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Work on Mariner Boulevard between Lindsey, Henderson is done


Hernando County Public Works crews have completed the repairs to the damaged roadway on Mariner Boulevard, between Lindsey and Henderson streets. A southbound lane of Mariner, near the Hernando County Family YMCA, had been closed since Thursday because of a broken water main in the median.


Portion of North Ave. closed until April 18

Starting Thursday, North Avenue will be closed from Ponce de Leon Boulevard (U.S. 98) to Howell Avenue for construction. The road will be closed through April 18. The work is being done by Goodwin Brothers Construction Co. For information, call (352) 796-0149.

Get in step while line dancing with club

The Brookridge Good Times Line Dance Social will host a dance from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at the Brookridge clubhouse, 8150 Hampton St., west of Brooksville. A DJ will provide music. Guests are to bring their own snacks and drinks. An instructor will be on site to offer assistance, but no formal instruction is provided. Admission is $4. For information, call Norma at (352) 397-6088 or e-mail

Today's picks

Library hosts Toddler Time: 10 a.m., East Hernando Branch Library, 6457 Windmere Road, Ridge Manor West. For ages 18-35 months. (352) 540-6391.

Kenn "E" Grube as Elvis to headline Open Mike Night: Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 6:45, Hernando Beach Club, 3145 Flamingo Blvd., Hernando Beach. Must 21 or older. Free admission. Reservations suggested. (352) 293-7965.

"A Taste of Florida — Growing Citrus in Hernando County" horticulture class: 10 a.m., Spring Hill Branch/Harold G. Zopp Memorial Library, 9220 Spring Hill Drive. Free. (352) 754-4433.

Work on Mariner Boulevard between Lindsey, Henderson is done 02/16/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 8:48pm]
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