May 19, 2000
Law lowers boom on noise at Planet Bubba
Under a new ordinance, authorities cite the club for its wall-rattling bass music after neighbors complain.
Violent night still resonates
Ten years ago, a white teen was beaten to death during a confrontation that turned ugly. Do the racial tensions that fueled that night still exist?
Bubba deserves credit, not criticism
Editor: Re: Planet Bubba:
Cooler heads need to prevail when discussing invocations
Lord, help us.
Dry weather wilting feathered and furry, too
Birds and wild animals are going hungry and thirsty as the record drought continues without any relief on the near horizon.
Brooksville man shot; police seek a suspect
The victim, hit once in the back, is in stable condition. But authorities say they are starting to doubt his story.
The humorous side of convent life
This satire of the lives of five nuns is just the latest in a series of productions, spin-offs and merchandising of the popular show that opened in December 1985.
Air Force show group to perform
High Flight will sing tunes from Oklahoma!, Brigadoon and Paint Your Wagon and will end with a patriotic tribute.
Blessing of the Fleet set for Saturday
Organizers are hopeful the festival will ease tension between fishermen and property owners.
Woman, 82, escapes as gunman takes over house
SPRING HILL -- A gunman forced his way into a Spring Hill home Tuesday, knocked the 82-year-old homeowner to the ground and then dragged her around the house as he looked for money, sheriff's deputies said.
Jerome Brown weekend to be full of NFL stars and good deeds
In a weekend that will commemorate the late NFL star Jerome Brown, it will be hard to miss his legend in Brooksville.
Getting a kick out of playing football
Lauren Fraysse is having fun working with the Hernando High team, but she also is intent on making field goals and gaining the respect of her teammates.