Parents won't face charges
||Lottery set for school's 110 seats
[Times photo: Maurice Rivenbark]
With some still critical of the plan, the School Board prepares to pick students for Chocachatti Elementary.
There is not enough evidence to prove that the parents of a baby who choked to death on formula last year were negligent, prosecutors say.
Arc to stop its recycling work
BROOKSVILLE -- Representatives from the Arc Nature Coast made it official late Wednesday: As of March 3, the organization will no longer sort recyclables for Hernando County.
EDC ex-chief demanding more money
Rick Michael asserts that he should be paid until his severance bonus is paid. EDC officials scoff.
Rural areas getting review
Some subdivisions could see changing rules on roads, drainage and other county services.
Hernando in brief
Dawn Center plans rummage sale
PHCC uses memory as tool
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Pasco-Hernando Community College coach Steve Winterling does not want his nine returners to forget what they went through last season.
Saint Leo seeks return to playoffs
SAINT LEO -- Ed Stabile pictures shortstop Josh Neitz digging balls out of the hole and gunning down would-be baserunners. He envisions Brian Sheekey snaring sinking liners in the outfield.
Wal-Mart wins a round over taxes
BROOKSVILLE -- Wal-Mart has won a round in its four-year battle with the Hernando County Property Appraiser's Office.
Webster man accused of sexual battery
Class turns pupils into 'Mission Possible' math agents
The Floyd Elementary program is part game, part lecture and helps prepare students for standardized tests.
Teenager's instincts led him to animals
The 15-year-old member of Central High's Future Farmers of America hauls feed, washes livestock and cleans their pens despite a disability from polio.