BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County’s October unemployment was 7.7 percent, down from 8.0 percent a month earlier.
In 1971, Maxine Baker was a state representative from Miami. She had a heart for mental health issues and this concern led her to sponsor a bill in the Legislature. The bill soon became a Florida statute, aptly named, “The Baker Act.” ...
What if solutions to pain management and optimum performance in daily living were easy to obtain from a source that genuinely cared about your health?
Physicians and staff from Florida Cancer Specialists hosted a Celebration of Life event for more than 300 patients and their loved ones Friday evening.
HPH Hospice has always made a significant effort to honor veterans. On Thursday, they proudly dedicated the Veterans Memorial Walkway that welcomes veterans and their families at the entrance to Sturgill Hospice Care Center.
BROOKSVILLE — County commissioners still don’t know the exact location of a proposed educational-tourism center but they at least know on which side of the county they want it built.
WEEKI WACHEE — Camdyn Drummond addressed a packed room before him with confident enthusiasm.
Three new members officially joined the Hernando County School Board on Tuesday.
BROOKSVILLE — The Hernando County School Board received welcome news Tuesday from County Administrator Len Sossamon, who said impact fees to benefit the cash-strapped school district could be reinstated next year.
On a windy, 46-degree morning a group of veterans from Salishan Gracious Retirement Living took to the skies Tuesday.