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Drug enforcement strike team nabs four during undercover sting in Ocala

The Unified Drug Enforcement Strike Team has been conducting surveillance around the downtown area of Ocala after receiving complaints about suspected drug use and sale of a synthetic cannabinoid known as “K2.”

12th Lake County resident dies of COVD-19 as Marion County cases...

A 12th Lake County resident has died from the Coronavirus as the number of cases in the tri-county area jumped to 583 – an increase of 15 in a 24-hour period.

Highest number of Florida COVID-19 patients remains between ages of 45-54

Ten percent of those who have been tested for COVID-19 in Florida are suffering from the potentially deadly virus and they’re most likely to fall between the ages of 45-54.

2-year-old boy tests positive for COVID-19 as Marion County tops 100...

Marion County now has 101 COVID-19 cases – with one of them being a two-year-old boy.

Marion County Public Schools offering distance learning help page

Marion County Public School students, parents and families can now access a “Distance Learning Page” for help.

25 Marion County residents test positive for COVID-19 with majority in...

Twenty-five Marion County residents have now tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, with the majority of them – 17 – living in Ocala.

22 test positive for Coronavirus in Marion County as tri-county area...

Marion County continues to have the fewest number of COVID-19 patients in the tri-county area.

Marion County holding steady with five positive Coronavirus tests

Fifty-five people have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus in the tri-county area – but Marion County is holding steady with just five patients.

Only five of 45 tri-county Coronavirus patients live in Marion County

Forty-five people in the tri-county area have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, but only five of them reside in Marion County.

Marion County announces closures, programs and services updates

Marion County has made multiple operational changes that will remain in place during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.