Get to know us: Julie B. Maglio

Julie and her son Max on a hike

Julie B. Maglio is not just the editor of the Hernando Sun. She also owns and publishes the paper. She has learned the newspaper business on the job and is becoming very knowledgeable on full truck ads, above the fold, and all things related to the business.

Julie is from a family of artists and is pretty accomplished as a large oils and mixed media painter. Her artistic talents were displayed in some of the earlier papers in the form of cartoons, but currently are only displayed in portions of the layout and some of the ads.

Teddy Toye, from Spring Hill to Broadway

By Sabrina Sivert

Many people dream of performing on Broadway, but for Teddy Toye, from Spring Hill, this dream is a reality. 

When Teddy was 18 months old, he sang at the Strawberry Festival where he shocked the audience singing “Minnie the Moocher” an old Cab Calloway song and “Great Balls of Fire,” by Jerry Lee Lewis, without missing a word or beat.  At two years old Teddy stepped on stage with his father Eddie Toye, a musician, and he quickly fell in love with the musical world.