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Florida Legislature

A dispute over whether to accept federal funding for an expansion of health care threatens to force a special session to resolve the issue.
Citrus County Chronicle
Florida House members, adamant in their rejection of federal dollars to expand Medcaid, continue to place politics above doing the right thing.
Citrus County Chronicle

Health Care

A dispute over whether to accept federal funding for an expansion of health care threatens to force a special session to resolve the issue.
Citrus County Chronicle
Florida House members, adamant in their rejection of federal dollars to expand Medcaid, continue to place politics above doing the right thing.
Citrus County Chronicle

Local Government

Next Monday, Inverness will begin curbside single-stream recycling and while the idea has broad support, the startup has not been without hitches.
Citrus County Chronicle
Newly elected county commissioner Scott Adams is feeding the anti-government fervor, and he is winning support from those who love to hate.
Citrus County Chronicle
County staff erred recently when it paid five weeks of administrative leave to an employee who was a defendant in a trial.
Citrus County Chronicle
The governing board’s position that only two of the three future options for the hospital should be examined because of urgency is not based on fact.
Citrus County Chronicle
Commissioner John “JJ” Kenney says he is “on the fence” on Parkway extension and it's time he got off.
Citrus County Chronicle
Hernando is teaming with Space Florida to bring civilian research and development jobs to the county-owned airport.
Hernando Times

War/Veterans

They have sacrificed. So must we all when it comes to sharing in the cost of their recovery.
Citrus County Chronicle

K-12 Education

Last week, Gov. Scott signed sweeping education reform that brings a little more common sense to the classroom for Florida high school students.
Citrus County Chronicle

Seniors

Seniors vs. Crime offered excellent words of caution to those who use their debit cards in a variety of situations.
Citrus County Chronicle

Economy

Hernando is teaming with Space Florida to bring civilian research and development jobs to the county-owned airport.
Hernando Times

State Government

For almost a decade, a problem with high arsenic levels in multiple wells in northwest Citrus County has been known.
Citrus County Chronicle

Environment

For almost a decade, a problem with high arsenic levels in multiple wells in northwest Citrus County has been known.
Citrus County Chronicle

Agriculture

Agricultural Alliance of Citrus County are coordinating an effort to nominate Ferris Groves for the Agri­cultural-Environmental Leadership Award.
Citrus County Chronicle

Op Ed

We are here to tell Tallahassee that we’ve had enough. Other priorities pale in comparison.

Citrus County Chronicle

If you haven’t noticed the decline in water quantity and quality in the state, then you probably just haven’t lived here long enough. The recent...

Citrus County Chronicle

 

The reason for this is a Department of Revenue rule known as the “recapture rule” that...

Citrus County Chronicle

The chances for most of us to meet a North Korean in our lifetimes are pretty slim. But this experience gave me an opportunity to build bridges...

Citrus County Chronicle

Life does sometimes give you lemons, and sometimes you need a friend or neighbor to help you turn it into lemonade!

Citrus County Chronicle

We are at a crucial crossroads in public education and the time to speak up has come.

Citrus County Chronicle

Letter To The Editor

It is time for us to unite behind Gov. Scott and help him make Florida the best state in the nation.

Hernando Today

Yesterday started like any other day, until I went to the courthouse to renew my driver’s license.

Citrus County Chronicle