June 21, 2000
Second-highest Brooksville police officer retiring
Capt. Terry Chapman, who was shot two years ago, is leaving the department. He gave no reason in his letter of resignation.
Young actor lands small role on big screen
The former Brooksville resident stood out among extras in Summer Catch, a baseball movie scheduled for release next spring.
Fireworks ban ends as danger lessens
Although the county's ban is lifted, Brooksville's ban remains in effect.
Focus group to address senior needs
The Mid-Florida Area Agency on Aging will ask questions with an eye toward improving services for the elderly.
Water, sewer rate increase on tap
BROOKSVILLE -- The Brooksville City Council on Monday night discussed a plan to raise water and sewer rates between 15 percent and 20 percent, probably beginning in October.
Every school experiences problems occasionally
Editor: Re: Parents say school failed to teach kids, June 11 Hernando Times:
County players make rounds of cattle-call tryout camps
The baseball camps are held by major league teams in preparation for the next draft.
Norman finally rules in own house
The Mariner Lanes owner had never rolled a 300 in the centers she has owned until Monday night.