Tampa Bay: March 20, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Dunedin store sells winner
DUNEDIN -- It's not unusual to hear employees at the Dodge's Store in Dunedin brag about plump pieces of fried chicken they dish out in their signature bright yellow boxes.
Share your thoughts about library plans
Teenager says stabbing was self-defense
Police are still trying to figure out what prompted a fight that left a Largo High student hospitalized.
Largo may buy up flood prone homes
Razing the homes is cheaper than fixing the flood causes, and will help insurance rates.
Suicidal man shot after pointing gun at girlfriend
Authorities had been told the man had a gun and threatened to use it on deputies if they tried to stop him.
Archer wins, issues stomped
While the incumbent wins handily, the commission's referendums all fall except the land purchase.
Jays state case on stadium costs
As our 26th season opens, the Blue Jays thank Pinellas County residents and welcome our fans to another March of spring training at Grant Field in Dunedin. We hope you will be proud of the newly renovated facilities. While the path to get here was a rocky one, the Jays have remained steadfast in our commitment to support the community and provide you with improved entertainment facilities.
Molester breaks rule, gets probation
LARGO -- A millionaire heir to the Thompson submachine gun fortune who is a convicted child molester pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that he failed to register with police as a sex offender.