August 1, 2000
Man picks wrong house to escape police
SPRING HILL -- Michael Andrew Lerner had crashed his car. Police were after him, and authorities said he was looking for a place to hide.
Arts Council requests grant for cultural center
If approved, the group will have a year to spend the money before it can apply for another grant.
System makes 911 do double duty
The computerized phone system could call up to 800 residents in an hour with recorded instructions during emergencies.
Packers waive ex-Bear star
Tyrone Goodson's strained relationship with the Green Bay Packers ended Saturday when he failed a physical, refused an injury settlement and was waived. The former Central receiver underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in June and still faces two months of rehabilitation before he can return. He said Monday he was disappointed with the team's decision and wants to focus on his recovery and return to the NFL. "I know I can get over this," Goodson said. "My goal is to rehab and to pray that I can get healthy again. I'm shooting for somebody to pick me up for their practice squad."
Hernando remains alive, beats Virginia
Hernando Youth League moved two games from the Dixie Majors World Series championship game Monday, eliminating Virginia 12-4 in the second round of loser's bracket play in Euless, Texas.
How to stay ahead in hurricane season
The local Red Cross chapter offers tips on preparing for a storm and responding appropriately once it strikes.