Local News

Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport named General Aviation Airport of the Year

The Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport (BKV) was recently named the 2017 General Aviation Airport of the Year by the Florida Department of Transportation. The award recognized BKV’s outstanding achievements in airport aesthetics, safety and services. Eligible nominees for this award must be a public-use general aviation airport within the state… Read More Read More

Land O’Lakes Sinkhole Update

CLEANUP OF SINKHOLE: Pending no action by the affected properties’ insurance companies, the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) will vote on contractor bids to 1) remove debris from the sinkhole, 2) decontaminate the water in the sinkhole and 3) stabilize the perimeter of the sinkhole. Cleanup process… Read More Read More

Chinsegut Conservation Center August Programs

August 3rd                            R-A-W Real Amazing Wildlife: Join professional photographer and photography teacher Alice Herden for a two day workshop on photographing wildlife. The RAW workshops include an informational session on wildlife with biologists and land management professionals. Workshop includes many extras and one-on-one camera instruction. See details and register… Read More Read More

Team effort secures grant for Sugarmill Woods Landscape Project

A landscape project to enhance the US Hwy 98/Ponce De Leon entrance to the Oak Village section of Sugarmill Woods and was identified by the Property Owner’s Association (POA) and brought to the attention of Commissioner Ron Kitchen. On July 18, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) notified Citrus  County that… Read More Read More

Homosassa Inshore Fishing Report with Captain Toney

To try to describe this rain filled weekend, and half way through the week that would be that we need the water. I can remember, when I was young, fishing in ditches or retention ponds (in Citrus County). Most of them had bass and breambut now they are nothing… Read More Read More

Old Homosassa in July

Okay, let’s talk about Old Homosassa in July….and August…..and even September. It’s scallop season!  Such a fun time in Old Homosassa for all those that get out into the Gulf and scoop those future delicious morsels out of the sea grass. Also a boon for our local businesses which… Read More Read More