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Articles from the March 28, 2022 edition

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  • The Mysterious Case of the Clogged Drain – PIOs Mislead the Public

    Tom Lemons|Updated Jun 30, 2022

    SPRING HILL – On February 16, 2022, R News received several tips regarding a major case crime scene established at AbraKIDabra Pediatrics on Mariner Blvd. That morning, sources began reporting that a plumber was on scene to unclog a toilet that had been slow to drain for two weeks. We were told a substance that appeared to be a 12-week-old fetus had been located and that a nurse confirmed the appearance to be just that. As a result, they decided to call the Sheriff's O...

  • Tatted Up Former Hip Hop Artist Runs for County Commissioner - "It's Time for a Younger Generation."

    Tom Lemons|Updated Apr 29, 2022

    HERNANDO – He says the community needs new blood and that he's the right choice to represent the younger generation of voters in District 4 for County Commission. Born on an Airforce Base in South Dakota, 35-year-old Anthony Arenz lived in New Jersey before settling in Spring Hill, where he has resided for the last 24-years. Arenz admits he got a late start entering the race and that he's far behind his opponent Jerry Campbell in campaign contributions, but he says, "not to w...

  • Hernando School District and Pasco Hernando State College to Receive Over $2.13 Mil ERAP Grant

    Tom Lemons|Updated Apr 29, 2022

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – As part of a $10.5 million dollar Expansion of Registered Apprenticeship and Preapprenticeship (ERAP) Grant, the Hernando County School District and Pasco Hernando State College will receive $1,173,900 and $956,346, respectively. According to a statement from Gov. Ron DeSantis's Office today, registered apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship training programs are a key component of Florida's workforce education. They provide excellent opportunities for e...