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Homosassa man arrested for ramming SUV into motorcyclist during road rage

Authorities took a Homosassa man into custody for allegedly ramming his vehicle into a motorcyclist during an act of road rage on a highway north of Crystal River. Citrus County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested 35-year-old Kristopher Alan Hite on Monday, Aug. 8, under charges of attempted vehicular homicide and child neglect. Hite was jailed at the county detention facility with a total bond of $17,000.
HOMOSASSA, FL
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Trial date set for Crystal River woman accused of murdering husband

A date was set for a jury to hear the case of Victrina Crites-Worley, the Crystal River 52-year-old accused of stabbing her husband to death at their local home. “We’re coming to a point of final resolution pretty soon,” Citrus County Circuit Court Judge Richard Howard told Crites-Worley Tuesday, Aug. 9, in court before scheduling her murder trial for the week of Nov. 7.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FL
Citrus County Chronicle

Like fathers, like sons

A group of four friends who made great memories together at the racetrack are now having a blast watching their sons do the same. Mark Powers, John Chance and D.J. Macklin all raced at Citrus County Speedway and other tracks around Florida, while Mark’s brother, Stephen Powers, helped out his brother.
CITRUS COUNTY, FL
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Murphy a man of high integrity

I met John Murphy at the Rotary Club of Inverness over 7 years ago. John was past president of the Club and did an outstanding job not only for the Club, but for the community and the world. He has been instrumental in making the Club's annual Brew Festival fundraiser a major success for the Club.
INVERNESS, FL
Citrus County Chronicle

Will candidates contest election if they lose?

I completely agree with the excellent letter by Mark Stolz, "Candidates should explain their beliefs.”. Winn Webb and Diane Finegan should explain to voters why they believe the 2020 presidential election was stolen. I, too, was disappointed that the issue was not addressed at the candidates' forum. The Chronicle should...
FLORAL CITY, FL
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Do you believe there's a "Garden of Evil" in Williston, Florida?

Welcome to Williston, Florida signLittleT889 on Wikimedia Commons. Florida is a state filled with many incredible secrets. I've only lived here a little under a year. Still, it's gotten to the point where I've concluded that, no matter how many stories I try to learn about Florida (and it's a continuous effort), I will never understand everything buried by time in the Sunshine State.
WILLISTON, FL
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The City of Cedar Key will hold a public meeting on Monday, August 15, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter. The sole purpose of this meeting will be to discuss the City applying for a grant under the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) during the 2023-2024 funding cycle. The applications are due August 31, 2022. The grant application includes Phase Il improvements to the "Cemetery Point Park."
CEDAR KEY, FL
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Thanks to Chronicle; consider volunteering at Fort Cooper

I'd like to thank the Chronicle -- photographer Matthew Beck and reporters Aiden Bush and Nancy Kennedy -- for the Aug. 4 front-page articles on the Friends of Fort Cooper and our latest project - the reconstruction of the deteriorating replica Wall on the Fort site. When completed, we hope it will honor the Georgia Battalion volunteers who "manned" the fort and the local Seminoles who defended their land with their lives.
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Williston celebrates their 28th annual Back to school Bash

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