When the coronavirus shutdown hit businesses in Citrus County hard, like any military operation, Patriot Automotive Repair in Holder was prepared. Read more
Hurricane Season is now in session and the Florida Department of Health in Citrus County (DOH-Citrus) and the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Operations Division encourages residents to register now for the special needs shelter by visiting www.sheriffcitrus.org/emergency-management… Read more
When Florida ordered many businesses that weren’t essential closed because of the pandemic, Miltion Kongquee, owner of Radioshack/Batteries Etc in Inverness and Hernando, kept his businesses open, and made his customers’ health a priority. Read more
A high-speed chase Tuesday of a motorcycle led to the arrest of a Homosassa man who now faces charges that include possession of a gun by a felon, habitually driving without a license, fleeing law enforcement, and a $21,500 bond. Read more
As an essential business, Sound Decisions and its two employees continued to customize cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats and specialty vehicles amid COVID-19.
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