Saturday, Oct 25, 2014
Brooksville council members debate right on red speed limit

BROOKSVILLE — Opponents and supporters of Brooksville’s controversial red-light cameras agreed on one thing this week: The wording of a state statute that allows right turns at red...

The front of St. Joan of Arc Church transforms each year in October to a lavish midway as the Ethnic Festival, in it's 23rd year. The event grew from a modest fundraiser with a few ethnic food dishes and a yard sale to raise money for the church into a four day gala with food, live entertainment, a huge flea market and fun for the entire family. It continues now through Sunday. KIM DAME
Ethnic Festival returns to Spring Hill
Haunted Trail on Golddust
Things to do in Hernando County this week


Nugent, Koller vie for congressional seat
Elks Lodge opens new facility
Sinkhole property decline continues


Hanson: What kind of government do you want?
Letters to the editor
Reiniers: So what is an economy?


Holding out hope
LeBlanc: Male caregivers in today’s world
Golf tourney raises $26,000 for NAMI Hernando

Out and about

Ethnic Festival returns to Spring Hill
Things to do in Hernando County this week
Tomlinson: Shallow-water grouper fishing in full swing

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