Monday, Sep 01, 2014

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State Road 50 project three months off pace

State Road 50 project three months off pace

BROOKSVILLE — The State Road 50 widening project has been under way for almost two years and motorists have at least another 12 months to endure the construction and congestion.
Published: 08/30/14
Updated: 08/31/14

Dept. of Health in Hernando County expands service hours

BROOKSVILLE — Effective Sept. 8, the Department of Health in Hernando County will expand its Brooksville primary care service hours.
Published: 08/30/14
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

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

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
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
Deputies identify shooter in Spring Hill slaying

Deputies identify shooter in Spring Hill slaying

A 28-year-old man was fatally shot early Tuesday at a Spring Hill home, deputies said.
Published: 08/26/14

Hernando board approves $24.5 million wastewater plant at airport

BROOKSVILLE — County commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved a $24.5 million project that will expand the wastewater treatment plant at the Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport.
Published: 08/26/14
Spring Hill sinkhole report finds potential void beneath surface

Spring Hill sinkhole report finds potential void beneath surface

BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County officials will continue to monitor a residential area in Spring Hill where a large sinkhole opened last month, despite an engineering report that recommends firming up the ground underneath due to a high possibili...
Published: 08/25/14
Details released for proposed tourism center at Weeki Wachee

Details released for proposed tourism center at Weeki Wachee

BROOKSVILLE — State officials wanted details of the proposed $6 million educational-tourism center at Weeki Wachee Springs before committing funding for it.
Published: 08/23/14
Updated: 08/24/14

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