Today's News

  • New Year sees Levy's first violent death

    An Inglis man with a string of battery arrests and charges dating back to 1994 is jailed again on felony battery. Only this time, the arrest comes after the death of an Inglis woman witnesses said he attacked on New Year’s Day over a $40 debt.

    Eric L. “Strawberry” Adams, 40, is in Levy County Detention Center under a $500,000 bond. It is Levy County’s first death for 2016 and comes just months after an estranged husband killed three people at an Inglis residence before turning a gun on himself.

  • County Commission Agenda for Tuesday, Jan. 5

    The Levy County Commission meets on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at 9 a.m. in the commission meeting room in the Levy County Courthouse in Bronson. 

    The agenda and supporting documents can be downloaded as PDF files by clicking on the link. 

  • Agenda for Bronson Town Council meeting Jan. 4, 2016

    The Bronson Town Council meets tonight (Monday, Jan. 4) at 7 p.m. in the council meeting room in the Dogan Cobb Building.

    One of the items up for discussion is a porposed animal control ordinance.

  • Art opening for sculptor at Cedar Key Art Center

    There will be an opening reception on Saturday, Jan. 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. for sculptor Leland Williams at the Cedar Key Arts Center. All are invited. Appetizers, drinks and conversation will be available to all.

    Come share a little time with the art community of Cedar Key as we enjoy the art produced by the Florida sculptor and miniature painter Leland Williams and quilter Gayle Wolfe.

  • Putnam offers tips for tree disposal

    As the holiday season comes to a close, Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam encourages Floridians to dispose of Christmas trees safely.

    Dry limbs and needles from discarded Christmas trees can become an ignition source for fire if not properly cleared away from homes and natural areas.

    One way to remove this potential fire hazard is by recycling Christmas trees.

    Many locations offer tree recycling services such as curbside pick-up, recycling centers and mulching programs.

  • House on the Cliff to debut Dec. 31

    By this time of the year, Barbara Leathers should have been resting on her laurels after another successful show by Williston Community Theater's Peanut Patch Players.

    But fate intervened, and instead of reading scripts and getting ready for Christmas, Leathers, one of the founders of Williston's little playhouse, is tackling round two of House on the Cliff, WCT's next production.

    Late in the summer, after minor difficulty casting some roles, the show was in full swing with a full cast.

  • Lighthouse youth save Christmas for Another Way!

    Way to go Youth from the Lighthouse Word Church! They found out that Another Way, our local women’s abuse shelter would have a record number of children there this year for Christmas. So they challenged the congregation to bring in gifts for the children. They did and the youth wrapped them and delivered them. What a blessing!

  • New Years Eve Service at Lighthouse

    Lighthouse Word Church will be having a New Years Eve Service, tonight (Thursday, Dec. 31), starting with food and fellowship at 6:30 p.m.

    The service will start at 7:30 p.m., beginning with praise and worship, followed by a word for the New Year given by the pastoral staff and Evangelist Billy Mayo, and will conclude with receiving communion. Come and start the New Year in the presence of God. A nursery will be available for the service.

  • December 31, 2015 Community Calendar

    Today, Dec. 31

    New Year's Eve


    Library Friends meeting

    The Friends of the Luther Callaway Public Library (FLCPL), the Chiefland branch of the Levy County Public Library System, meet on the second Thursday of the month, except in July and August, at 11 a.m. at the library, 104 N.E. 3rd St., Chiefland.

  • Levy Schools Foundation adds 2 scholarships

    The Suncoast Credit Union Foundation announces its partnership with the Levy County Schools Foundation to offer two $2,000 scholarship awards to high school seniors in Levy County. The Class of 2016, in the communities served by Suncoast Credit Union, have the opportunity to apply for financial support to continue their education thanks to a $100,000 investment in scholarship this year by the Tampa based Credit Union’s Foundation.