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August 22, 2002

Officials probing jail death mystery
The Sheriff's Office and jail authorities are interviewing people to find out what happened to Antonio Lewis Franklin.

Another hitch develops in flag-raising project
The Inverness City Council votes 4-0 to require project volunteers to sign a liability waiver. Some say they won't.

Well tests find lead; source unknown
Officials say groundwater does not appear contaminated near two landfills. The problem might be in piping.

City manager: Strife is 'draining'
Once thought of as Crystal River's great hope, Phil Lilly says the micromanagement and suspicion are a big part of the job. His wife tells the council she wants him to quit.

Beating victim describes night of blood and terror
Linda Varone tells how she was savagely beaten with a shovel and of her struggle to help her husband against the attacker.

Unsung Maggiore just wants chance
Matt Maggiore had modest statistics in high school.

Citrus coaching staff will have some kick
Youthful new leader is expected to bring excitement to the boys program.

Students' Outback field trip hits the spot
INVERNESS -- The 12 homeschool students were gathered recently in the Inverness Outback Steakhouse parking lot at 11:30 a.m., about to visit another local restaurant for an Epicurean Club outing.

Two for the road
An English teacher at the Academy of Environmental Science set out to cross the country with his bike and a stuffed crane.

Teacher returns to nomadic ways
An art teacher uses his bicycle to explore the southeast United States and finds kindness in strangers.


Other North Suncoast news
  • PHCC's enrollment soars
  • 29-mile Suncoast Trail gains national recognition
  • 2-year-old girl battling encephalitis
  • School buses roll again through Brookridge
  • Woman details events that led up to rape investigation
  • Leopards have less time to prepare for Wildcats
  • Former runner's road leads to VMI position
  • Briefly
  • Word by word
  • RSVP sends seniors back to school as volunteers
  • School board activity

  • Letters
  • Officials, not victim, have credibility problem
  • Sheriff's answers ring hollow to mother
  • Deputies, jail inmates chip in to tear down mountain of rubbish
  • Clark target of an ethics complaint
  • Diary complaints get response
  • Cooke takes training on the road
  • County ready to accept bids
  • Team hits stride early
  • Qualifying first step to Open
  • Late book? Better have good story
  • Democrat McCart to join House race
  • Armed man robs gas station
  • Several children injured when bus, SUV collide
  • Man, 20, accused of having sex with girl, 13
  • Teenager killed in 4-wheeler accident
  • Businesses seek relief from rules
  • Edna McGinnis, 107, shared her memories

  • Editorial
  • County officials shortsighted on traffic woes

  • Letters
  • Do the math; police merger makes sense

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