Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014
No trace of pilot after reports of emergency signal
The Hernando County Sheriff's Office tracked down another lead in the search for a missing pilot and his airplane on Tuesday but again came up empty, a spokeswoman said.
Those caught in the lunch hour downpour in Brooksville had to break out thier umbrellas or get wet as some parts of Hernando County received 1/4 inch to 1 inch of rain Tuesday. JULIO OCHOA/STAFF
Cooler weather will arrive behind front
Brothers Gordon and Ron Wolf envision a future tourism destination spot for Hernando Beach, complete with lodging, a nature amphitheater and cultural center. FILE
Despite objections, zoning board approves Hernando Beach development
Ann Woodard of Bushnell stopped in to try a taste and built a simple masterpiece.
Joyous Yogurt brings self-serve concept to Brooksville

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