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April 28, 2002
St. Anthony's Triathlon
[Times photo: Lara Cerri]
Complete coverage of Saturday's St. Anthony's Triathlon in St. Petersburg and today's races in Sports.
Top stories
Trusting in sex offender treatment
TAMPA -- The pedophile scrubs pans in a family bakery and fills his week with church. Tuesday night is Bible study. Wednesday is prayer group. Thursday is choir practice. Sunday is worship.

Suspended priest fights allegations
LUTZ -- The pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church, who was suspended last week from his post by Bishop Robert N. Lynch, denied on Saturday allegations of sexual misconduct 14 years ago, when he was a seminarian.

Neighbors ride herd on Livestock fans
Pasco County deputies are also keeping an eye on the raucous concert crowd in Zephyrhills.

Security breach at TIA leads to lockdown, delays
Security screeners noticed scissors in a bag -- but only after the passenger had already left the checkpoint.

Tampa Bay briefs
Man jumps to death from Skyway bridge

The week in review
Toxic site's watchdog resigns post

South Pinellas headlines
  • Whitted boosters suggest futuristic uses for airport
  • Landowner asks Seminole to annex 44-acre site
  • Homes to move on to quieter lives
  • Boyd Hill staff may be cut from six positions to two
  • State, 2 cities differ on height of drawbridge
  • Pinellas Park halts annexation in Lealman
  • Tierra Verde group supports swimsuits for all
  • Fire fighters receive honor
  • Official: Fill vacancies via election
  • Like father, like son
  • Beaches notebook
  • Heavy use of park leads to talk of parking lots
  • Sign up nonswimmers Wednesday
  • New skatepark will require protective pads
  • New law lets Lealman keep fire tax funds
  • Three humanitarians celebrated at banquet
  • DOT details design for Bayway bridge
  • Who keeps account of roadside debris?
  • Don't worry if your tot's not a computer whiz kid
  • Official okay after traffic mishap
  • Hinesley backs new Lealman if rule changed
  • Let our thoughts turn to how to treat trees
  • City foresees cuts in services and jobs
  • What's up on campus
  • UF senior Sobieraj covers lot of ground
  • Sport Bowling gives tourney a challenge
  • Valentine's hard work pays off in Boston

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Abuse of pets still unnerves owners
  • Missing Mac
  • Want to comment? You'll have to wait
  • 'Mud Man' took the shine out of baseball
  • Life of joy -- without smiles
  • In difficult role, Aungst has found success
  • Florida senior Sobieraj covers a lot of ground
  • NBC's Tom Brokaw assigns healing to younger generation
  • Headlines through the years
  • Swiftmud will treat plant infestations in Lake Tarpon

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Key contributor's wallet closed so far
  • Nature puts on show for groundbreaking
  • Buckhorn has early lead for mayor, union's third poll of voters shows

  • North of Tampa
  • Town meeting focuses on development
  • Church proposes $1-million project
  • Tensions rise from school's use of park
  • Week in Review
  • Tennis aces easily head to state tourney
  • Virtual learning can open a whole world of lessons
  • Vaulting champion visualizes the victory
  • It's less lonely at the top for tennis star
  • New, larger Publix sets opening for midsummer
  • Oldsmar lands $150,000 to develop Mobbly Bayou
  • Calusa Trace residents warily watch Wal-Mart
  • A gilt for grief turns to lifelong collection
  • Threat of terrorism is costly, police say
  • Civic board's lesson is justice
  • Community attorney's job may be on the line
  • Neighborhood Notebook

  • News of Florida
  • Broward Power
  • Bankruptcy, ill will plague Bryant
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