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New type development considered for Inverness

On the face of it, Myrtles by the Lake is just another proposed, small housing project in Inverness. But that’s on the face of it. The proposed “pocket community” would consist of 12 homes and be geared toward active seniors, and includes shared amenities such as access to Lake Henderson, a kayak launch site, fire pit, and gazebo.
INVERNESS, FL
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Local girl scout donates food to homeless with help of PHP

Volunteering can make a huge difference in even the smallest of communities. This encouraging statement rang true recently when Spring Hill’s Letty Lockhart of the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida, age 7, donated 170 pounds of food and 62 sandwiches to People Helping People (PHP) in Hernando County. PHP is an interfaith community organization established to provide food, clothing, and other basic necessities to individuals in need.
HERNANDO COUNTY, FL
WCJB

Countdown to Kickoff: Dunnellon Tigers

DUNNELLON, Fla. (WCJB) - Becoming successful is one of the toughest things to do in life or sports, but sustaining it is even harder. At Dunnellon High School, the Tigers have achieved a winning season for the past decade and don’t plan on slowing down. “They say you play...
DUNNELLON, FL
Citrus County Chronicle

Sound Off calls from Tuesday, Aug. 9

I’m calling in reference to the article on the front of the Chronicle (Monday, Aug. 8). The title is “More than selling cookies.” I am so proud of this little girl student, Ava Newton, and her parents must be extremely proud of her with her earning the Silver Award and putting the unit together for the box for the books for children. This is how our young people learn to read is through our local libraries. I like the idea that she received a nice award and it was an excellent article by Nancy Kennedy – you’re to be commended. Keep it up, Ava. I’m so proud of you. Take care and be safe.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FL
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Scallop bag limits stay the same for now

Tourist Development Council members Wednesday decided to leave current scallop bag limits in place and see whether the mollusk population increases in the next few years. The board discussed going forward with state approval for a three-tier bag limit, with the allowable gallon limits increasing as scallop season progressed. But...
LECANTO, FL
Citrus County Chronicle

Sunday Sampler to feature Lucky Mud

The Will McLean Foundation’s Sunday Sampler Concert Series will feature Lucky Mud on Aug. 21 at 2 p.m. in the historic Dunnellon Depot, 12061 S. Williams St., Dunnellon. Lucky Mud ‘s name comes from the pen of Kurt Vonnegut who wrote in “Cat’s Cradle:” “God made mud ... So God said to some of the mud, ‘Sit up!’ And I was some of the mud that got to sit up and look around. Lucky me, lucky mud.’”
DUNNELLON, FL
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Christian Arroyo: Superstar

Psychologically speaking, there are few things worse than the gnawing, simmering feeling that your life isn’t turning out the way you think it’s supposed to. That almost none of our lives turn out the way we think they’re supposed to is usually of little consolation. Sure, when you get older and you start succeeding at some things, and failing at others – and when you begin to see that, as it turns out, happiness isn’t really all that strongly correlated with success and failure after all - then you finally learn how to cope with this. You begin to see that random chance is essentially the driving force of life, and you learn that contentment stems from not only coming to terms with this, but embracing it. You stop worrying so much about success and failure at all, and instead try to orient each day towards a few simple goals that, as it turns out, make it a whole lot easier to go to sleep each night and wake up each morning: make some friends and talk to them every day; try something new every day; help someone every day.
BROOKSVILLE, FL
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Florida ASC cyberattack compromises 2,200 patient records

In June, Florida Springs Surgery Center in Spring Hill reported to HHS that the personal data of 2,203 patients was leaked in a cyberattack between March 25 and June 2. According to the center's website, patient information that may have been accessed includes full names, addresses and dates of birth, Social Security numbers, driver's license and state identification numbers, financial account information and medical records.
SPRING HILL, FL
Citrus County Chronicle

Candidates file for Inverness council

John Labriola and Crystal Lizanich filed Wednesday to run for Inverness City Council Seat 1, currently held by David Ryan. Ryan also filed to run for re-election. Labriola made a name for himself in recent months in his quest to ban LGBTQ+ displays in county libraries. He has attracted a...
INVERNESS, FL

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SPRING HILL, FL
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Lake Panasoffkee woman seriously injured in crash on State Road 44

A Lake Panasoffkee woman was seriously injured in a crash early Tuesday morning on State Road 44 in Sumter County. The 64-year-old woman was at the wheel of a pickup truck at 6:42 a.m. heading westbound on State Road 44 east of County Road 247 near Rutland when she lost control of the vehicle, according to an accident report from the Florida Highway Patrol. Her truck rotated to the center median, overturned and came to rest in the eastbound lanes.
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