May 7, 2000
|[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
The parlor of the Inverness Place bed-and-breakfast reflects Victorian styling.
New bed-and-breakfast inn opens doors
The historic Inverness Place is finding new life as a Victorian-style hotel. Officials say it fits nicely into the area's tourism market.
Teacher drought may worsen
Disappointing recruitment numbers could mean unqualified teachers and substitutes in the classroom. Officials are getting creative.
After 4 decades, it's time for recess
Teachers and kids have changed dramatically since 1959 when Betty Paschall first started teaching.
Many programs keep clinic director busy
For five months, she has been in charge of a non-profit center that provides mental health care and therapy.
Drastic times call for drastic measures
Open your mind a bit and meet Ethel and Earl Smiley, a fictional couple living in the Inverness Highlands who are among the thousands of Citrus County homeowners affected by the new lawn-watering restrictions.
Why the 5th Circuit needs an overhaul
Goldbricking may not be a crime, but it is nonetheless intolerable.
We need to do more to save the manatees
Editor: Re: Manatee protection still lacking, April 17 Citrus Times:
Citrus' Weber had a game that was unmatched
The German exchange student posted 15 consecutive wins in singles and another 15 in doubles.