Shoppers discover crafts of all kinds
The New Year's Craft Show offers everything from handmade quilts and birdhouses to beaded jewelry and dolls.
Proposed center divides Sugarmill
Some Sugarmill Woods residents say the 18,450-square-foot building is necessary; others say they don't want to pay for something they won't use.
Legislators leap into fray over utility sale
As legal battles over the sale of Florida Water Services to two cities continue, lawmakers push for accountability in such sales.
Jan Glidewell: An update from media conspiracy's Florida HQ
The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things, of news reporters, turtle deaths and, if not cabbages and kings, then at least journalistic balance.
Kickin' back: Hurricanes coachsavors last season
It would be hard to think of Citrus High without Bruce Nelson coming to mind. The 56-year-old is a fixture on the sideline and in the classroom. Nelson, in his 22nd season as girls basketball coach, also served one year as a girls assistant and two years as the boys coach. He also is the boys cross country coach.
Editorial: Sheriff's daunting mission: Do the right thing for kids
Later this year, the Citrus County Sheriff's Office will do something extraordinary. At a time when so many government entities flee in fear from challenging tasks, the Sheriff's Office will take over a mission that is thankless at best, damning at worst.
Letters: Site for school doesn't offer kids safe environment
Editor: Re: Take a lesson from dealing with new schools, Editorial opinion Sunday, Citrus Times: I'm writing in response to the opinion written about the Renaissance Center.