Wednesday, Jul 23, 2014

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Road repairs at Spring Hill sinkhole site to start Wednesday

Road repairs at Spring Hill sinkhole site to start Wednesday

SPRING HILL — A massive sinkhole that caused the sudden evacuation of a homeowner on Eldridge Road was expected to be filled Tuesday, Hernando County officials said.
Updated: 11 hours ago
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. ...
Published: 07/21/14
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.
Published: 07/19/14
Updated: 07/21/14
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

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