July 21, 2000
Dress rules come with a coating of irony
Aside from the accusations of racism and of basic unfairness, the case of the young man thrown out of Tyrone Square Mall for not wearing his hat straight raises some very deep and soul-disturbing questions.
Lowe's sues over access to property
The home center chain and the developer that is selling the land along U.S. 19 want the county to approve a truck access road. But nearby residents oppose the location.
Commissioners praise budget
Staffers outline the $184.2-million package that's up 2.8 percent over this year's budget and calls for tax relief.
Phony officer suspect caught
A deputy's wife heard the description of the suspect's car, which previously had been used as a police car, and told her husband she knew where the car was.
Time for consumers jilted by HMOs to organize
If you're one of the 9,800 people being abandoned by one of two health maintenance organizations who no longer want to do Medicare business in Hernando County, you probably have plenty of questions about how you'll receive HMO services after the first of the year.
Kids take over the dance floor
Teens starved for entertainment now have a club of their own to dance and hang out. But the rules are strict and strictly enforced.
Mosby leads AAU team to national challenge
When you've never lost a game in the state of Florida, there's a natural tendency for a team to get excited about the challenges of a national tournament.
Hernando hurler learning way with Pirates
The big-league education of Bronson Arroyo continues.
Nationals part of year-round plan
For some area wrestlers, the competition does not end with the high school season.