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Glenda Hood

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  • Profile: Georgia Nell Woodley

    About a week before Georgia Nell Woodley died, Ann Brown stopped by the house on Lee Avenue to visit. It was not unusual for people to come by unannounced to see Georgia Nell. They came not only to see her, but to find out what was going on in...
  • Charley's wake leaves long lines, short fuses

    Luckily, as the father of a baby and 5-year-old, I'm used to cold showers and little sleep. . . . So a guy was at the gas pump with a long line behind him. He pumped his gas, and then went in the convenience store and spent several minutes getting...
  • Death toll, cleanup costs still mounting

    As Floridians faced their second week of living with the aftermath of Hurricane Charley, hundreds of thousands spent their eighth night without electricity, and the hurricane's death toll and cost estimates of the cleanup continued to climb. Statewide,...
  • Early voting starts despite storm damage

    Forgetting the fallen magnolia tree and the damage to the roof of his Orlando home caused by Hurricane Charley, Richard Haury voted Friday in the primary election. Encouraged by reports that Secretary of State Glenda Hood, a former Orlando mayor, voted...
  • Gambling foes start anti-slots campaign through e-mails, voter guides

    Activists involved in the March 8 referendum on slot-machine gambling launched a counterattack this week with e-mail blasts and voter guides responding to the pari-mutuel industry that so far has dominated debate. The Broward County Council of Parent-...
  • 2004 Most Powerful People in Central Florida

    We're down to the final day of Taking Names' ranking of The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida. When we started tallying ballots, our panel of 15 plugged-in and diverse judges cast more than 375 votes for more than 140 people. Now we're down...