Water regulations going unenforced
||Building swells county's tax rolls
[Times photo: Brian Tietz]
Despite worsening economic predictions, people still are building, and that is attracting businesses, officials say.
Some officials say other crime issues are far more important. Others, citing an oversight, scramble to pay up.
Mom: The ill need help, not jail
Her son spent time in juvenile facilities before being diagnosed as bipolar. A mental health court could help, say local judges who want an alternative to jail.
Aged space issue lives to be kicked around again
-- Assistant County Administrator Steve Wylie, Sept. 5, 1989.
If you don't pay a toll on parkway, DOT says relax
It's a quarter to free on the Suncoast Parkway. Do you know where your toll-taker is?
Members sought to advise library system
BEVERLY HILLS -- We all know how important libraries are to our communities.
The week in review
CRYSTAL RIVER WORKER DIES: A Crystal River public works employee was killed Friday when his dump truck plunged into a murky pond near Three Sisters Springs. Dennis Miller, 58, a 10-year city employee, had been hauling a load of sand to spread around the pond in preparation for the city's annual Fourth of July celebration. The bank could not support the weight of the full truck, and as Miller backed toward the edge, the truck fell into approximately 15 to 20 feet of water.
Relaxing way to see bay
Ocean kayaking is easy, fun and allows you to get close to nature.
Swim, water aerobics, yoga classes offered
INVERNESS -- The city's Department of Parks and Recreation offers the following classes. Registration is necessary. Classes are in the recreation building of Whispering Pines Park unless otherwise noted. For information or to register, call 726-3913 or register at the park administration office. The office is open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Patient's death prompts hearing on doctor's care
The state says the doctor should have done more tests. The Board of Medicine will decide any discipline.