January 8, 2003
Howard Troxler: Governor strikes a delicate balance
The tone of Gov. Jeb Bush's second inaugural address Tuesday was striking in its spirituality. It was not lip service, either -- not rah-rah, God-and-country stuff -- but deeper, more introspective.
Man slips onto parked 737 jet
Authorities say the man, wet and disoriented, got on while the jet was parked at St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport.
Proprietor loses to city's propriety
The streetcar system denies the strip club owner's bid to name a station after his Mons Venus club.
School choice notices get delay
There is still data entry work to be done, and board members are rethinking some of the choice policy.
37 picked as semifinalists for St. Petersburg Times Scholarships
Thirty-seven high school seniors have been chosen as semifinalists for the 2003 St. Petersburg Times Scholarship. A total of 229 students from Citrus, Hernando, Pasco, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties applied.
Shelters offer night of warmth
People and pets are going to be shivering this morning, but the plant life should do just fine.
Drug companies offer help to poor
Patients who normally can't afford prescription drugs can get them free or discounted directly from the drug company.
Web posting was wrong, gambling ship company says
Titan Cruise Line officials say they do have financing for a ship.
Board to seek source for higher teacher pay
LARGO -- Later this month, Pinellas School Board members will begin discussing whether to ask voters to tax themselves to pay for higher teacher salaries.
Two teens charged in theft of cremated remains
PALM BAY -- Two teenagers are accused of stealing cremated remains and rosary beads from a Palm Bay cemetery during the weekend.
South Pinellas headlines
Sunken Gardens copying an original
Both sides say they won with sign ruling
Dated mall in Seminole getting new look, Perkins
Connection center openings days away
Lealman leader seeks 'county city' status
Residents want Blush removed from office
Firefighter who broke barriers of race dies
Give fire chief 7% raise, one boss urges
Seminole wary of desalination wells
Magazine lauds All Children's Hospital
Man charged with strangling wife
On the town: Complements to a magical affair
Fire board may shift Lealman meetings
Entranced, a newcomer chronicles her impressions
A Day on the Job: Natural, holistic grooming for pets
In paint, the tales of two cities
Former aide to King will speak at gathering
Babies 0-18 months to compete in Diaper Derby
Director leaves Caymans for TI post
BBC criterium welcomes riders from throughout state
Strong finish makes for good start to year
Business headlines: Cody's plans for opening
Security at BayWalk appreciated
North Pinellas headlines
Injured firefighter sues condo association
Strategy workshops set to discuss city's future
Cove Cay annexation issue draws a crowd
Commission votes for vigil to honor King
Enforcing noise rule just got easier
Tarpon library director to retire
Slowly, ailing boy is on road to hope
Incoming Dunedin mayor unchallenged
Discs in trash lead to porn charge arrest
Police reports: Police ask help identifying pedestrian hit by pickup
Restore the city's marine unit so laws are enforced
Blaze from truck razes warehouse
News of Florida
University boards belie voters' will for change
Historic inaugural focuses on family
Around the state
Boundary dispute slowed response to fatal church fire
Trial of tourism shops owner likely a year away
Crowd follows mother Bush's lead
Governor's daughter allowed to attend ceremony
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