October 29, 2000
Father says doctors failed to treat his injured son
An emergency medical worker corroborates the dad's story, but a hospital administrator denies doctors refused to treat the boy.
Budgets hold 2 conflicting agendas for school funds
Officials aren't yet frightened about the possible $5-million gap the paper and computer plans show. Results of a review by the new finance director should be ready in two weeks.
Would-be commissioners mark contrasts
The two women distinguish themselves on ties to the Brooksville hospital and what they would bring to the seat.
Why not extra pay to all workers doing their job?
Editor: I'm sorry; I must have missed something in your report about the county administrator authorizing extra pay for himself and the emergency management officer. Didn't we hire an emergency management officer to work during emergencies?
The Times offers candidates not recommended by its editorial board an opportunity to reply. Here are some of those replies.
Bernardini's best for city
Two candidates have challenged incumbent Brooksville City Councilman Pat Brayton, who appears to be on the downhill side of a six-year tenure on the council.
Halloween events and fall festivals
THE NINTH ANNUAL ETHNIC FESTIVAL at St. Joan of Arc Church runs through today at the church, 13485 Spring Hill Drive. The event features ethnic foods, entertainment and carnival rides. Hours are noon to 8 p.m. Admission is free. For information, call 688-0663, ext. 24.