June 8, 2002
Tampa Bay: June 8, 2002
South Pinellas County news
Six Grace Christian grads honor their mentors
ST. PETERSBURG -- For years, Aimee Epperson has been dreaming of saying two words to the folks at Grace Christian School: "Thank you."
Seniors give emotional thanks
PINELLAS PARK -- The largest graduating class in the history of the First Baptist Christian School joined family and friends in emotion-filled commencement exercises Friday evening at the First Baptist Church.
Teen, city official match wits over basketball court project
A 14-year-old who persuaded the council to okay basketball courts two years ago sticks to his guns as he learns a lesson on city budgeting.
Methodist ministers on the move
United Methodist ministers in are switching churches as part of an annual nationwide reassignment.
Tampa Bay headlines
Yearbook adds babies to its school chronicle
Bus plan looms as parents choose
Where trust mounts up
Ex-cop gets no time in theft
Change at USF leaves unease
North Pinellas headlines
Young pilot dies after memorial fly-by
A sacrament 2 busy years in the making
Tax dollars help pay for hiring seminars
Dunedin postpones vote on complex
Oldsmar opts for review boar
Dunedin city commissioner to run for state Senate seat
Racing tonight at Sunshine Speedway
Five associate ministers accept spiritual call
Robbers strike several fast-food restaurants
Three car accidents claim three lives
Charge is reduced to manslaughter in fatal punch
Second time's the charm with new senior center
Burglar kills sleeping man
A closer look: One Hillsborough church
Rise up, bohemians; economy rests on you
News of Florida
Prescription drug abuse rises in 2001
Justice blesses proposed districts
Ten tails of Florida
Central Florida prosecutor to take on terrorism
U.S.: Some Fla. vote complaints can't be pursued
The bow-tied justice bows out to applause
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