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  1. Aging computers flagged in Hillsborough schools, including one running COBOL


    TAMPA — Got COBOL? The Hillsborough County School District does.

    Programmers at the console of a UNIVAC I, which made use of COBOL or "common business-oriented language. The code was devised in 1959 to run on more than one manufacturer's computer and is still in use today at the Hillsborough County School District. [National Museum of American History]
  2. Principal shuffle continues among elementary schools


    Three more Pasco County elementary schools will be getting new principals, with another round of shifts announced this week.

  3. Pinellas college notebook: USFSP celebrates Pulitzer winner, Eckerd presents its 'Human Library'


    USFsp honors Pulitzer-winning alum

    An alumnus of the journalism program at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg was named a Pulitzer Prize winner in Investigative Reporting this month. Eric Eyre, who got his master's degree in mass communication at USFSP in 1998, won journalism's top award for his …