May 23, 2000
|School's outlook brightens
[Times photo: Brian Tietz]
Instead of a funding shortfall, the Academy of Environmental Science will likely break even and enrollment may rise.
Refuge greets deer and manatee
HOMOSASSA SPRINGS -- The Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park has received two new residents in recent days, representatives of two of the most endangered species in Florida: a manatee and a key deer.
||Deputies identify dead woman
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Citrus County sheriff's deputies released the identity of the Ocala woman found dead at the Cross Florida Barge Canal on Saturday after making contact with her mother late Monday.
Watering rules may be altered
INVERNESS -- Citrus County officials may end the confusion over watering restrictions once and for all today as they consider a new watering schedule and a new set of penalties for those who water their lawns and plants out of turn.
Bar wants civility again in civics
The Florida Bar launches a campaign to encourage respect between elected officials and the public and keep political debates from turning personal.
Why get so tongue-tied over street's new name?
Strange thing about changing street names when race is involved.
Brockett wins, Royal survives in half-Ironman
Bob Brockett captures his age division while Phil Royal's doubts turn to excited optimism as he finishes the Gulf Coast Triathlon.