July 2, 2000
DNA mapping will make life interesting
||Hospital takes heart
[Times photo: Steve Hasel]
The state gave Citrus Memorial the go-ahead for an open-heart program, and administrators are hopeful other hospitals' challenges will fall short.
The world as we know it changed last Monday with the announcement that scientists have mapped most of the DNA information that directs how the body is built and operates. Those in the know rank this as one of the greatest achievements in the history of mankind.
Lush lawns thriving on season's rain
Lakes and canals, however, face a more difficult recovery.
Finally, a home of her own
Victoria Henry, mother of two, will leave her mother's apartment to join other homeowners in a new low-income development.
Ex-judge says he cares, but actions speak louder
Gary Graham is fascinated with pennies.