Wednesday, Aug 20, 2014

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Voters get early start

Voters get early start

BROOKSVILLE — For whatever reason, voter turnout for primary elections always is light.
Published: 08/16/14
Updated: 08/17/14
Dairy Queen teams with Children’s Miracle Network to fund medical research

Dairy Queen teams with Children’s Miracle Network to fund medical research

Few things have a greater ability to bring smiles to children’s faces than ice cream.
Published: 08/16/14

Hernando County jobless rate increases

The unemployment rate in Hernando County shot up to 8.4 percent in July, the third consecutive monthly increase.
Published: 08/16/14
Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market eyed for Spring Hill Drive

Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market eyed for Spring Hill Drive

BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County soon might get its first Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, a scaled-down grocery version of the larger superstores.
Published: 08/16/14

Hidden depression

Karen Smith has battled depression most of her life.
Published: 08/16/14
Two women arrested for alleged drug sales

Two women arrested for alleged drug sales

SPRING HILL — Two women were arrested at a home in Spring Hill on Friday after a search found evidence of illegal drug sales.
Published: 08/16/14
Teachers prepare for return of students

Teachers prepare for return of students

BROOKSVILLE — Thursday morning was busy at Eastside Elementary School.
Published: 08/14/14

School supplies giveaway is Saturday

SPRING HILL — Three local churches will give out free school supplies for up to 500 families during an event Saturday in Spring Hill.
Published: 08/14/14
Former assistant superintendent sues Hernando school board

Former assistant superintendent sues Hernando school board

BROOKSVILLE — Former Hernando Schools Assistant Superintendent Ken Pritz has filed a lawsuit against the School Board under Florida’s Whistle-Blower’s Act.
Published: 08/14/14
State advances $89.5 million for I-75 expansion in  Hernando

State advances $89.5 million for I-75 expansion in Hernando

BROOKSVILLE — Gov. Rick Scott announced Thursday he is pushing up the timetable for six state transportation projects totaling $806 million and one of them is the Interstate 75 and State Road 50 corridor in Hernando County....
Published: 08/14/14

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