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2000: A YEAR IN REVIEW

THE MAN WHO COULDN'T READ NOW CAN, AND TAKES ORDERS BY PHONE AT THE PUBLIX DELI. MR. GREEN DEVIL IS GONE, BUT HIS SPIRIT IS NOT AT ST. PETERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL.

She was accused of stealing an umbrella and used a videotape to show her innocence, but her troubles aren't over. Wal-Mart finally succeeds in its efforts to bring a Supercenter to South Pinellas. Bubba the parrot, accused (falsely, says his owner) of using words we cannot print, is no longer the subject of complaints. These are among the stories we revisit as the year ends.

PLEASE SEE STORIES, PAGES 14-17

A bronze statue of Galatea, an ideal of Greek beauty, stunned visitors to South Pasadena. The statue is a focal point of a Greek-styled public garden.

Little remains of Jordan Park in St. Petersburg, a public housing complex that stood west of 22nd Street S for 60 years.

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