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Hernando County deputies fatally shot a man on Feb. 20, 2017, hours after he was accused of killing one dog with a knife and injuring another, threatening residents living around the area of Cedar Lane near Duffield Road in Brooksville, and scuffling with law enforcement. [Hernando County Sheriff's Office]

Hernando deputies fatally shoot a 'delusional' knife-wielding suspect (w/video)

Hernando County deputies fatally shot a man Monday morning, hours after he was accused of killing one dog with a knife and injuring another, threatening residents living around the area of Cedar Lane near Duffield Road near Brooksville, and scuffling with law enforcement. The man was identified as Taylor Kendall Ho …

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  1. Hernando County real estate transactions for Feb. 24, 2017

    Real Estate

    BROOKSVILLE

    2499 Culbreath Rd., to Robert Philip Gowing & Gowing Lynda Pasho by Diane J. Mccarthy & Robert W. Mccarthy, $400,000, 01/12/2017.

  2. Hometown Hernando for Feb. 24

    Human Interest

    We want your news! Hometown Hernando is devoted to everyday life in our county. Contact Hometown Hernando news coordinator Jean Hamilton at: PHONE (352) 848-1438, FAX (352) 754-6133, EMAIL jhamilton@tampabay.com.

    Human Trafficking Awareness Month proclaimed: Hernando County commissioners proclaimed January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month in Hernando County and encouraged residents to recognize the importance of prevention, education and awareness of human trafficking. Commissioner Steve Champion presented the resolution to members of the Tri-County Human Trafficking Response Team.
  3. Variety of genres to be represented in Hernando Symphony Orchestra concerts

    Music & Concerts

    BROOKSVILLE — Triumph of the Argonauts and Pinball Wizard. Two musical pieces that tell tales of victory, but the similarities end there, as the songs could not be more different.

    Michele DiLuzio will lead the Hernando Symphony Orchestra during its "Spectrum" concerts this weekend.
  4. Closed captioning brings clarity to hearing impaired at Forest Oaks Lutheran

    Religion

    SPRING HILL — When Cindy Braun began her career as a court reporter 25 years ago, she never envisioned it would one day lead to a closed captioning ministry.

    Cindy Braun sits in the choir loft at Forest Oaks Lutheran Church, typing the text of Pastor Glenn Fischer̢۪s sermon onto her steno keyboard so people who are hard of hearing can read it on a big screen at the front of the sanctuary. [Photo courtesy of Forest Oaks Lutheran Church]
  5. Hernando deputies fatally shoot a 'delusional' knife-wielding suspect (w/video)

    Crime

    Hernando County deputies fatally shot a man Monday morning, hours after he was accused of killing one dog with a knife and injuring another, threatening residents living around the area of Cedar Lane near …

    Hernando County deputies fatally shot a man on Feb. 20, 2017, hours after he was accused of killing one dog with a knife and injuring another, threatening residents living around the area of Cedar Lane near Duffield Road in Brooksville, and scuffling with law enforcement. [Hernando County Sheriff's Office]
  6. Hernando Events for Feb. 24-March 2

    Events

    24 Friday

    'Birding with Audubon': The birding program begins with an observation session in the bird and butterfly garden before hitting the trails. Loaner binoculars and field guides will be available for new birders. 8 to 11 a.m. Free. Chinsegut Conservation Center, 23212 Lake Lindsey Road, …

  7. New owner of Little Lady Cafe reaches out, entices with home cooking

    Business

    BROOKSVILLE — Almost hidden in plain sight, a little downtown dining spot is drawing in new customers via a Facebook campaign while continuing to dish up breakfast and lunch to a line of regulars who have a year's acquaintance with new owner Rory Steele.

    "Our first table" of what will be a 30-seat outdoor patio, says Rory Steele, left, the new owner of Little Lady Cafe in downtown Brooksville, taking a break with head cook Dan Wisniewski. Indoors are 49 seats plus a take-out counter. [Photo by Beth N. Gray]