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Taking A Ride Down The Rainbow River In Dunnellon

This guy was taking a little ride down the Rainbow River in Dunnellon. Thanks to A1A Photos for sharing!

Taking A Ride Down The Rainbow River In Dunnellon
Taking A Ride Down The Rainbow River In DunnellonTaking A Ride Down The Rainbow River In Dunnellon

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Government

Intermittent lane closures expected in the Anthony area

Motorists traveling on county roadways in the vicinity of Anthony can expect intermittent lane closures through Dec. 31.

Temporary lane closures planned along N.W. 77th Street

Motorists can expect temporary lane closures along N.W. 77th Street between the intersections of W. Hwy. 326 and N. U.S. Hwy. 441 through May 31.

Intermittent lane closures expected along E. Fort King Street

Motorists traveling on E. Fort King Street between the intersections of S.E. 36th Avenue and S.E. 58th Avenue can expect intermittent lane closures through May 30.

Headlines

Dunnellon man killed in fiery crash when his vehicle slams head-on in tractor trailer cab

A 55-year-old Dunnellon man was killed and two Ocala men were injured in a fiery crash Thursday afternoon in Marion County.

Ocala man jailed over semi-automatic rifle in vehicle

A 24-year-old Ocala man who was adjudicated as a delinquent for armed robbery when he was 16 was arrested Sunday when a loaded semi-automatic rifle was found in his vehicle.

Ocala man apologizes over and over after DUI arrest

An Ocala man charged with DUI changed his story about how much he had to drink and then continuously apologized while on his way to jail early Sunday.

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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

4 more local COVID-19 deaths as potentially deadly virus shows signs of slowing down

Four more local residents have succumbed to COVID-19 as new cases of the virus started to show signs of slowing down.

7 more local COVID-19 deaths as Ocala surpasses 20,000 cases of deadly virus

Seven more local residents have died of COVID-19 as Ocala topped 20,000 cumulative cases of the potentially deadly virus.

17 more local residents die of COVID-19 as Marion County cases continue to pile up

Seventeen more local residents have succumbed to COVID-19 as Ocala and Marion County continue to add cases of the deadly virus at a rapid pace.

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