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Man arrested in Nov. 18 Brooksville shooting

Man arrested in Nov. 18 Brooksville shooting

A man wanted in connection with a Nov. 18 shooting in south Brooksville was arrested on Monday, deputies said.
Published: 12/09/14
Spring Hill pair arrested on fraud charges

Spring Hill pair arrested on fraud charges

Two Spring Hill men face fraud charges after Hernando County deputies say they made transactions using stolen debit cards and unauthorized checks.
Published: 12/02/14
Castro: ‘All good things must come to an end’

Castro: ‘All good things must come to an end’

An English proverb says, “All good things must come to an end.” Such is the case with the Dec. 1 shuttering of Hernando Today.
Published: 11/30/14
Updated: 12/01/14
Hernando Today says farewell after almost 28 years

Hernando Today says farewell after almost 28 years

Well, this is it. The last edition of Hernando Today
Published: 12/01/14
County board to hear Cemex, winery requests

County board to hear Cemex, winery requests

BROOKSVILLE — County commissioners likely face a long day Dec. 9 when two controversial matters come up at their weekly meeting.
Published: 12/01/14
A dozen years in ink

A dozen years in ink

Joe DiCristofalo has worked as a photo correspondent for Hernando Today’s sports department since 2003. Over the course of his time at the paper he has collected numerous awards for his sports photography.
Published: 12/01/14
Farewell from Alice Mary Herden

Farewell from Alice Mary Herden

I first sought out Joe DiCristofalo to shadow him during a photo assignment, and I was nervous. Not having a solid background in this line of work, Joe taught me a lot. And for Tony Castro, who gave me that opportunity to experience and grow in sport...
Published: 12/01/14
Farewell from Danny Aiello

Farewell from Danny Aiello

“Journalism is a craft that takes years to learn. It’s like golf. You never get it right all the time. It’s a game of fewer errors, better facts and better reporting.” – Ben Huh
Published: 12/01/14
One last mile

One last mile

As his Springstead boys basketball team made a seemingly improbable march toward the state title game in 2009, head coach Pat Kelly often repeated one particular saying.
Published: 12/01/14
Special-needs school making a difference

Special-needs school making a difference

Each morning as she prepares her son, Luke, for school, Virginia Mazucco discusses with him what will happen throughout his day. Luke, 12, has severe autism, is legally blind in one eye and has various other issues.
Published: 12/01/14