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April 14, 2002
Billy's TV tour de force fades into day of classes
[Times photo: Carrie Pratt]
The 14-year-old movie critic returns to Seminole Middle School after his trip to New York.
Top stories
Nader rips away at corporate giants
At the eighth of his "super rallies," the 2000 Green Party candidate sticks to his message: big corporations have corrupted America.

USF group cushions transition from India
Spicy aromas, Hindi conversation and cricket greet Indian students, courtesy of a student group. So more come.

Bishop to review priests' records
The prelate is telling area Catholics that he wants to ensure that sexual misconduct allegations were handled properly.

The week in review
Cranes wing it as they head home

South Pinellas headlines
  • Schools' choice is clear: find a wa
  • Seminole to improve dangerous junction
  • Billy's TV tour de force fades into day of classes
  • Gulf Beaches Library plans derailed
  • Shakespeare in Park a hit -- sprinkles and all
  • Veteran officer takes reins as school chief
  • SPB City Hall is open for business, almost
  • Resident blames mayor for division
  • Pinellas Park votes to end isolation
  • Pothole on 66th Street has finally been patched
  • Baby names can evoke a range of emotions
  • Largo needs library on festival site
  • Waves of pride, nostalgia, fun flow at Festival of States Parade
  • Ghosts of gas stations past
  • What's up on campus
  • Happy Workers day care wins $10,000 grant
  • Botanical Gardens to host Earth Fest
  • Branching out
  • Chamber council honors 3 outstanding women
  • Archaeologists watch work near historic park
  • Festival to amass the tallest of masts
  • 3 Redingtons may split services, cost of consultant
  • Kiwanis Club to make every kid a swimmer
  • Beaches notebook
  • Neighbors hear, weigh Fossil Park plans
  • Area gymnasts make national appearances
  • Wheelchair tourney shows challenges
  • County runners ready for Boston Marathon

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Anything for Ed
  • Not everyone appreciates potty humor
  • Stauffer study to look at sinkhole risk
  • Drive-in may bring malts, carhops to Oldsmar
  • Clearwater will decide recreational priorities
  • Don't let fear stop projects downtown

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Thousands apply coats of kindness
  • Military news

  • North of Tampa
  • Open & Shut
  • A virtuoso visits
  • Revised plan sent to hearing master
  • Seven rivals reveal war chests
  • Sharing the roadway means sharing the fix
  • New Essrig principal a familiar face
  • Schools roundup
  • Benito student wages war on bacteria
  • Sickles, Chamberlain softball continue to roll
  • Neighbors split on where center should be
  • Road work brings peace to some
  • Hospital benefits from community 'chair'ity
  • Emergency response to get cinematic practice
  • Rottweilers kill neighbor's dogs
  • Neighborhood Notebook
  • Week in Review

  • News of Florida
  • Convention buzz builds around McBride
  • Gruntin' and gathering
  • Gore shows Florida Democrats he's back
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