August 2, 2000
Laptop computers for schools shelved
||Rattler loses its head and its hide
[Times photo: Douglas R. Clifford]
A Spring Hill resident whacks the fifth rattlesnake he has seen this year, cooks and eats its meat and now is tanning its skin.
In a tight budget year, school officials say they can't justify the hefty expense of providing the mobile computers for 180 middle school students.
Spring Hill man who teaches at Saint Leo fired after arrest
Police say the religion instructor used fraud to get a prescription narcotic at a Dade City drugstore.
Bayport's closer to complying on sewage
An inspector assigned to monitor all Hernando restaurants resigns during an investigation into his ties with the inn.
Woman pleads innocent to killing husband
BROOKSVILLE -- Sharon Grove, who is accused of conspiring with her son to murder her husband, pleaded innocent to first-degree murder Tuesday.
5 admit break-in, officials say
Authorities say a man, 22, and four boys ages 10 to 15 vandalized a double-wide mobile home.
Drivers have tough time of it
INVERNESS -- On a night when control was something of a premium at the Citrus County Speedway, it seemed that those who diligently maintained their racing line and avoided trouble were destined to find success.
Eagles suffer injuries at national tourney
Gerard DeCristofaro contracts a blood infection while a bad back costs Matt Booker.
HYL crushes Mississippi 17-9
The Dixie team remains alive in the World Series and meets either Louisiana or Georgia tonight.