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CDD 4 facing major financial decision about remedying sinkhole damage

Community Development District 4 supervisors are facing a major financial decision about remedying sinkhole damage in a Village of Calumet Grove neighborhood.

Another Villager finds his boat has vanished from local self-storage unit

A second Villager has discovered a boat missing from his storage unit at Rolling Acres Self-Storage.

Villager wants case tossed out as wife ‘not open to living with this kind...

A Villager wants a criminal case tossed out of court because his wife is “not open to living with this kind of pressure.”

Villagers for Veterans preparing for annual gala and special book-signing event

Villagers for Veterans is gearing up for its annual Orchid Gala and a book-signing event with Marine Sgt. John Peck, who two years ago received a double-arm transplant.

Villages Masonic Lodge #394 presents special awards to members

The Villages Masonic Lodge #394 recently honored one member for his many years of service and another for sharing his knowledge.

Neighbors fighting garage extension stiffed by homeowner who skips public hearing

Frustrated residents of the Village of Tall Trees expressed their displeasure that their neighbor’s garage extension will continue to move forward thanks to some clever legal maneuvering.

Owner of popular local Italian restaurant nabbed in human trafficking sweep

The co-owner of a popular Wildwood Italian eatery located just outside The Villages is behind bars in Hernando County in connection with a human trafficking case.

Villager vows to put little white cross back in his yard despite complaint

A Villager has vowed to put a little white cross back in his yard despite an earlier anonymous complaint.

Bill on governor’s desk would remove local control over tree removal

A bill on the of desk of Gov. Ron DeSantis would remove local control over tree removal and would signal a major change in The Villages.

Lighting tunnels in the daytime in The Villages too costly for now

It has been determined that an idea for lighting tunnels on the multi-modal paths in the daytime in The Villages is too costly for now.

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