November 6, 2001
Mary Jo Melone
||A hero from Engine Co. 155
A New York firefighter thrills Alexander Elementary students with a visit. Dozens want to grow up to be like him.
[Times photo: Skip O'Rourke]
|Tom Narducci, a New York firefighter and the nephew of the Alexander Elementary School nurse, visits the Town 'N Country school Monday.
Tino, Luis put Tampa on top of the world
Charlie Miranda, Tampa City Council member and son of West Tampa, had quite the dilemma Sunday night. He settled it by giving in.
Lobbyist tops law agency's pay list
A taxpayer-funded agency that defends death row inmates pays the former prosecutor more than its counsels earn.
Another suit filed over gifted program
The lawyer who sued over Plan B in 1999 says the race-based selection system has not changed.
Radio host dies on way to work
SEMINOLE -- Two weeks after his surgery, Carl Metcalf's doctor said it was okay for him to bike the 6 miles to work on Monday morning.
Tampa Bay briefs
Sequoia submits bid to Hillsborough
South Pinellas headlines
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North Pinellas headlines
Cost halts plan to extend trail
Incumbent loses key business supporters
Rookie police officer saves diner's life
Worker burned in fire at store
Bishop Creek restoration set to begin
Apartments would worsen traffic, school crowding
Man gets life in assault of woman, 79
Seminole to push annexation efforts
Houle, Dempsey capture Modified, Outlaw crowns
Misconduct by officers alleged
Ruling on fate of teen rapist gets delayed
News of Florida
Red ink threatens wildlife agency
Diabetes patients miss out on mail program
Study: Stem cells may treat strokes
Justices hear why pigs belong in Constitution
Bush busy courting votes for the budget compromise
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