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Ericson, Edward Jr.

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    • Decisions, decisions

        In a building in Westwood, Mass., sits a room with a computer on which more than 20 million files wa...
    • Decisions, decisions

        In a building in Westwood, Mass., sits a room with a computer on which more than 20 million files wa...
    • Kids first

        We're No. 1! A study by the Palm Beach Post says Florida leads the nation in trying and incarceratin...
    • Hood wink

        God love Tom Levine. As a politician, he's not the least bit practical. But at least he's got passio...
    • Dead man talking

        No one said Florida should cease killing people. Indeed, the attorney who seeks to end the state's u...
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    • Looking for the waste

        The state and Orlando Sentinel have agreed to embark on a search for buried waste barrels in an atte...
    • Too much to take in

        As the Cassini space probe nears Saturn and its moons, researchers will be flooded with fresh data. ...
    • Heroics no more

        On Aug. 18, engineers and flight control specialists at NASA will fire small rockets aboard the Cas...
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    • Government shutdown

        Jim Hannon is having fun with democracy. The thin, wild-haired part-time security guard and Internet...
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    • Water torture

        The dead guy was hard to get. It was 6 a.m. Tuesday, July 6, and Sea World employees were horrified...
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    • Division problems in public schools

        Faye Arndt's professional epiphany began with an advertisement she heard in 1996 on WKES-FM, a St. P...
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    • Built-up anger

        He is a man on a mission. He is a buster of perceived corruption. He is his own lawyer.Tom Kelly i...
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    • Preserve in a jam

        Clarence Hoenstine is trying to create a park and nature trail in east Orange County. People want it...
    • Road tested

        Dennis McGuire's high-pitched Long Island twang rings across the parking lot at Palm Valley, a mobil...
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    • Breading contempt

        On the first day Stephen Little went to work at the Merita Bread bakery on Division Street, there wa...
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    • Breading contempt

        On the first day Stephen Little went to work at the Merita Bread bakery on Division Street, there wa...
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    • Come out and clay

        One of the cooler ways to enjoy playing with clay is to allow someone else to do the muddy part for ...
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    • Occupation hazards

        David Senes Rodriguez was standing guard just outside the observation tower at Camp Garcia, a U.S. M...
    • Halls of injustice?

        Two Howard Middle School teachers buttonhole Principal Paul Flores in the hallway outside his office...
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    • Club takes artistic license

        Club Juana bills itself as "the finest in adult entertainment," with 11:30 a.m. happy hours and ple...
    • Neighborhood watch

        Pastor John Beasley is hopeful about a meeting at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 23, at Ward Chapel. A Winter Pa...
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    • Club takes artistic license

        Club Juana bills itself as "the finest in adult entertainment," with 11:30 a.m. happy hours and ple...
    • Chemical case shut, sealed

        Just a few days after an Orlando Weekly article reported surprising new claims in a seven-year lawsu...
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    • Control group

        The American ideal is virginity until about age 26. That's the $80 million message resonating, with ...
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    • Abandoned hopes

        The worst thing, says Ray Cox, is the hypocrisy. Here's the city of Orlando, which for 10 years foug...
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