Sunday, Feb 01, 2015

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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.
Updated: 2 months ago

Just say no to Cemex

I am writing to ask Hernando County commissioners to follow the professional advice from the county planning and zoning department (which voted 4 to 1 in opposition to the expansion) and please say no to more mining expansion by Cemex.
Updated: 2 months ago

Letters to the editor

Say it ain’t so
Updated: 2 months ago
7-year-old Brooksville girl launches photography business

7-year-old Brooksville girl launches photography business

Entrepreneurs come in all sizes and Madison Harrison, 7, is a small package making a big impression.
Updated: 2 months ago
Judge delays trial of man charged in Brooksville triple homicide

Judge delays trial of man charged in Brooksville triple homicide

BROOKSVILLE — A Hernando County judge on Wednesday continued until Jan. 23 the trial of George Mason, III, who is charged with slaying three people.
Updated: 2 months ago
Wider Horizons School celebrates Biography Fair

Wider Horizons School celebrates Biography Fair

Wider Horizons School celebrated the 25th Year of its Biography Fair.
Updated: 2 months ago
Couple vows to continue fight against Brooksville’s red-light cameras

Couple vows to continue fight against Brooksville’s red-light cameras

BROOKSVILLE — Pat and Shirley Miketinac lost their battle, but they vow to continue fighting Brooksville’s notorious red-light cameras — just not in a courtroom.
Updated: 2 months ago
Salvation Army provides Thanksgiving for 300 in need

Salvation Army provides Thanksgiving for 300 in need

BROOKSVILLE — Months before your family gathers for a large Thanksgiving spread, volunteers with the Salvation Army start the process of getting holiday food for those who need it most.
Updated: 2 months ago
Brooksville toddler helps raise money for cystic fibrosis

Brooksville toddler helps raise money for cystic fibrosis

Maddison Rae Tarulli is only 2 but the Brooksville toddler has already done more to bring awareness to cystic fibrosis than many adults.
Updated: 2 months ago

Maglio: Parental absence results in dysfunctional families

Parents usually want the best for their children. Today there are more choices than ever about raising a child. Almost everyone who has raised a child is a know-it-all expert. People who have even limited exposure write books believing they are going...
Updated: 2 months ago

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