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Today's Features

  • HAVANA — Pope Francis landed in Cuba on Friday for the first-ever papal meeting with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, a historic development in the 1,000-year schism within Christianity.

  • Just as real birds follow patterns during their seasonal migrations, so too does the human variety.

    Snowbirds, or northerners who migrate south for the winter, normally do not deviate in their behavior when they consider looking for living quarters, according to Rob Tessmer Jr., president of the Realtors Association of Citrus County.

  • Next to Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day is the busiest time of the year for ordering and giving flowers.

    So it’s no wonder that Mike and Cheryl Gaouette, owners of Waverley Florists in Crystal River, have been busy filling advance orders and making sure today turns out to be magical for loved ones in Citrus County. 

  • Daily items include freshly baked bread, cheeses and fruit, but the vast stock of wines are the real stars at the Wine Shop III and Wine Bar in Crystal River, along with a spacious hideaway reminiscent of a 1920’s speakeasy.

    The Wine Shop, on Citrus Avenue in the city’s historic district, belies its rather ordinary name, and that is instantly apparent as one enters the business designed to attract oenophiles and

  • Daily items include freshly baked bread, cheeses and fruit, but the vast stock of wines are the real stars at the Wine Shop III and Wine Bar in Crystal River, along with a spacious hideaway reminiscent of a 1920’s speakeasy.

    The Wine Shop, on Citrus Avenue in the city’s historic district, belies its rather ordinary name, and that is instantly apparent as one enters the business designed to attract oenophiles and

  • Since September 2015, more than 500 fifth-graders have taken part in a hands-on pilot program through Duke Energy.

    The program consists of inviting students to tour the Crystal River energy complex to learn how Duke Energy generates power every day.

    Barbara Martinuzzi, Duke Energy executive assistant, worked to design the program in accordance with Citrus County School Board curriculum, alongside Scott Hebert, Citrus County elementary education director.

  • Since September 2015, more than 500 fifth-graders have taken part in a hands-on pilot program through Duke Energy.

    The program consists of inviting students to tour the Crystal River energy complex to learn how Duke Energy generates power every day.

    Barbara Martinuzzi, Duke Energy executive assistant, worked to design the program in accordance with Citrus County School Board curriculum, alongside Scott Hebert, Citrus County elementary education director.

  • By Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press

    FORT LAUDERDALE — Running concierges, a hotel mini bar stocked with produce from the local farmers market and a training wall that comes standard in every room. The hotel industry is moving beyond basement gyms and basic spa menus to accommodate guests’ growing requests to stay healthy while on the road.

  • C.J. Risak

  • C.J. Risak