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Two killed, two hurt in two-car crash in Spring Hill

Two Hernando County residents were killed Thursday night in a two-car crash at Mariner Boulevard and Bali Lane in Spring Hill, the Florida Highway Patrol said. According to the investigators, ... Continue Reading →
Food Truck Fiesta

Food Truck Fiesta

There will be 13 food trucks at the Food Truck Fiesta tomorrow at Weeki Wachee High School from 5-9pm. Food Trucks that will be there are Sarge’s Smokehouse BBQ Poppy’s ... Continue Reading →
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Hernando planning commissioners approve winery near Hernando-Pasco county line

BROOKSVILLE — A proposed boutique winery on an established blueberry farm just north of the Hernando-Pasco county line got the nod of approval this week from the Hernando County Planning ... Continue Reading →
Anti-testing speech puts Brooksville girl, 9, in national spotlight

Anti-testing speech puts Brooksville girl, 9, in national spotlight

A Hernando County fourth-grader is getting national media attention after expressing her indignation over standarized testing at a school board meeting. Sydney Smoot has appeared on ... Continue Reading →
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3 credit card skimmers found at Brooksville gas stations

Credit card skimmers were found on three pumps at two gas stations in Brooksville today, Hernando deputies said. Two skimmers were found at a Sunoco Gas Station at 7170 Barclay Ave. ... Continue Reading →
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Former FBI agent pleads guilty in drug tampering case

WASHINGTON (AP) – An FBI agent accused of abusing heroin from his own drug investigations and in the process botching dozens of cases has pleaded guilty in his own case. Matthew ... Continue Reading →
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Pope meets relatives of Britons slain by Islamic State group

VATICAN CITY (AP) – Relatives of two British hostages killed by the Islamic State group have met Pope Francis as part of efforts to unite people of different faiths to oppose religious ... Continue Reading →
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Ruskin man acquitted in shooting death of ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend

TAMPA — William Privett, the Ruskin landscaper who claimed to have shot his ex-girlfriend by accident and killed her new boyfriend in self defense, was acquitted of first-degree murder ... Continue Reading →
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Special-needs school making a difference

Each morning as she prepares her son, Luke, for school, Virginia Mazucco discusses with him what will happen throughout his day. Luke, 12, has severe autism, is legally blind in one ... Continue Reading →

Reiniers: In memoriam

Many readers were greatly saddened to read the Hernando Today will cease publication — the demise of a piece of local culture. A record of local history will be lost forever. I started ... Continue Reading →