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The Villages social life

To the Editor:

I cannot understand when all COVID-19 cases are rising why The Villages is opening up the town squares and still allowing all restaurants to seat at 100 percent. Now all the pools have no number restrictions. Do they not care about us? Seems so.

Julie Pennell
Village of Santiago

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Sumter sheriff searching for bandit who ripped off golf cart from Villages Golf Cars

Sumter County sheriff’s detectives are seeking help in nabbing a golf cart thief who targeted a Villages business.

Villager enters plea in alleged case of video voyeurism in bathroom

A Village of Chitty Chatty man has entered a plea in a criminal case in which he is accused of using his phone to shoot video of a man in an adjacent bathroom stall.

Photos

Osprey On The Hunt In The Village Of Collier

This osprey was on the hunt in the Village of Collier. Thanks to Cindy Farkus for sharing!

Seagull On The Lake Sumter Landing Boardwalk With Full Moon

Check out this seagull on the Lake Sumter Landing boardwalk with a full moon in the night sky. Thanks to Ron Clark for sharing!

Red-Shouldered Hawk On A Bird Bath In The Village Of Hillsborough

This red-shouldered hawk was resting on a bird bath in the Village of Hillsborough. Thanks to David Guerra for sharing!

Letters to the Editor

Face masks and fear limit personal freedom

A Village of Fernandina resident, in a Letter to the Editor, argues that face masks and fear limit personal freedom.

Business

Groome Transportation resuming Shuttle Service between The Villages community and Orlando International Airport

Groome Transportation is resuming its airport shuttle service between The Villages and Orlando International Airport.

Crime

Sumter sheriff searching for bandit who ripped off golf cart from Villages Golf Cars

Sumter County sheriff’s detectives are seeking help in nabbing a golf cart thief who targeted a Villages business.

Opinions

Green Bay great Paul Hornung suffered head trauma and later battled dementia

Paul Hornung was a star for the Green Bay Packers and a Heisman Trophy winner. But he suffered the hard knocks of football and later sued a helmet manufacturer for failure to protect his head. Dr. Gabe Mirkin looks back on his life and storied career.

Top Stories

New food truck coming to serve Villagers south of State Road 44

A new food truck is coming soon to to serve Villagers south of State Road 44.

Sumter sheriff searching for bandit who ripped off golf cart from Villages Golf Cars

Sumter County sheriff’s detectives are seeking help in nabbing a golf cart thief who targeted a Villages business.

Villager enters plea in alleged case of video voyeurism in bathroom

A Village of Chitty Chatty man has entered a plea in a criminal case in which he is accused of using his phone to shoot video of a man in an adjacent bathroom stall.

Letters to the Editor

Face masks and fear limit personal freedom

A Village of Fernandina resident, in a Letter to the Editor, argues that face masks and fear limit personal freedom.

The Villages social life

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Santiago resident wonders out loud why The Villages is opening town squares and lifting other restrictions at a time when COVID-19 cases are rising.

Where is our governor?

A Village of Amelia resident is wondering about the whereabouts of Gov. Ron DeSantis. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Crime

Sumter sheriff searching for bandit who ripped off golf cart from Villages Golf Cars

Sumter County sheriff’s detectives are seeking help in nabbing a golf cart thief who targeted a Villages business.

Villager enters plea in alleged case of video voyeurism in bathroom

A Village of Chitty Chatty man has entered a plea in a criminal case in which he is accused of using his phone to shoot video of a man in an adjacent bathroom stall.

Wildwood police searching for liquor bandit who targeted local Publix store

Wildwood Police officers are searching for a woman who stole alcohol from a local Publix Liquor store.