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Pilot killed when small plane crashes while landing at Leeward Air...

A pilot was killed Wednesday morning when a small plane crashed at Leeward Air Ranch in Marion County.

COVID-19 continues to run amok in Ocala as Florida nears 159,000...

COVID-19 continues to run rampant through Ocala, where 59 new cases have been reported.

Marion Extension Service accepting Agriculture Hall of Fame nominations

The Marion County UF/IFAS Extension Service is accepting nominations for Agriculture Hall of Fame inductees.

Couple sought after credit card stolen in The Villages used at...

The Sumter County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a pair of bandits who used a credit that was stolen in The Villages to purchase a television in Ocala.

COVID-19 still running rampant through Ocala and Marion County

A renewed outbreak of COVID-19 continues to plague Ocala, with 437 cases now being reported in the city. That marks an increase of 12 from Monday to Tuesday.

Temporary lane closures planned along S.W. 34th Court

Motorists can expect temporary lane closures along S.W. 34th Court, between the intersections of Marion Oaks Manor and S.W. 39th Circle, through Sept. 12.

Zoom sessions offer emotional support for Marion County students and families

Students, parents and families in need of emotional support have a new resource this summer to stay connected.

Marion County motorists can expect road closure on N.E. 52nd Avenue

Motorists in Marion County can expect a temporary road closure along N.E. 52nd Avenue between the intersections of N.E. 51st Avenue Road and N.E. 4th Street through Aug. 7.

15 new COVID-19 patients reported in Ocala as Florida tops 146,000...

Fifteen new COVID-19 patients have been identified in Ocala, where 67 percent of the cases in Marion County are being reported.

Temporary lane closure scheduled along S.E. 35th Street

Motorists can expect temporary lane closures along S.E. 35th Street, between the intersections of S.E. 25th Avenue and S.E. 26th Avenue, through Tuesday, June 30.