Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014

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Myers: Are we there yet?

Anyone who has ever had children can relate to the heading of this article. It seems that as soon as the car leaves the driveway, at least one of the children will utter, "Are we there yet?" It seems they have no reference for time and distance and j...
Published: 04/13/14

Reiniers: Concessions on the part of friends

The Constitution produced at the Philadelphia Convention in 1787 was an array of compromises, one of them being the seeming inequity in senatorial representation between larger and smaller states.
Published: 04/13/14

LeBlanc: Finding a happy medium when managing dementia

Caregivers of dementia patients also easily can be called "managers." Believe me, there are countless matters that need management. But even with all the doom and gloom, I have found a bright spot! I have met and befriended several people, diagnosed ...
Published: 04/13/14

The changing face of aging

Growing old is inevitable. But how we approach aging and the complexities of planning for aging can make a huge difference in the quality of our lives in years to come, and in the emotional burden we place on our family.
Published: 04/13/14
Storybook Forest event encourages young readers

Storybook Forest event encourages young readers

Children are inspired by characters with whom they identify.
Published: 04/12/14
Salon Halo to hold cut-a-thon for cancer survivor

Salon Halo to hold cut-a-thon for cancer survivor

Cindy Atkin's battle with breast cancer began in January 2013 when a routine mammogram discovered a mass on her breast. A biopsy found a malignant tumor and Atkins heard those dreaded words, "It's breast cancer."
Published: 04/10/14

Children need your help to make Hernando a safe place

Hernando County is a hidden treasure nestled on the Nature Coast of West Central Florida and the home of 173,000 residents. Happy thoughts and beautiful images of growing urban communities, schools and businesses mixed with sprawling country landscap...
Published: 04/10/14

Maglio: Millennials, create your own job opportunity

Millennials are perhaps the most academically educated generation in our nation.
Published: 04/10/14
On Q Smokehouse Grill heats up downtown Brooksville

On Q Smokehouse Grill heats up downtown Brooksville

If you're dreaming of southern slow cooked barbecue, a quick trip down Broad Street in downtown Brooksville will have your taste buds right "on Q".
Published: 04/08/14

Summer camp expo offers choices for kids, parents

TAMPA - For kids who want to while away their summer vacation learning tap and jazz, there's a local summer camp. Young ones looking for outdoor adventure have multiple venues from which to choose. And for those who yearn to put their science and ma...
Published: 04/06/14

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