By Katie Mehl, APR This February the Citrus Memorial Heart and Vascular Center is celebrating Heart Health Awareness Month. Throughout the month of February we’ll host informative seminars and provide education on heart health for the community culminating with a health fair and screening event on Saturday, February 22. Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women and in Citrus County alone there are over 550 cardiovascular related deaths each year. By focusing on community health the Citrus Memorial Heart and Vascular Center hopes to help those at risk for heart disease to take...
Welcome to Michael Anthony’s Pizza…. For over 35 years Sal Anthony has satisfied the taste buds of folks looking for great Italian every time. Sal began his career in New Jersey in both the North and South Shores working in a variety of pizzerias. “One of the founding philosophies my dad taught me was to provide consistency in the food we offered.” Michael who owns and manages the Homosassa location began his cooking career very young following his dad around the kitchen back in New Jersey. One way to ensure the consistency to their customers is in the preparation....
Habitat for Humanity of Marion County, Inc. will be hosting Marion County’s 1st Annual Strawberry and Craft Festival. On March 1st from 8am to 5pm the streets of Downtown Ocala will be filled with crafters, street entertainers and food vendors from all over Central Florida. There will be a Kidzone filled with bounce-houses, slides, face painting, and games for children of all ages. A 50-car antique and classic car show will be located on Osceola Ave. Local top quality entertainment will occupy dual stages throughout the day. The main stage will be located in the downtown square gazebo. Top...
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