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July 19, 2002
Seeking a home in key of charm
[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
Florida Orchestra's incoming leader seeks comfort where he lives and a sense of adventure in music.

Howard Troxler

Let 2000's battlefield be a staging area in 2004
Here's how it should go.

Top stories
Tainted donor blood infects two with HIV
It is only the second case of infection by transfusion in America since better testing started in 1999.
Is blood supply safe?
Blood bank received warning letters from FDA
Blood bank is main supplier
When you donate blood

3 bodies found after danger call
A woman calls from a boat in Hernando's Centipede Bay. Authorities find her, her husband and mother-in-law dead.

Tampa glories over choice
Making the short list to host the GOP's 2004 convention leads to much back-slapping, but few details about the costs.
Newspapers' takes

Depths detail bay's beginnings
Scientists examining Tampa Bay's origins recover samples of early deposits in the bay. "We're really stretching back into deep time," says a USF professor.

9/11 loosens grip on TIA services
Cuts due to terrorism should be restored by October. The comeback is outpacing most airports.

Pretrial motions delay judge's trial
The California criminal trial of Pasco-Pinellas Circuit Judge Charles W. Cope has been delayed until the end of September as lawyers deal with pretrial motions in the case, said Lisa Poll, a Monterey County deputy district attorney.

USF aims to improve second-graders' reading skills
The program, funded by a grant from the Verizon Foundation, will help develop new teaching strategies.

South Pinellas headlines
  • Movie recreates Skyway tragedy

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Firefighters ask city for help
  • $300,000 to help treat child trauma
  • Longtime principal dies at 72
  • Peril all around, turtles start trek
  • Help wanted: media handler
  • EPA, critics clash over credibility at hearing
  • Celebrating her 104th year makes for special birthday
  • Bedfords: Youth success to grow with relocation
  • Navy firefighter earns top award
  • Madonna didn't take this 'Holiday'
  • Largo to roll out red carpet for new SPC campus
  • Largo considers City Hall proposal

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Black law enforcement officers to meet in Tampa
  • Dong Phuong Oriental Food to close its doors
  • K-Bar told to put in 4 roads to join city
  • Military news
  • Clinic manager accused of theft

  • City Times
  • Life's way of piling up on you
  • A park for the city
  • Chains vs. charm
  • Old friends and more
  • Carved illusions
  • Geometric enchantment
  • How does your garden grow?
  • Lampe Berger
  • Options for saving old house fall short
  • It's noted: Asian eats on the way?
  • His two roles in life: doctor and dad
  • Bin there, dumped that: Recycling policy criticized
  • Road at Tampa Airport honors pioneering black female aviator
  • Relocations packed with perks a thing of the past
  • Dissent won't stall traffic fix
  • Taking root in Ybor City

  • North of Tampa
    Marlene Sokol
  • Ironing out clutter isn't in the cards
  • On course with nature
  • Freedom will offer Navy ROTC program
  • Court agreement silences outspoken homeowner
  • Nature lover keeps tabs on wildlife of suburbs
  • Local actors wait in the wings together
  • A helping hand from 'guv'na'
  • Citrus Park reclaimed water storage tank leaking
  • Northwest Boys & Girls Club finds a home
  • Sports digest

  • Letters
  • Slow down and think about the kids

  • News of Florida
  • Profilers warm to killer's trail
  • Is blood supply safe?
  • Tainted donor blood infects two with HIV
  • Judge rejects felons' voting rights suit
  • Attorney general race may grow
  • GOP: Teachers' McBride ad illegal
  • Caseworkers to shift into backlogged DCF districts
  • Blood bank received warning letters from FDA
  • Blood bank is main supplier
  • When you donate blood
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