May 5, 2002
Tampa Bay: May 5, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Serenity amid urban hubbub
Clearwater has a well-kept secret: the 4.5-mile East-West Trail running from the Long Center to Safety Harbor.
The pinch-hitting priest
Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski is again called upon to help a Catholic church in trouble. This time, it's in Largo.
For mayor, a week for mending fences
Bob Jackson apologized for an explosion of controversy involving the Bay Area Renaissance Festival, but can he repair the damage?
Hurt gymnast bounces back
The eighth-grader endures surgery and months of rehabilitation, but her passion for the sport fuels her return.
Cleaning up shoreline taught boy about trash
For my fifth-grade class project at Safety Harbor Elementary School, I wanted to do something to make the world a better place.
Give mayor a chance to change
It took a week, but Largo Mayor Bob Jackson finally issued a formal apology late Friday for a comment he made in court Monday that has led to a full-scale revolt by other city commissioners.
Driver hits home of her ex-boyfriend
DUNEDIN -- John Smith was in his bedroom Saturday playing guitar when he heard a loud crackle of snapping tree branches. Through the window, he saw his ex-girlfriend's 1983 Chevrolet van careening through the yard toward his house.
Headlines through the years
Civil defense practice pleases school officials
Pinellas teacher, union leader dies
CLEARWATER -- Don Anders, a teacher who helped organize and lead a strike in 1968, has died at 76. He taught at Mildred Helms Elementary School for 37 years.
North Pinellas notebook
SPC summer camps cover cosmos
Titans are ready to take another crack at state
It took until the second-to-last game of the season, but St. Petersburg College qualified for its sixth straight Florida Community College state baseball tournament.
Tampa Bay headlines
Teacher delivers 'unsettling' speech
Pricey option offers priceless protection
A new era for USF St. Petersburg
3,720 USF grads celebrate commencement success
World War II airmen recall war stories, old comrades
Metro week in review
South Pinellas headlines
Fight against billboards tougher under new law
District to provide shelters for shade
Gibbs High regroups after land is refused
Local officials find fault in bridge planning
School of patience
'Mrs. Santa' sends warm regards
Some Belleair Shore natives overlooked
Car dealership ready to spruce up grounds
Leaders lay ground rules for municipal summit
Planners okay development on horse farm
New council member sworn in
Sickle cell group has spent 30 years helping
Prayer, roadside 'angel' help traveler in distress
When driving, it's safer to avoid drippy eating
It's a new world when home has an anchor
Officials try to green up the Bay Pines Cemetery
Cityhood for Lealman could be real taxing
Signs will remind pupils that riding requires helmets
What's up on campus
Swim programs gain experience, success
Some members welcome one governing body
Woman escapes after being attacked in her van
North of Tampa
Doo Wop Cafe hops, bops back in time
10-year-old gymnast helps team win title
Sickles softball team advances; Chamberlain goes home
College beckons standout swimmer
The week in review
Exchange students exchange ideas
Proposed senior center still looking for a home
Civic Association names new president
Boy honored for actions after crash
Raison d'etre: to write
Liquor store, Beall's to join shopping center
News of Florida
Blacks: Jeb will pay for 2000
Missing girl's caregiver has history of crime
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