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Housing market continues to improve

Housing market continues to improve

BROOKSVILLE — Single-family home prices are on the rise, short sales are declining and Hernando County’s real estate market generally continues to show modest improvement.
Published: 08/30/14
Three dead, one critical in shooting

Three dead, one critical in shooting

EDITOR’S NOTE: A version of this story appears in today’s Tampa Tribune.
Published: 08/30/14

Wawa eyes Cortez Commons site

BROOKSVILLE — The convenience store with the funny name that is proliferating throughout the Tampa Bay region is coming to Hernando County.
Published: 08/30/14

Suspended teacher speaks out about incident

BROOKSVILLE — Erin Cougill acknowledges her mistake: As a diabetic, she said she should have known how alcohol would interact with her medication.
Published: 08/30/14
Retired Pasco teacher charged with soliciting sex from minor

Retired Pasco teacher charged with soliciting sex from minor

BROOKSVILLE — A retired Land O’ Lakes High School teacher was arrested Wednesday when he drove to a Brooksville motel to meet a 13-year-old girl for sex, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 08/28/14

Hernando County hires company to develop brand

BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County for years has been challenged by a lack of an identifiable brand to lure people to the area.
Published: 08/28/14
American Aviation has grown with Brooksville airport for 35 years

American Aviation has grown with Brooksville airport for 35 years

For more than 35 years, American Aviation has served pilots and airplane owners at the Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport.
Published: 08/28/14
Website caused election result delays, Shirley Anderson says

Website caused election result delays, Shirley Anderson says

BROOKSVILLE — It didn't take Elections Supervisor Shirley Anderson long Tuesday night to realize there were glitches in her department's website that transmitted the results of the primary votes. ...
Published: 08/27/14
Holcomb beats Pizzo by 79 votes for primary win

Holcomb beats Pizzo by 79 votes for primary win

BROOKSVILLE — Software consultant Jeff Holcomb won the Republican primary for the Hernando County Commission District 4 seat by 79 votes over real estate agent Laurie Pizzo.
Published: 08/26/14
Updated: 08/27/14
Around Town: Photos from the community

Around Town: Photos from the community

Published: 08/27/14

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