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At Country Rustic Decor, Kim Davis demonstrates a new use for a vintage door. [Photo by Beth N. Gray]

Part of a trend, Country Rustic Decor specializes in reinventing rustic furniture

BROOKSVILLE — Sprucing up the commercial landscape, a flurry of local shops committed to rustic furniture have opened, fueling home decorators' yen to change up their indoor homescapes. The rustic conscience is beyond a fad, more a trend, says Kim Davis, owner with her husband, Ron, of the year-old Country Rustic D …

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  1. Hernando teacher faces sexual battery charges

    Crime

    BROOKSVILLE — Deputies arrested a teacher on charges of sexual battery Tuesday, the Hernando County Sheriff's Office said.

  2. Hernando Events for May 26-June 1

    Events

    Events

    26 Friday

    Free Zika training: Presented by the Hernando Computer Club, the training is for those who wish to assist in the effort to find a cure for the Zika virus. Club members are volunteers for World Community Grid and are donating their devices' spare computing power to …

  3. Hernando County real estate transactions for May 23, 2017

    Real Estate

    BROOKSVILLE

    19300 Phillips Rd., to Charles Montgomery Phillip & Jill Renee Phillip by Cornell Arrington Trustee & Keely M. Arrington Trustee, $462,000, 04/13/2017.

  4. Part of a trend, Country Rustic Decor specializes in reinventing rustic furniture

    Business

    BROOKSVILLE — Sprucing up the commercial landscape, a flurry of local shops committed to rustic furniture have opened, fueling home decorators' yen to change up their indoor homescapes.

    At Country Rustic Decor, Kim Davis demonstrates a new use for a vintage door. [Photo by Beth N. Gray]
  5. Brooksville man dies in car accident

    Accidents

    HUDSON — A Brooksville man died during an auto accident Sunday morning.

  6. Entrepreneurs aren't waiting for lawmakers to plan the future of medical cannabis

    Medicine

    WESLEY CHAPEL — Mute the sound and it would have felt like a real estate seminar. The hotel conference room was half full. It was an older crowd, professionally dressed. Notepads sat on top of the tables, which hid the khakis below.

    Jake Bergmann, CEO of Surterra Holdings, a cannabis-based therapeutics company, speaks to attendees during the first day Friday of the Florida Medical Cannabis Conference and Exhibition at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel. [JOSH SOLOMON  |  Times]
  7. Hernando commissioners set to sort out latest airport controversy

    Local Government

    BROOKSVILLE — When Hernando County commissioners meet Tuesday, they will have yet another complicated controversy to sort out involving property at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport.

    Commissioner John Mitten is expected to be at Tuesday’s meeting about airport property.