Local News

  • Levy schools closed Thursday
  • Summary of the city's strategic plan

    This is Williston's plan for the future. Questions or comments should be directed to city hall at (352) 528-3060.

  • Judge Browning tells the beginning and end of his fitness plan

    By Ashley Andresen

    Contributing Writer

    Levy County Judge James “Tim” Browning was the guest speaker at the Suwannee Valley Rotary Club on June 23 and while he spoke on the serious topic of the death penalty in Florida being in a state of flux, he also chose to share a personal experience – a “let me tell you what happened to me story.”

  • Early voting ends Saturday

    If you have not voted yet, get moving. 

    While more than 3,100 people have cast ballots as of Tuesday, one week before the actual primary election day of Aug. 30, it may not be enough. 

    Levy County Supervisor of Elections Tammy Jones said she is hoping for a 40 percent voter turnout. 

  • Chiefland Mayor Teal Pomeroy dies at 42

    The search for Chiefland Mayor Teal Pomeroy, who went diving alone on Friday afternoon, ended sadly with the recovery of his body on Sunday morning. Throughout the weekend the community prayed for a better ending for the husband and father of two young boys. 

    On Monday, the family announced plans for the funeral on Saturday, August 27, at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Chiefland. There will be a visitation from 2:30 to 4 p.m.

  • City hall top priority for council

     By Carolyn Ten Broeck

    After months of discussions and two extended workshops where residents were encouraged to add their ideas, the report for the future of Williston was unveiled last week to the city council.

    Professional facilitator Marilyn Crotty summarized what both council and residents brainstormed and put it into a report listing goals and objectives.

    Topping that list is the goal to develop a new city hall.

  • Full Text of Amendment 4

    Here is the full text of the Aug. 30 amendment question:

    Solar Devices or Renewable Energy Source Devices; Exemption From Certain Taxation and Assessment

    Ballot Summary:

  • Chapter 48 of the Code of Ordinances

    Please review and make your voice heard to the Williston Board of Adjustment and Code Enforcement.

  • Amendment 4 will be on your Aug. 30 ballot

    From the League of Women Voters of Florida

    Amendment 4

    Tax Exemption On Renewable Energy Devices

    Source: The Florida Legislature

  • Calling all runners

     Hunting for a Cure

    The Run to Stomp Sarcoma will host the 3rd Annual benefit fundraiser, Hunting for a Cure, Saturday, Sept. 17 at 8 a.m. in Williston’s Heritage Park.

    The 5K run through Williston is the brainchild of cancer survivor Paige Douglas.

    Registration is at 7 a.m. that morning and the entry fee is $20 for those who pre-register; $25 if you wait until the morning of the run. All those who pre-register will receive a free T-shirt.