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Holcomb, Dukes sworn in at county commission meeting

Holcomb, Dukes sworn in at county commission meeting

BROOKSVILLE — It was the changing of the guard at Tuesday’s county commission meeting as Judge Daniel Merritt Jr. swore in one new board member and administered the oath to the returning chairman.
Published: 11/18/14
Freeze warning issued for Hernando County

Freeze warning issued for Hernando County

Admit it. You laughed when you saw the weather map over the weekend that showed the rest of the United States shivering in sub-freezing temperatures while virtually all of Florida luxuriated with highs in the 80s.
Published: 11/18/14

Cape Coral boy, 5, killed in crash on I-75 in Dade City

A 5-year-old Cape Coral boy was killed this morning in a crash that closed southbound lanes on Interstate 75 in Dade City for about an hour.
Published: 11/17/14
Tornado watch lifted as cold front approaches

Tornado watch lifted as cold front approaches

A tornado watch that had been issued for much of the Tampa Bay region has been lifted for Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties, even as a line of strong moves in ahead of a cold front that will bring heavy rains, then plummeting temperatures, ac...
Published: 11/17/14
Citrus deputy fatally shoots woman who pointed taser

Citrus deputy fatally shoots woman who pointed taser

A Citrus County deputy is on administrative leave after officials say he fatally shot a woman who pointed a taser at him during a disturbance call in Inverness late Sunday night.
Published: 11/17/14
Tilted Teacup starts serving at new location

Tilted Teacup starts serving at new location

Aimee Gans believes in the power of a dream because she has breathed life into one she had as a little girl.
Published: 11/15/14
Updated: 11/16/14

DOH has tools to check on questionable health providers

Sometimes, even under the best of circumstances, a medical procedure takes a bad turn. But when an unlicensed medical practitioner is involved, it can be criminal.
Published: 11/15/14
Updated: 11/16/14

LeBlanc: A letter of competency

In my estimation there is no disease that can tear a family apart faster than Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.
Published: 11/16/14
Road paving requests in Hernando skyrocket

Road paving requests in Hernando skyrocket

Ever since county commissioners made it easier for residents to petition the county to get their limerock roads paved, the county has been inundated with requests.
Published: 11/15/14
Updated: 11/16/14
Hernando commission to discuss where to build tourism center

Hernando commission to discuss where to build tourism center

BROOKSVILLE — For months, county commissioners have tossed around options of where to locate an educational-tourism center using $3 million in state funds and another $3 million of county money.
Published: 11/15/14
Updated: 11/16/14

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