Businesses: Wal-Mart not only one hurt
||Folks grip guns, Old Glory
[Times photo: Kevin White]
In the wildlife area, gun enthusiasts fire machine guns to celebrate a free nation, while others wave flags, watch parades and wash veterans' cars.
A restrictive corridor in Hernando County that could prevent a Wal-Mart Supercenter would punish them, too, some say.
Man charged in bicyclist's death
A Brooksville man turns himself in after witnesses say he fired a gun shortly before Ronald L. Villard was killed.
Career criminal escapes from jail
The 35-year-old runs away from a corrections officer who had taken him outside to empty trash at night. He still is on the loose.
Kids to get taste of police work at academy
The Sheriff's Office hopes the Student Citizens Academy is a fun and educational experience for Hernando County's youth.
Judicial arrogance turns laws into nothing but jokes
Editor: Re: Water usage fines evaporating, June 30 Hernando Times:
Dixie League baseball
HERNANDO PRE-MAJORS 15-16 TEA
Metz will transfer to Crystal River
CITRUS HILLS -- Jimmy Metz knows people will talk, which is why he wants to set the record straight before the rumors start to swirl.
Cocchi, Knighton team up today
Jim Cocchi would like to think he helped get David Knighton's golf game going. Now The Dunes' design consultant hopes Knighton can get him to the dais to accept the champions' trophy of the North Florida PGA Senior-Junior Championship on Friday.