Tuesday, Jul 22, 2014

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Spring Hill sinkhole home declared unsafe

Spring Hill sinkhole home declared unsafe

SPRING HILL — A home on the edge of a sinkhole that opened in Spring Hill was declared unsafe Monday and the homeowner was given until Tuesday morning to remove her belongings, according to Hernando County officials. ...
Updated: 10 hours ago
District maintains C rating

District maintains C rating

BROOKSVILLE — The Hernando County School District received a C rating for the third consecutive year, according to preliminary reports released by the state Department Of Education.
Updated: 17 hours ago
Wrestling fans pack Forum for WWE pay-per-view

Wrestling fans pack Forum for WWE pay-per-view

TAMPA — Jeremy Rachlin, 10, didn’t let his age dissuade him from lobbying for a spot on the WWE’s live pay-per-view broadcast Sunday night at The Forum.
Published: 07/20/14
Anti-illegal immigration protesters rally in Spring Hill

Anti-illegal immigration protesters rally in Spring Hill

Floridians for Immigration Enforcement held protests throughout the state on Saturday in opposition to a surge of unaccompanied child migrants into the United States.
Published: 07/20/14

Tampa police investigating homicide at club

TAMPA — Police are investigating a homicide at a club off East Skagway Avenue in North Tampa.
Published: 07/20/14
Summer nutrition road trip

Summer nutrition road trip

SPRING HILL — Carol Monroe sees many of the same faces every week.
Published: 07/19/14
Suicide victim mistaken for mannequin, taken to dump, deputies say

Suicide victim mistaken for mannequin, taken to dump, deputies say

Hernando County sheriff’s investigators concluded Thursday that a “very unusual death investigation” was the result of a suicide.
Published: 07/17/14
Brooksville loses historian Virginia Jackson

Brooksville loses historian Virginia Jackson

Brooksville’s cobblestone streets and preserved historical homes hint at a history grounded in classic conservative southern charm. And its intrigue is only intensified with a trip to the Heritage Museum or the Historic Train Depot in downtown...
Published: 07/17/14
Brooksville native opens American Gun & Pawn

Brooksville native opens American Gun & Pawn

For Steve Champion, owner of American Gun & Pawn, there was no better place to open his business than downtown Brooksville, where his roots run deep and conservative values have been grounded for generations.
Published: 07/17/14
Hernando educator remembered for work with special needs students

Hernando educator remembered for work with special needs students

Alison O’Reilly was known for her bubbly personality and passion for helping special-needs students.
Published: 07/15/14
Updated: 07/17/14

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