November 1, 2000
Crowd soaks up HMO plans' details
||Stroke victim Egan fulfills his son's wish
[Times photo: Maurice Rivenbark]
Central senior David Egan watches his father walk to him on the field in celebrating perhaps the quarterback's final home game. "It meant the world to me," the younger Egan says.
About 400 people gather to question the federal agency that oversees Medicare.
State: Hopeful's firm not insured
Seascape Custom Homes, owned by County Commission candidate William "Alonzo" Merritt, must have proof of workers' compensation insurance by Thursday or face fines.
Style, perspective separate rivals
One's ideas for school change run broad and deep; the other's are more narrowly defined.
Educators' dollars fuel race for board
As campaign war chests go, the $6,120 that School Board candidate Shannon Laviano has put together is relatively meager. But she thinks the people behind the money say a great deal about her candidacy.
Mother sues county, McDonald's for death of 20-year-old daughter
The idea of disciplining departing teachers is wrong
Editor: Re: Look for ways to keep teachers, Oct 26 letter to the editor:
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Aiken better of 2 weak candidates in District 5
While the other two races for County Commission seats have presented voters with the opportunity to choose between worthy candidates, the showdown in District 5 is underwhelming.
Loss puts Pirates at pivotal point
Central (7-2) will travel to Crystal River on Friday night with hopes of handing the Pirates (7-1) their second loss.
Leopards brace for 'Canes
In preparing for Friday's district showdown with Citrus, Hernando has been working hard to be able to recognize the Hurricanes' offensive formations.
Democratic rally held in front of NAACP
Kitchen fire damages home