June 16, 2000
Cyclist to pedal across country
Tony Gomes looks forward to the 3,250-mile American Lung Association ride that begins Monday in Seattle.
School to try smaller classes
BROOKSVILLE -- When Dave Dannemiller took over as Pine Grove Elementary's principal in June 1999, he said he would make no big changes until he had spent a year on the job.
Ex-boyfriend accused in stabbing
The pregnant woman was in bed sleeping, authorities say. She's listed in stable condition.
Fire chief's vision draws heat
Spring Hill officials balk at the idea of a fire/rescue merger, but the county's new fire district leader says it's only "my humble opinion."
DeWitt gives up on going to elite triathlon
A British citizen, the trip could have threatened her bid for permanent U.S. residency.
Pirates to start Arroyo again
He'll face Florida on Sunday, but Pittsburgh's general manager is quoted as saying a decision on the Hernando graduate's future has not been decided.
Celebration will honor country's 'greatest symbol'
The Knights of Columbus St. Jude Council is staging a Flag Day parade and ceremony Saturday morning.
Men at Work's singer coming to fairgrounds
Colin Hay's solo routine, which resembles VHI Storytellers, will close out Alcohol Awareness Day.