May 24, 2002
If Peter pays his taxes, shouldn't Paul Inc.?
Since bashing the governor and Legislature the other day for cutting Florida's corporate income tax, I have been bashed in turn by a whole raft of smart people. It is fun. They say, in essence:
Speculator tried to block apartments
Connolly was sued after buying an easement to a Brandon complex, then threatening to destroy the road.
County's response pleases residents
GULFPORT -- About 200 South Pasadena residents met with Pinellas County officials Thursday evening to talk about submerged lands owned by real estate speculator Don Connolly.
Memorial Day weekend puts 'heads in beds'
Tourists are returning to hotels this weekend as the summer vacation period starts. Many travelers are Florida residents.
Insect bite may sway life sentence
A man convicted of murder was bit at the jail. His lawyer says medication influenced a key decision during his trial.
Hillsborough: 35.1 years young
Newly released census data bears out the county's history. It is the 12th youngest among the state's 67 counties.
At just 17, this boy is tech tycoon
His company expects to gross a million this year. Oh, and he just graduated from high school.
Pinellas officials can run and run
The Supreme Court decision abolishing term limits for five constitutional officers may affect county commissioners, too.
South Pinellas headlines
Woman alleges priest's abuse
Voters might decide Bayfront Center's future
Bishop requests separate review
North Pinellas headlines
Timothy Garvey, library advocate, dies at age 69
Largo man a scofflaw, IRS says
Horse owners need to prepare for storms
Rescuers find shoulder to lean on
Second man will face charge of extortion
Pinellas makes case for new ball fields
Variety is the spice of party
Doing the right thing with golf course plan
Drivers need to pay more attention
University wins another bar fight
USF dig offers clues to the past
Student in sex scandal expelled
Dress rule is history, and so is my couch
City Times - South Tampa
Old rules illuminate the past's concerns
Bonding, codger style
Adding gilt to Guilder
Cooking up wisdom
Life comes full circle, back where it began
Warranty protects against problems
Homes morph with age, lives
A scholar, athlete and volunteer
Taking steps in the right direction
The stars come out all day
Beads, beads, beads
Prominent lawyer, public official
Get your java at the drive-though
Pennies and pictures for patients
Struggling Giancola's abruptly shuts down
Plant High graduates show their generosity
Old homes harbor ship and other sea images
North of Tampa
Follow this sign to ... nowhere
North of Tampa diary
Valedictorians a testament to America's freedom
Living the music
Railroad repairs to close roads
Central Pasco to get its first hospital
Missionaries plan trip to Russia
Barbecue restaurant gets initial approval
Development triggers concerns among neighbors
Young gymnast pushes for success
News of Florida
McBride lays out his education plan
Orange County polls criticized
Census illustrates disparities
University overhaul closer to Nov. vote
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