Missing/runaway teen sought

Missing/runaway teen sought

The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing teen girl, who was reported missing on Nov. 27. The CCSO said that Hannah Rose Dotson wis a 17-year-old white female, 5’2” tall, and weighs 160 lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes. It is unknown what Hannah was wearing at the time she […]

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Citrus County accepting applications for the Planning and Development Commission

The Citrus County Department of Planning and Development is accepting applications for the Planning and Development Commission (PDC). Two regular positions are expiring on January 31, 2019.  The new term begins at the first PDC meeting in February (2/7/19).  Terms are for 4 years. This Board reviews development applications and makes recommendations to the Board of […]

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Santa Coming to Citrus County Libraries

Every year in December Santa Claus makes a special trip down from the North Pole to visit the Citrus County Library System. Each branch is doing something unique for the visit. Santa’s first stop will be on Thursday December 6th at the Coastal Region Branch from 10:30am to 11:30am. There will be no shortage of […]

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County names new Assistant County Administrator

County names new Assistant County Administrator

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners on Nov. 14 approved James Mallon as the new Assistant County Administrator during their regular meeting on Nov. 13. Mallon officially started his new position on Nov. 14. With more than 20 years of government experience, Mallon comes from the City of Ocean City, N.J., where he served […]

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Cold-weather Salvation Army shelters to open

Cold-weather Salvation Army shelters to open

A cold front is moving through our area and the temperatures for the next couple of evenings will be dropping below 40 degrees. Per the NWS, Tampa Bay, Ruskin Office, Tuesday’s low is expected at 36 degrees and Wednesday’s low is expected at 34 degrees. With that, The Salvation Army will open their Cold Weather […]

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Free Florida-friendly gardening workshops in December

Encouraging beneficial insects Citrus County Utilities Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program is offering a free gardening workshop on December 4, 2017 from 2:00-3:30 pm. An important component of pest management strategies is identifying damaging insects. Many insects found in the landscape due little or no harm, while some are vital to food production.  Identifying the beneficial and […]

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Food Recalls: Veggies

FDA warns against eating romaine lettuce due to E. coli multistate outbreak The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday said the public should not eat romaine lettuce as a result of a multistate E. coli outbreak. At least 32 people have gotten sick and 13 have been hospitalized as a result of an outbreak believed […]

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Citrus County Partners with PetData to Make Animal Licensing Easy

Citrus County has made it easier and more convenient to license your pet with three different options available for residents purchasing or renewing a pet license – online, by mail or in person. Options available for Citrus County residents purchasing or renewing a pet license are: ONLINE: You can license online by going to www.PetData.com […]

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