July 2, 2002
Tampa Bay: July 2, 2002
North Pinellas County news
||Investigators search for clues
[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
The blaze in the 11-story condominium appears to have suddenly spiked to more than 1,000 degrees.
Condo was considering sprinklers
CLEARWATER -- Just days before a fatal fire in an Island Estates highrise, the building's condominium board met with the city's fire marshal to discuss installing sprinklers in the 11-story building.
Only one challenger meets deadline
Of the four incumbents facing re-election in the fall, three face no opposition.
Two-city police sting nabs four johns
Clearwater and Largo police cooperate for the first time to bait people who would pay for sex. Four men were cited.
EPA cleanup lambasted by Tarpon resolution
The Stauffer Chemical site outside of Tarpon Springs does not facing funding cuts. But some think the Superfund project should move more quickly.
Numbers illustrate need for new Largo library
Opponents of the new Largo Library are trying to stop its construction with bad information. They say the library we have is just fine. In fact, it is too small.
Tampa Bay headlines
Looking out for lifesavers
Ship fest brought out crowds, lines, grousing
Campus threat was cry for help; ex-officer felt 'thrown away'
Wallabies die after trip in Ryder truck
Dance studio pair arrested
Phone call shuts Skyway
Turnout is light at choice centers
Suit against Al-Arian filed again
Rev. Lyons asks for alimony from wife
Teacher Edgar W. Hirshberg dies at 86
Actor lucky he wasn't shot, report shows
South Pinellas headlines
Preying on the faithful
Funding cuts may let toxic site languish
Hero recalls propane blast
Fire heavily damages apartment building roof
News of Florida
Justice Department wants state House districts redrawn
McBride turns to Panhandle notable for boost
Pilots held at takeoff, accused of drinking
Harris has 4-legged foe
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