June 6, 2002
Tampa Bay: June 6, 2002
North Pinellas County news
||Can they blow? Check the show
[Times photo: Kinfay Moroti]
Sonny LaRosa's young musicians have attracted the attention of Syracuse Jazz Festival organizers in New York.
Job readiness program for teens
Governor cuts grant for reading program
The denial of state funding to start a middle school program will not hinder construction of the new $22-million Largo library.
County in fight over deadlines in Turtle Club lease
Attorneys for the firm that wants to operate the now-closed restaurant argue the county had no right to end the lease.
Italian restaurant moves into green house
A Chicago restaurateur and his partners will open Cucina Siciliana in downtown Tarpon.
Dunedin tightens security at water plant, City Hall
In response to government warnings, the city has instituted new security procedures at several of its facilities.
Oldsmar settles road job lawsuit
The contractor that widened Tampa Road sued the city for its cost overruns. The DOT still must approve the deal.
List of driving shortcuts a disservice to some folks
Re: Savvy drivers find ways to shorten commutes, story, May 26.
Safety Harbor museum board fires its president
SAFETY HARBOR -- The president of the Safety Harbor Museum of Regional History's board was fired Tuesday amid allegations from its executive director she mistreated staffers and abused funds.
Magee feels Heat after a fast start
What should a runner do if she or he completes the opening mile of a race about 15 seconds faster than expected?
Tampa Bay headlines
Sept. 11 muscles in on their memories
Land speculator strikes again
Tornado tears up mobile homes
Lynch wants tighter rules from Dallas
Bush vetoes pare Pinellas programs
Cause of aircraft crashes 'too early to tell'
2 honored for rescuing 4 from flames
Son's death deepens troubled family's tale
TIA gets new police chief
Photographer, lawyer charged in teen sex incident
Aisenberg lawyers sue to get records
Boca Ciega High School
Seminole High School
Pinellas Park High School
Tampa Bay briefs
Edwards to remain free on bail
South Pinellas headlines
Times sues Pinellas Park over personnel records
Canterbury graduates begin 'new adventure'
Exceptional students reach milestone
Technically, it's a leap into real world
Accused of manslaughter, man found only negligent
Legislature giveth, governor taketh away
Water idea leaves some cold
Plenty of beer, song and dance; no wings
News of Florida
State tries to set record straight on school funding
Bush shields fund for land
Shuttle lifts relief crew into orbit
Democrats cry politics in redistricting trial
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