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    • Firing back

        For more than 12 years Chris Lindamood earned high marks from bosses who rated her legal work in the...
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    • Gimme shelter or gimme cash

        City officials anxious to turn over the 1,100-acre Naval Training Center property to a developer sel...
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    • Weeding out the propaganda

        The pot summit was a free, invitation-only call-to-arms to 400 drug warriors -- at state expenseBe...
    • Last chance for a slow dance?

        The male detective and the scantily clad woman slow-danced in a circle, his wide girth limiting the ...
    • Orlando gambles on Chicago money

        As city officials and principals in Orlando Partners scrambled over the past week to nail down the f...
    • City Council relies on base instinct

        Despite lingering questions, the Orlando City Council took a decisive step Monday toward picking the...
    • Doing a job on the farmworkers

        Orlando's own legislative power trust, Rep. Dan Webster and Sen. Toni Jennings, posed last week with...
    • An absentee vote for redistricting

        Once again, a District 5 election came down to the candidate able to collect the most absentee ballo...
    • An absentee vote for redistricting

        Once again, a District 5 election came down to the candidate able to collect the most absentee ballo...
    • Food Fight

        Amid the visual clutter of Aloma Avenue near Lakemont Avenue in Winter Park, the billboard may be ha...
    • The world according to Gates

        Bil Gates promises 'enviable jobs,' overlooking the fact that MicroSoft leads the way in filling its...
    • Prisoners to pay to play

        In return for permission to participate in special programs, Orange County jail prisoners soon will ...
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    • Orlando out of commission

        The Orlando Area Sports Commission is now the Central Florida Sports Authority, because Orlando woul...
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    • The political beat goes on

        The Downtown Business Coalition's first foray into city politics ended with mixed results for its ch...
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    • Prison correction

        Traditional programs aren't working. Should we give churches a chance?For 22 years, Karl Holsberg,...
    • Rabid representation

        'I think the bill sets a dangerous precedent. How many groups or professionals are going to get in l...
    • McCollum's money matters

        Remember the "screaming granny" TV commercial? U.S. Rep. Bill McCollum, R-Longwood, does. It helped ...
    • Is Marsa off the dance floor?

        Jon Marsa, the nightclub owner who came to personify the opposition to Mayor Glenda Hoodâ??s push to s...
    • City avoids its day in court

        The city has dropped its panhandling case against Henry L. Coulter, the homeless man who -- in excha...
    • Nudists try naked aggression

        Tired of being carted off Playalinda Beach in handcuffs, the Central Florida Naturists are asking a ...
    • Slamming with Ammerman

        Dack Cole knew he would be fighting an uphill battle as the lone challenger facing Orlandoâ??s incumbe...
    • The politics of Parramore

        As star football players at Jones High School, Nap Ford and Edward "Zip" Clark battled opponents sid...
    • Piercing politics

        Once again, health authorities are slicing up the proposed legislation that would regulate body pier...
    • City guards its milion-dollar lot

        Henry Lewis Coulter is a professional panhandler. To differentiate himself from other panhandlers do...

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