• Need help, please

    I need someone to help me with a problem. I have a new home. They didn’t grade the side of the house with enough back fill and when it rains I have water settling like a lake over flowing into the garage and mulch all over the driveway. Builder does not want to know about it.

    Could you help me? I do not know who to call for help. Please tell me who to talk to in the county or city.

    Thank you very much.

    Philip Dito, Inverness

  • Duke settlement disappointing
  • Thanks to supporters
  • Red-light cameras concern

    If you choose to come to the Hernando County Fair (April 4 through 12) or the city of Brooksville’s Blueberry Festival (April 12 and 13), please beware of the 16 red-light cameras that surround the city.

    For those who don’t know, this small city of around 7,000 people issued more than 20,000 camera tickets last year. They made more revenue per capita than any other city in Florida. 

  • Cartoon offensive

    What an inane cartoon you published in the Saturday Chronicle. This man Judge doesn’t even know the meaning of the word rest. My dictionary defines it as “an act of ceasing from work, activity or motion; quiet.” A rest in music doesn’t mean the performer is tired but that the music to that point is completed. 

  • Thanks to volunteers

    Fundraising is about more than raising money. When volunteers run flea markets, bake sales, arts, crafts, plant sales, sell raffle tickets, they are giving the public the opportunity to buy at especially low prices as most of these items are donated. Flea markets are the perfect incentive to clear out the garage and attic. The events also give people in the community a day out socializing.

    Then there are fundraising dinners prepared and served by volunteers of an organization or church.

  • Soccer club thanks you
  • Thanks for support

    I would like to thank the businesses and individuals who donated silent auction items and grocery store gift cards to purchase food to sell for our celebrity bartender fundraiser benefitting Nature World Wildlife Rescue on Jan. 30, at Burke’s of Ireland Pub.

    First and foremost we want to thank Burke’s of Ireland Pub for their support and for hosting the event.

  • Another huge success

    On Jan. 25, the American Legion Post 237 Riders Chapter 237 Beverly Hills held the fourth annual Poker Run to benefit Hospice of Citrus and the Nature Coast and Moffitt Cancer Center Ovarian Cancer Research. 

  • Concerts for charity

    Last week David Hershey, Harry Hershey, Karen and Ben Medrano, and Karen and Bob Batten put on three concerts. The first concert was given at The First Presbyterian Church of Inverness where there was standing room only. The next concert was given at The First Methodist Church of Hernando where we had over 300 people. On Saturday we were at the club house in Arbor Lakes where we had a full house of over 90 people.