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Pregnant woman, child die in shooting

Pregnant woman, child die in shooting

A pregnant Citrus County woman and the child she was carrying have died after the woman was shot in the head in what Hernando deputies are calling an accident at a friend’s home in Brooksville.
Updated: 21 hours ago

Leblanc: When dementia patients lose their things

“I just put it down here a minute ago! It has to be here!” If you are a caregiver for someone with dementia, this may become a common question that you might hear several times each day. My advice? Get used to it.
Published: 07/27/14
Stewy’s Skate Park concessionaire ramps up for another year

Stewy’s Skate Park concessionaire ramps up for another year

SPRING HILL — Sean Cunningham considered not renewing his lease as concessionaire at Stewy’s Skate Park.
Published: 07/27/14

Brooksville, Hernando officials finding common ground

BROOKSVILLE — Last week city residents learned Hernando County once again will provide mosquito spraying in Brooksville.
Published: 07/27/14

Pregnant woman injured in Brooksville accidental shooting

A pregnant woman is clinging to life after accidentally being shot in the head Saturday evening, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 07/26/14
Hernando starts spraying again for mosquitos in Brooksville

Hernando starts spraying again for mosquitos in Brooksville

BROOKSVILLE — County Administrator Len Sossamon has directed the mosquito control department to resume nightly spraying of the insects in the city of Brooksville after a four-month impasse over funding.
Published: 07/24/14
County to scale back hours at Little Rock Cannery

County to scale back hours at Little Rock Cannery

BROOKSVILLE — Barring any last-minute influx of money and members, the county will be forced to reduce the operating hours at the beleaguered Little Rock Cannery starting Oct. 1.
Published: 07/24/14
Critics question timing of Cemex mine delay

Critics question timing of Cemex mine delay

BROOKSVILLE — A Cemex official said he has four months to convince residents their fears of expanding mining operations along State Road 50 and Fort Dade Avenue are groundless.
Published: 07/22/14
Updated: 07/24/14
Scott engages critics, pitches jobs plan in Brooksville

Scott engages critics, pitches jobs plan in Brooksville

BROOKSVILLE — On his way in to a friendly campaign stop in Brooksville, Gov. Rick Scott took a moment to address some of his critics.
Published: 07/23/14

17,000 vote-by-mail ballots sent out in Hernando

BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County residents should start getting their vote-by-mail ballots in the mail this week.
Published: 07/23/14

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