March 15, 2002
||Special ed classes staying put
[Times photo: Jamie Francis]
The superintendent decides that 26,000 special education students and their teachers will remain in their current schools.
Lots of blame for everyone in child abuse case fiasco
In case you missed it, the state of Florida just had to fire the private outfit that was handling a huge backlog of child abuse cases.
ATHEIST tag wins reprieve
The brouhaha over the tag has provoked the agency to form a committee to review all potentially banned tags.
Blocking gene may aid marrow transplants
Turning off the gene in mice vastly broadens the pool of marrow donors. Next question: Will it work in people?
Desalination plant buyout gathers steam
Several Tampa Bay Water officials support finishing the plant on their own. Developers insist they can get the job done.
Tactics prompt investigation of dance studios
With claims of high- pressure pitches lodged by women who spent large sums on lessons, officials open case.
Aisenberg lawyer reveals intent to sue
He contends authorities conspired to frame the couple in the disappearance of their infant daughter, Sabrina.
Leaders meet to focus on better race relations
ELLENTON -- About 70 community leaders from the Tampa Bay area gathered at a conference center in Ellenton on Thursday for what organizers hoped would be a frank discussion on race relations.
Tampa FBI joins hunt for suspect
Agents believe Laren Sims, wanted in Tampa on other charges, poisoned her husband.
Dunedin man accused of bilking investors
TAMPA -- Federal authorities have filed criminal charges against a Dunedin man accused of bilking millions of dollars from the clients of an investment company he ran.
Tampa Bay briefs
Dunedin man charged in investment scam
South Pinellas headlines
City lifts suspension of Pasco developer
Council gets peek at Albert Whitted plans
North Pinellas headlines
North Pinellas digest
Wheelchairs to aid beachgoers
City begins talks to buy gas station property
Ex-chamber president held in arson case
Will commission live happily ever after?
Tarpon Springs High rejoices
Tarpon Springs debates referendum questions: Con
Tarpon Springs debates referendum questions: Pro
Clearwater association completes city tourney
Students buy flags, earn extra credit
Balloon fest a victim of safety concerns, insurance costs
THAP's bills for housing checked
Nightclub plans get makeover
Former boxing regulator's ethics case dragging on
North of Tampa
Hives fade along with anxiety of FCAT
Area teams shine at state meet
Wharton upsets rivals to capture relay prize
Out and About
Electronics business banks on charity; enjoying the payoff
Special tax district hires new manager
Upgrade will preserve road's rural nature
Skaters' dream moves closer
Going where God tells them
South Tampa City Times
Oh, so hip
Colonnade waitress has luck on her side
No place for this billboard
Starting young at socializing
Another Starbucks? Rumor mill says its so
He left his mark on the city
'Golden boy' was everyday hero to pals
Get your skating right here
The roots of learning
Should historic neighborhood get hip?
Collectors' purchases play part in restoration
Home for elderly clears a hurdle
Coffee shop brewing at waterfront apartments
Festival to highlight islands life
News of Florida
House passes tax breaks
U.S. fraud suit targets ex-partner of Jeb Bush
Barbara Bush shares her humor
Court keeps slot machines off the ballot
Senate budget looking more like House's
Parents, staff fault 2 schools with vouchers
The legislature in brief
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