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April 5, 2002
Aquarium boss knows the territory
[Times photo: Fraser Hale]
Thomas Stork worked in Tampa for 25 years and always planned on returning.
Howard Troxler
Under cloak of decency, there's a rip in free speech
Let's all drop whatever we're doing and come out against indecency.

Top stories
Pint-sized surgery
All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg has new equipment that makes less invasive surgery possible for pint-sized patients.

Escaped prisoner knew system well
Jail officials said the escape of the dangerous inmate "was facilitated by human error."

Files on abusive priests kept confidential
The Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg says it has no plans to follow the lead of other dioceses and release information on abuse complaints.

Author: America owes for slavery
At USF, Randall Robinson says the nation should compensate the descendants of slaves.

South Pinellas headlines
  • Council disappointed by Davis' Midtown report
  • Teacher activist seeks at-large seat on Pinellas School Board

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Lightning likely cause of apartment fire
  • Mother killed, 2 daughters hurt in crash
  • Land buys will move projects forward
  • Pinellas digest
  • Decisions seen as beginning, not end
  • Fallen soldier won't be forgotten
  • PhilFest 2002 offers a great party
  • Attorney disputes judge's limits
  • Application of the law is not always just
  • Clearwater city commission digest
  • Adopt A School program is striking lots of interest
  • Clearwater company faulted in death
  • Happenings
  • New stamp's design to be introduced in Clearwater

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Access equaled opportunity

  • City Times - South Tampa
  • A birthday for baby
  • Building a new life on an old design
  • Spare the rod, moron
  • Sowing seeds for Plant Hall
  • Music is her key to life
  • Datebook
  • Big Green Eggs
  • Know it or not, they live in Sun Bay Sout
  • Music fans met Fridays
  • Having a wine old time
  • Vacant sign ready to come down at plaza
  • Singing a song of character
  • Growing to prominence
  • A life on the sea ends prematurely
  • Liveaboards, city to meet about permanent moorings

  • North of Tampa
  • Neighbors, ecologists debate lakeside buffer zones
  • 'Tabling' through turbulent times on the USF campus
  • Communal bliss
  • Sickles comes alive during tournament
  • Musicians, composers celebrate earth, poetry
  • Savoring New Tampa
  • Westchase garage doors open Saturday
  • PhilFest 2002 offers everyone a great party
  • Neighborhood associations join forces
  • The slower the better, these fitness trainers say
  • The wisdom of a master
  • A play date with daddy
  • Neighborhood notebook
  • Deputy points to signs a gang is trying to take root

  • News of Florida
  • Bush signs billboard compensation bill into law
  • Study hints at decade of gains for manatees
  • Bush disavows group, tactics
  • Supreme Court rules against appraiser
  • Religion, class size stir up school bill
  • Battling sides unite over phone bill subsidy plan
  • Press a state stamp on your next letter
  • Fuel leak postpones shuttle launch
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