September 13, 2001
Tampa Bay: September 13, 2001
North Pinellas County news
[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
John Hogan, a teacher at Countryside High School, discusses the attacks in his American government class Wednesday.
Schools turn attacks into lessons
Teachers use the assaults as an opportunity to teach students about history and tolerance.
Muslims brace for angry response
Muslims should not be judged according to the bad ones because in every community you will find good ones and bad ones," a Jordan native says.
Attacks leave tourists shaken
Visitors from around the globe say they share Americans' pain. Some are concerned about flying home..
Community has given more than enough
Am I hearing right? Are the Toronto Blue Jays, according to Ken Carson at the last Dunedin City Commission meeting, ashamed of our community's efforts to build baseball facilities here in Dunedin?
Man airs views on garage door
Neighbors complain about the anti-Muslim slogans. Police later take the man into custody under the Baker Act.
Send us your thoughts on tragedy
Tarpon police holds public meeting on grants
TARPON SPRINGS -- The Tarpon Springs Police Department will hold a public meeting tonight to discuss the department's plans for federal community policing grants.
Teats, Maguire enjoy strong start
There's something special about cross country that some runners prefer over road racing and the 400-meter track.
Tampa Bay headlines
Vigils, memorials, events offer hope after attacks
Teachers, students try to cope with tears, fears
Fear is fresh fact of everyday life
Questions, worries fill students' day
Armed forces find many want to enlist
Anger simmers among former N.Y. police officers in Spring Hill
2 brothers: 1 lost, 1 looking
Residents show pride in American flag
Blood donors gladly wait for hours to do their part
Pinellas County to assess voting systems
Tampa braces for stream of traffic to new mall
Palm Harbor couple lose son-in-law
TIA still paralyzed; travelers brace for hassles
Where to donate blood
Mary Jo Melone
Standing. Waiting. Yet doing so much
We may not want what was normal
South Pinellas headlines
Buyer intends to convert YMCA into home
Tests show Red Tide off Pinellas shore
Deputy fatally shoots man during bomb threat inquiry
Sweet comeback is a treat
Second suspect's trial begins in delivery man's death
People seek consolation in their houses of worship
News of Florida
Attack may complicate state budget
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