February 20, 2003
The man in the dry cleaning store had a man's mostly pressed shirt draped over a mannequin. With one long tube he waved a water-filled hose over the shirt. Water would get out the last tiny wrinkles. Then, he swiftly pulled the shirt off the mannequin -- without disturbing the perfect press -- and hung it up so it could be bagged and sent out.
Dress code might be due some alterations
The School Board will hash out what kids must wear for two key events.
Astronaut shares a rare perspective
Proud to be an astronaut
Kindly woman, 82, attacked in home
TAMPA -- Jewel Prater has long been the neighborhood's grandmother.
Alzheimer's research director leaves USF
The resignation follows an investigation into sexual harassment allegations. With the move, the university loses millions of dollars and dozens of scientists.
Visiting TIA? Pull over, open up
Because of the higher terror alert, even vehicles that are just dropping off or picking up passengers may be searched.
Obituary: Elders' ally Ruth Jacobs dies
A nurse by profession, she championed seniors' rights in leadership roles with several groups.
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