July 29, 2000
County questions proposed condo complex
||Napster users, rest easy -- for now
[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
The service can continue for now, judges rule. That decision came after many area teens spent all day downloading their favorite songs.
The development has drawn environmental concerns about the treatment of 4.8 acres of wetlands. Officials say it would violate the county's comprehensive growth plan.
Armstrong will come alive again
The sweet sounds of Dixieland and Louis Armstrong's jazz music highlight the entertainment events for the weekend.
IRS deadline looms for candidates
INVERNESS -- The primary election is about one month away, and people involved in Citrus County politics have plenty to do.
School Board candidate's condition improves to fair
CRYSTAL RIVER -- School Board candidate Virginia "Ginger" Bryant's condition was upgraded from serious to fair on Friday,
Gift truck delivers solution
LECANTO -- Hospice of Citrus County is an agency with a reputation for helping people at a time of crisis by providing home care to the terminally ill.
Sheriff's Office seeks to seize suspect's car
INVERNESS -- The Citrus County Sheriff's Office has moved to permanently seize the car driven by a suspected smash-and-grab burglar arrested last month.
Schools with religious role dot the county
"Christian education makes a difference in children's attitudes, their outlook on life, how they treat each other and the respect they have for their parents," a teacher says.
Cool water makes for happy fish
Fishing has a lot in common with the weather; it can be good one day and bad the next.