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Tests find no anthrax in samples
A white substance, said to have been sprayed from a plane, will be further tested as flight records are checked.
Human frailty traps artist's spirit
Raymond Whyte's paintings touch the world. A stroke has largely stayed his hand and stolen his voice. Still, he strives.
Hernando shelves limit on flying flag
An ordinance allows no more than three American flags, but a business that flies 60 banners will not face legal action.
Board to look at chief's exit date
Fire Chief Mike Morgan says he will leave Nov. 14, but the commission will discuss the terms before that.
Saving cranes has been too costly
Editor: Re: Whoopers set for takeoff, Oct. 16 Hernando Times:
Two charged in fast food stickup
A Brooksville Burger King employee recognized one of the two armed robbers as a former employee, authorities said.
PHCC volleyball team off to nationals again
NEW PORT RICHEY -- When it comes to Pasco-Hernando Community College volleyball, history keeps repeating itself.
Possible Power surge
Springstead High alum Jennifer O'Sullivan could see her playing time increase next season with the Women's United Soccer Association's New York Power.
Neumann wins title despite DNF
INVERNESS -- It wasn't the glorious way he wanted to win a championship, but Herb Neumann Jr. managed to walk away Saturday night from Citrus County Speedway with all the Late Model marbles.