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One of the four major springs along Crystal River, Three Sisters Springs has been closed on three separate occasions since November to protect manatees, which are an endangered species.
Some residents in unincorporated parts of Citrus County will see new recycling rules implemented next week.
Citrus High School has graduated the most students with drafting certifications in Florida and is currently second in the nation out of 60 schools, including high schools and colleges.
The Citrus County Health Department has implemented a mobile clinic program to help low-income and homeless patients get basic medical services.
Pope John Paul II Catholic School, the only catholic school in Citrus County, could be shut down this June because of its failure to meet the diocese’s benchmarks for enrollment and renovations.
Citrus County has been selected by the Florida Department of Transportation to receive a $1.5-million grant to improve safety on curvy county roads. The improvements will be installed this summer.
Northeast Florida sees an increase in home sales in 2013. Increase is credited in part to lower unemployment rates.
After successfully suing a Florida university over a ban on guns in vehicles, a gun rights group has turned to the University of Florida and its ban on guns in dorms.
Citrus County authorities are trying to locate the body of Margot Register, missing since 1994.
Go-karts zoomed through downtown Inverness on Saturday during the Inverness Grand Prix and Motorsports Festival. New certification by the World Karting Association made this year’s race safer and more legitimate or, in the words of one city official, “absolutely off the hook.”