Seven Hills sues over water supply
The lawsuit says Florida Water Services isn't providing enough water for the subdivision.
Civic center vision may come to end
Hernando will decide whether to let a Latin American group out of its lease. The group's president says the project is "an impossible dream."
Ex-dean Travis Northcutt, 73
Known for his work in sociology and his activism, the ex-professor is claimed by his ailments at age 73.
Thriving Christian school aims for accreditation
SPRING HILL -- Marti Covert, administrator at West Hernando Christian School, could not be more pleased with her school's progress in this, its seventh year of existence.
Man accused of animal abuse
SPRING HILL -- A 38-year-old man was charged with animal cruelty after he shot a squirrel this weekend, authorities said. Eric Neumann of 7181 Landmark Drive told deputies he was angry at squirrels because one jumped on his daughter's head as she played with toys in the back yard. One of Neumann's neighbors, Phillip Brown, reported him.
Amato gets on a roll
Joseph Amato recorded 11 straight strikes en route to a 290 game in Kevin's Pro Shop League on Dec. 18 at Spring Hill Lanes.
Alonzo seeks Albaladejo rematch
Trainer Don Kahn said Monday that he's "about 70-percent done" completing a deal to put Spring Hill boxer Jose Alonzo in a fight for the vacant WBA Fedocentro Super Middleweight title on April 18 at Tampa's A La Carte Event Pavilion.
Jan Glidewell: We said send in the clones, not the clowns
It doesn't take much during a slow news season to get every talking head in the news biz blabbering at high speed.
Letters: Look around; County Line Road needs widening
Editor: Re: Widening County Line Road is not the answer, Dec. 26 letter to the editor from Bob Cooper: