May 9, 2000
|What's to come
[Times photo: Douglas Clifford]
Workers unpack a sign Monday to be mounted on the southbound overpass of the Suncoast Parkway at Cortez Boulevard.
||Panel hops onboard marina plan
Planning and zoning officials back docking fishing boats at Sterling Marina. But some residents and county commissioners disagree.
Area firefighters pull double duty
Besides tending to fires in Hernando, they traveled to Lake County to fight a massive wildfire.
Zoning panel opposes prison
In a unanimous vote, the county's Planning and Zoning Commission rejects a request to rezone airport land for a low-security detention facility.
Law clerk enters School Board race
SPRING HILL -- Shannon Laviano has two kids, a law degree, police academy training and a taste of what it's like to work in the mission field.
Courtney shows what she's made of in state 3,200
GAINESVILLE -- As fast as Erin Courtney ran for 3,200 meters, she showed more speed as she sprinted off the infield after the event to give Central coach Rick Munford a hug.
New water restrictions, like old, won't do much good
Editor: A few days ago, I read an article in the Hernando Times regarding the new, stricter, Hernando watering restrictions.
Execution crucial in Leopards' win
BROOKSVILLE -- A lot of elements went into Hernando High's 1-0 victory over Central for the Class 3A, Region II softball championship.