June 5, 2002
Tampa Bay: June 5, 2002
South Pinellas County news
PTA treasurer accused of stealing thousands
More than $15,000 is missing from George Lynch Elementary, police say.
These are heady teddy days for a Seminole bearmaker
A nomination in the grueling (and lucrative) collectible bear world gives a hobbyist a warm and fuzzy feeling.
For one year, county curbs further Lealman annexation
During the one-year term of the accord, representatives from the county and cities surrounding Lealman will work out permanent borders.
5 associate ministers accept spiritual call to be ordained
A state lawmaker and his mother are among the group who answered the call and took the journey at Bethel Community Baptist Church.
Couple is crusading against the system
Denied a zoning variance, a Madeira Beach couple decide not only to fight to change the ruling but also the board that made it.
South Pasadena to assert itself
The little city that could will spend $125,000 to tell beachgoers just where they're zipping through.
Live it up in New Orleans, but realize why it's possible
Perhaps because I am the mother of sons, I never enjoyed dwelling on the subject of war.
Travel agency has new home and affiliation
Working: Haley Woolery, Bartender
HALEY WOOLERY, 24
Local top graduates
ADMIRAL FARRAGUT ACADEMY
Tall ship theater sails into city for production
The Amara Zee's crew -- which is also its troupe of players -- will put on the newest production of the Caravan StageBarge.
Snacks, shenanigans in pipeline
The Kolb Park skate park opens Saturday. Users will need permits and safety equipment.
Haggling takes a holiday
A Lakewood church has the right stuff for an unusual display of generosity.
Experienced Treasure Island wins title
The second time around was perfect for the Treasure Island Tennis and Yacht Club 4.0 women's super senior squad.
Captains are facing license changes
It doesn't take much in this country to be called "Captain." Just go out with a buddy or two on daddy's boat for a year or so, turn 18, take a few tests and get a "6-pac" license.
Cypress team has immediate impact on league
With an attitude of "the future is now," the rookie Cypress Run Country Club men's team captured first in the Pinellas Interclub standings with a runner-up performance in the May match.
Marine Corps Sgt. David J. Pittenger, son of Jan and Jim Pittenger of Pinellas Park, has graduated from a six-week sergeants' leadership course at Camp Lejeune, N.C. A 1996 graduate of Dixie Hollins High School, he is assigned to the Joint Communication Support Element at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa.
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