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Cobwebs On Pine Trees In Dunnellon

These cobwebs were spotted on pine trees in Dunnellon. Thanks to Dorothy McDermott for sharing!

Cobwebs On Pine Trees In Dunnellon
Cobwebs On Pine Trees In Dunnellon

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Government

Ocala preparing to host tire amnesty day

The City of Ocala is hosting a free tire disposal event Saturday, March 13 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Intermittent lane closures planned along S.W. Hwy. 484 in Marion County

Marion County motorists and pedestrians traveling along S.W. Hwy. 484 in the vicinity of the Rainbow River Bridge can expect intermittent lane closures through March 12.

Entries sought for Sixth Biennial Ocala Outdoor Sculpture Competition

The City of Ocala has announced a call for entries for the Sixth Biennial Ocala Outdoor Sculpture Competition.

Headlines

Dunnellon man admits to showering and eating in unoccupied home

A Dunnellon man who spent nearly six months in jail last year is back behind bars after admitting to breaking into an unoccupied residence and making himself at home.

Ocala man who called 911 ends up being the one charged with domestic battery

A 67-year-old Ocala man who called 911 to report a woman had locked herself in a bedroom and was acting highly emotional ended up being arrested and charged with battering her.

11 more local COVID-19 deaths as Florida surpasses 3 million Sunshine State residents vaccinated

Eleven more local residents have succumbed to COVID-19 as Florida surpassed 3 million vaccinations among Sunshine State residents.

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Business

Lockheed Martin teams with CareerSource Florida for apprenticeship program

Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday that Lockheed Martin and CareerSource Florida have partnered to develop and refine a registered apprenticeship program.

Craft Cuisine falls victim to pandemic, forced to close doors

Craft Cuisine was forced to close its doors last month amidst the global pandemic that has forced the closures of a multitude of businesses in Ocala.

Ocala police chief: ‘Marijuana legalization will produce more violent crime in Ocala’

The chief of the Ocala Police Department believes the legalization of marijuana will produce more violent crime in the city of Ocala.

Health

11 more local COVID-19 deaths as Florida surpasses 3 million Sunshine State residents vaccinated

Eleven more local residents have succumbed to COVID-19 as Florida surpassed 3 million vaccinations among Sunshine State residents.

3 more local COVID-19 deaths as Florida and tri-county area hit milestones in number of cases

Three more local residents have lost their battle with COVID-19 as Florida topped 1.9 million cumulative cases and the tri-county area surpassed 60,000 positive results.

Marion County health department offers update on COVID-19 vaccinations

The number of people vaccinated for COVID-19 in Marion County continues to increase.

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