Friday, Oct 31, 2014

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Woman dies in New Port Richey house fire

NEW PORT RICHEY — A woman died after suffering smoke inhalation and burns in a house fire Sunday night in the Hunters Lake subdivision, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 10/27/14
Woman, 81, walking to Tallahassee in support of campaign finance reform

Woman, 81, walking to Tallahassee in support of campaign finance reform

Rhana Bazzini, 81, is marching from Sarasota to Tallahassee this month in support of campaign finance reform. Bazzini hopes to raise awareness of the problem with her walk and will challenge leaders in Tallahassee to support a solution with an amendm...
Published: 10/27/14
Second man accused of stealing political signs in Hernando

Second man accused of stealing political signs in Hernando

A second man has been accused of stealing campaign signs in Hernando County, according to deputies.
Published: 10/27/14
Forecast: Slightly warmer but dry in area

Forecast: Slightly warmer but dry in area

It will be slightly warmer in the Tampa Bay area today, with highs in the mid-80s, but skies are expected to remain clear of rain.
Published: 10/27/14

John’s Pass Seafood Fest draws record crowd, organizers say

MADEIRA BEACH — Nestled in the shadow of the sprawling Hooters and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. restaurants that draw hoards of tourists to John’s Pass each year, a weekend festival of artisans, musicians and chefs gave locals a chance to show...
Published: 10/26/14
Elks Lodge opens new facility

Elks Lodge opens new facility

After two months and a lot of work, Brooksville Elks Lodge 2582 has opened the doors at its new facility just off County Line Road.
Published: 10/25/14
Updated: 10/26/14
Nugent, Koller vie for congressional seat

Nugent, Koller vie for congressional seat

Republican Richard Nugent wants a third term in Congress but to get there he will have to defeat Democrat Dave Koller.
Published: 10/25/14
Updated: 10/26/14
Brooksville veteran to ride across country for PTSD

Brooksville veteran to ride across country for PTSD

Still gripped by memories of the Vietnam War, Marine veteran Dwayne “JoJo” Jojola never considered finding solace on a horse.
Published: 10/25/14
Updated: 10/26/14
Chiropractor celebrates 25 years in Hernando

Chiropractor celebrates 25 years in Hernando

SPRING HILL — A quarter of a century. That’s how long Terlep Chiropractic has been in business in Hernando County.
Published: 10/26/14
Johnson, Whiting face off for Hernando school board’s District 1

Johnson, Whiting face off for Hernando school board’s District 1

BROOKSVILLE — Mark Johnson, a 64-year-old private investigator, describes himself as a man of action — the right candidate, in other words, to replace Hernando County School Board member John Sweeney, who lost his District 1 seat in Aug...
Published: 10/25/14
Updated: 10/26/14

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