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Elks Lodge opens new facility

Elks Lodge opens new facility

After took two months and a lot of work, Brooksville Elks Lodge 2582 has opened the doors at its new facility just off County Line Road.
Updated: 10 hours ago

Johnson, Whiting face off for 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...
Updated: 10 hours ago
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.
Updated: 10 hours ago
Brooksville council members debate right on red speed limit

Brooksville council members debate right on red speed limit

BROOKSVILLE — Opponents and supporters of Brooksville’s controversial red-light cameras agreed on one thing this week: The wording of a state statute that allows right turns at red lights — if the driver does so in a “care...
Published: 10/23/14
Ethnic Festival returns to Spring Hill

Ethnic Festival returns to Spring Hill

Carnival rides and midway games are going up along Spring Hill Drive as the Ethnic Festival returns for its 23rd year.
Published: 10/23/14

Hernando school board declines to use GPS on school busses

BROOKSVILLE — A divided Hernando County School Board this week voted not to approve a pilot program that would use GPS technology on school buses to help track children.
Published: 10/23/14
Duval, Neuhausen vie for Hernando’s school board in District 5

Duval, Neuhausen vie for Hernando’s school board in District 5

BROOKSVILLE — Retired Springstead High School Principal Susan Duval and electrical engineer Robert Neuhausen are vying for the Hernando County School Board District 5 seat now held by Cynthia Moore.
Published: 10/23/14
Fujiyama features Japanese dining and entertainment

Fujiyama features Japanese dining and entertainment

Ellie Krasniqi isn’t Japanese but she has a grasp of Japanese cuisine. In just two years, the 19 year old has advanced from hostess to manager of Fujiyama, which opened on Cortez Boulelvard in 2012.
Published: 10/23/14

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Published: 10/23/14
Jail strip search turns up pot in woman’s bra, deputies say

Jail strip search turns up pot in woman’s bra, deputies say

BROOKSVILLE — A 20-year-old Spring Hill woman was getting booked into the Hernando County Jail on a grand theft charge early Tuesday morning when deputies asked if she had illegal drugs on her.
Published: 10/22/14

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