The 260-room hotel and 140,000-square-foot arena are part of a proposed 2,400-home community and equestrian campus being developed by trucking magnate Larry Roberts in northwest Marion County. Fred Hiers @Hiersnews
Recently released artists renderings of the World Equestrian Center in northwest Marion County provide a visual idea for what the proposed arena and upscale hotel will look like.
Salvation Army kicks off its annual Red Kettle program
Fred Hiers @Hiersnews
If there’s a single image synonymous with holiday charity, it’s the Salvation Army Red Kettle and a uniformed attendant ringing a bell and asking for donations.Thursday was the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Kickoff in Marion County, the nonprofit’s start to its annual signature fundraising effort.
Frank Rolston Friday, 20, is the only suspect, police say
Fred Hiers @Hiersnews
BELLEVIEW — A 19-year-old woman was shot and killed Monday morning, and a man believed to be the 20-year-old suspect shot himself when law officers caught up with him after a long chase.Frank Rolston Friday is the only suspect in the killing of Saraih Dixon at a duplex-style apartment in the 5900 block of Front Street in Belleview.
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