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Hernando starts spraying again for mosquitos in Brooksville

Hernando starts spraying again for mosquitos in Brooksville

BROOKSVILLE — County Administrator Len Sossamon has directed the mosquito control department to resume nightly spraying of the insects in the city of Brooksville after a four-month impasse over funding.
Updated: 11 hours ago
K-9 officers take a dip the springs for training

K-9 officers take a dip the springs for training

WEEKI WACHEE — When criminals flee from law enforcement, they don’t always simply run, drive or ride away.
Updated: 11 hours ago
Spring Hill man crushed to death by loader at Cemex plan

Spring Hill man crushed to death by loader at Cemex plan

BROOKSVILLE — A Spring Hill man was killed at the Cemex cement plant on Wednesday after he was pinned against the cab of a semi truck by a front loader, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said.
Updated: 12 hours ago
County to scale back hours at Little Rock Cannery

County to scale back hours at Little Rock Cannery

BROOKSVILLE — Barring any last-minute influx of money and members, the county will be forced to reduce the operating hours at the beleaguered Little Rock Cannery starting Oct. 1.
Updated: 12 hours ago
Critics question timing of Cemex mine delay

Critics question timing of Cemex mine delay

BROOKSVILLE — A Cemex official said he has four months to convince residents their fears of expanding mining operations along State Road 50 and Fort Dade Avenue are groundless.
Updated: 12 hours ago
Brooksville’s Global Jetcare flies high for medical patients

Brooksville’s Global Jetcare flies high for medical patients

Bart Gray, owner of Global Jetcare, of Brooksville, waits on confirmation to transport a client but the arrangements are tied up in red tape over a visa. The Ukrainian patient is in a hospital in Peru after being struck by a pallet of ice he was load...
Updated: 14 hours ago
Spring Hill standoff ends; armed suspect arrested

Spring Hill standoff ends; armed suspect arrested

SPRING HILL — After more than five hours of negotiations, the suspect who had barricaded himself in his home in the Berkeley Manor subdivision walked out and was arrested Wednesday night. No one was injured in the confrontation.
Published: 07/23/14
Updated: 07/24/14
Scott engages critics, pitches jobs plan in Brooksville

Scott engages critics, pitches jobs plan in Brooksville

BROOKSVILLE — On his way in to a friendly campaign stop in Brooksville, Gov. Rick Scott took a moment to address some of his critics.
Published: 07/23/14

17,000 vote-by-mail ballots sent out in Hernando

BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County residents should start getting their vote-by-mail ballots in the mail this week.
Published: 07/23/14
Around Town: Photos from the community

Around Town: Photos from the community

Published: 07/23/14

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