May 28, 2002
Tampa Bay: May 28, 2002
North Pinellas County news
||Giving meaning to Memorial Day
[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
Parents take their children to a Palm Harbor service to give them a lesson in history and sacrifice.
Commission fine-tunes its 'visioning' plan
Leaders hold a second meeting today to hone their long-term plans for the city.
Fewer in Tarpon claim Greek ancestry
The 2000 census figures say the number of Greeks in the city has dropped some. But residents say the numbers don't tell the whole story.
Top scholars: Palm Harbor University High School
These students have the highest grade point averages, but it doesn't stopthere. Community service, extra activities and ambitious goals make the Class of 2002 valedictorians and salutatorians the Best of the Best.
Unusual artists use unusual mediums
More than 30 untrained folk artists who found alternative materials for their visual expression display their work at the Gulf Coast Museum of Art.
We've had our fill of foreigners and their opinions
Re: Sept. 11 stems flow of foreign students, story, May 16.
Largo's Hunt holds on for win; Street Stock competition heats up
Two important stories unfolded during Saturday's Street Stock race at Sunshine Speedway.
Tampa Bay headlines
Notary license may trip up speculator
FCAT reports to show children's progress
Security task force uses past to guide reforms
Death of skilled skydiver, 49, a mystery to family
Without an attorney, boy falters before judge
Pinellas Trail is southern standout
Undersea pursuits; adieu to anchoring
South Pinellas headlines
Old and new vets honored
Marine research institute taps new director
Storms jousts online; House entices TGH lobbyist
Motorcyclist critically injured in accident
Homeless brave rain, feast at holiday picnic
News of Florida
DCF accepts panel's proposals for reforms
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