The BOCC on March 8 declared the Month of March 2022 as “March for Meals Month” in Citrus County. The ceremony included a presentation by the officers of the Friends of the Community Centers, Inc. of the annual donation of proceeds from “The Circle of Friends Gift Shop” to the Meals on Wheels Program for...
Mariselle Rodriguez has taken over as the Citrus County Community Services director. She came to the job from Cleveland, Ohio. Rodriguez was formally introduced to the Board of Citrus County Commissioners at the BOCC’s regular meeting on Jan. 21.
The Citrus County Commission is reacting to reports of poor response times by the Nature Coast EMS. The commission will send out a letter that requires NCEMS to comply with its county contract within 45 days of the letter’s receipt. (Jan. 7, 2020)
Citrus County Commissioner Ron Kitchen wonders if a local newspaper considered fact-checking before writing a story and editorial about the number of riders who were allegedly barred from using the Citrus County Transit bus system. (January 7, 2020)
Janice Tuten of Hernando accused Citrus County Commission Chairman Brian Coleman of singling her out in a recent action in which, she said, the county’s Code Enforcement department took her mobile home, possessions and an adjacent structure from her property. (December 16, 2019)
A group of Ozello residents have complained that EMS response times are far higher than what they believe they should be. They told Citrus County Commissioners that, for them, the longest wait time for paramedic service by Naturecoast EMS was 80 minutes. (December 16, 2019).
The Citrus County Commission voted on Dec. 3, 2019 to become another of many “Second Amendment Sanctuary” counties in Florida as public discussion has left many citizens in doubt about the future of their guns (December 3, 2019)
In Citrus County, Florida, county commissioners have voted 3-2 to not take out a digital subscription for the New York Times, but to keep the printed version of the paper instead. County officials’ during the board’s Oct. 24 meeting drew fire when the paper was alleged to have said the the paper has been writing...
This was their year as the Crystal River High School “Pirates” girls’ softball team, earned second place in the Class 6A State Softball Championship Game. The Pirates finished the season 20-7 with the second Final Four appearance in school history, and first trip to the title game.
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