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After bowing out of politics, Dave Russell announces another run for Hernando commission

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Not only did  Bridgette Zupancic, 11, master the program, she completed the work in February.

Eastside fifth-grader lauded for mastery of computerized learning program

HILL 'N DALE — Eastside Elementary School fifth-grader Bridgette Zupancic does not like B's. The straight-A student remembered a time during fourth grade when she had to be absent. She made up the work, she said, but "I didn't know exactly what it was, so I didn't get an A. I hate B's." The high-achieving 11-year-o …

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  1. Seniors Helping Seniors aims to assist those who need help with everyday chores, tasks

    Business

    SPRING HILL — Widower Andrew Krotje says he could cook hotdogs and hamburgers for mere survival. But he relishes more variety, particularly the Italian sausage and green pepper dish that Kate McCarthy stirs up.

    Andrew Krotje teaches the game of dominoes to Seniors Helping Seniors caregiver Kate McCarthy, left, as the organization’s director, Sue Simone, suggests a play. McCarthy cooks for Krotje and they often play games.
  2. Eastside fifth-grader lauded for mastery of computerized learning program

    K12

    HILL 'N DALE — Eastside Elementary School fifth-grader Bridgette Zupancic does not like B's. The straight-A student remembered a time during fourth grade when she had to be absent. She made up the work, she said, but "I didn't know exactly what it was, so I didn't get an A. I hate B's."

    Not only did  Bridgette Zupancic, 11, master the program, she completed the work in February.
  3. Hometown Hernando for March 6

    Human Interest

    We want your news!

    Hometown Hernando is devoted to everyday life in our county, whether it's snapshots from your family reunion or a few lines thanking someone for a job well done. Call Hometown Hernando news coordinator Jean Hayes at (352) 848-1438, fax (352) 754-6133, or jhayes@tampabay.com.

    Local officials participate in Brooksville’s MLK parade: Several elected officials representing Hernando County participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in downtown Brooksville on Jan. 19. Shown in front, from left, are: Commissioner Diane Rowden, state Rep. Blaise Ingoglia, U.S. Rep. Rich Nugent, and commissioners Wayne Dukes and Jeff Holcomb. In back is commission Chairman Nick Nicholson.
  4. Comedy 'Moonlight and Magnolias' opens March 12 at Stage West

    Stage

    SPRING HILL — Even as the wild and wicked Fifty Shades of Grey was setting box-office records in theaters a couple of weeks ago, millions of people were glued to the Turner Classic Movies channel, where the relatively chaste 1939 Civil War epic Gone With the Wind was playing for the umpteenth …

    Craig Balcomb as Ben Hecht, Gary Depp as David O. Selznick and Jim Hansen as Victor Fleming rehearse for Moonlight and Magnolias at Stage West Community Playhouse in Spring Hill.
  5. Softball team raising money for World Series in July

    Community

    Chili's Bar & Grill, 9600 U.S. 19, Port Richey, will host a fundraiser for the USA Patriots 02 softball team on March 18.

  6. Leave if you don't like the South

    Letters

    Leave if you don't like the South

    I love the South! Southerners are by nature warm, friendly, accepting people who welcome our Northern friends who choose to come and "live among us." So unless they are in the witness protection program, why do people who obviously hate being in the South choose to remain …

  7. Hernando Briefs for March 6

    Briefs

    Neighborhood news calendar

    Brooksville

    Rotary Club hosting 37th annual auction