September 14, 2001
Life's routines press in on grief
By Thursday morning at Dave's, which is a diner on Dr. M.L. King (Ninth) Street N in St. Petersburg, the television that had temporarily occupied the left end of the countertop after the attack was returned to its proper place.
Mary Jo Melone
Fear haunts our neighbors, the ones who practice Islam
There will be no school today at the Islamic Academy of Florida. Fear has closed it.
Gabrielle sends up hurricane watches
Even with the slow-moving tropical storm expected to hit near Sarasota, Hillsborough officials close schools today.
Cancellations and postponements
More vigils, fund drives planned
In light of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania, several prayer services and memorials have been scheduled. Nonprofit groups are trying to raise money to help victims and their families. What follows is a list of some of those events.
Muslims feel local backlash
After some vandalism against homes and businesses, Tampa Bay area Muslims are growing fearful.
Tampa Bay briefs
Wrong-way driver dies in head-on collision
South Pinellas headlines
St. Petersburg council okays tax rate, budget
North Pinellas headlines
Mayor Aungst to seek new term
Police: Arson destroys home
Ridgecrest center is closed and in the red
Honored Greek folk musician dies
Couple face questioning in boy's injuries
Report: Give EPA monitor freedom
Hospital needs to care about neighbors' needs
Start of season bowls 'em over in Pinellas league
Ammunition discovery shuts down East Bay
Flower of youth
Visit to question man quickly turns deadly
Mall's leases were roundly criticized
7 sentenced for drug smuggling
International Plaza opens with freshly trained troops
News of Florida
Attack suspects blended into suburbia
A trail of contradictions
Ethics complaint filed over Crist's free plane flight
Leon official resigns state job
Fasano resigns as House majority leader
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