July 19, 2002
Tampa Bay: July 19, 2002
North Pinellas County news
||Peril all around, turtles start trek
[Courtesy: Clearwater Marine Aquarium]
After volunteers guard the eggs of the rarest sea turtle for 60 days, Kemp's ridley hatchlings emerge from the nest to take on the world.
Firefighters ask city for help
Union members pack a City Commission meeting to seek better equipment and a larger staff.
$300,000 to help treat child trauma
Directions for Mental Health of Clearwater is one of 25 groups selected nationwide to receive a federal grant.
Longtime principal dies at 72
Robert S. "Bob" Wright had spent 22 years working as a Pinellas educator.
Movie recreates Skyway tragedy
The 50-minute docudrama, which depicts the 1980 collapse of the bridge debuts at a Clearwater theater.
Help wanted: media handler
That's one twist in Oldsmar's proposed budget. With several big projects complete, the budget shrinks.
EPA, critics clash over credibility at hearing
Moving the ombudsman's office caused an erosion in faith in the agency, says a Tarpon Springs activist.
Celebrating her 104th year makes for special birthday
Although her hearing might not be sharp anymore and she cannot take walks like she used to do, Nellie Campbell still gets around pretty well in her wheelchair.
Bedfords: Youth success to grow with relocation
Bill and Cheryl Bedford are moving their tournament operations from Clearwater's Countryside Lanes to AMF Clearwater Lanes next month.
Navy firefighter earns top award
When the planes are flying, Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Steven C. Mills is at the ready on the flight deck.
Madonna didn't take this 'Holiday'
While the Material Girl may have shown interest in Baillie's Bluff, a rumor that she made the move proves only a local myth.
Largo to roll out red carpet for new SPC campus
The city will welcome its first college campus, at the ICOT Center, but wants a Largo connection in the name.
Largo considers City Hall proposal
LARGO -- A Tampa developer has offered to buy Largo's old City Hall property and transform the vacant lot into a downtown community with pricey townhomes and shops.
Tampa Bay headlines
3 bodies found after danger call
Depths detail bay's beginnings
Seeking a home in key of charm
9/11 loosens grip on TIA services
Tampa glories over choice
Pretrial motions delay judge's trial
USF aims to improve second-graders' reading skills
South Pinellas headlines
Movie recreates Skyway tragedy
Black law enforcement officers to meet in Tampa
Dong Phuong Oriental Food to close its doors
K-Bar told to put in 4 roads to join city
Clinic manager accused of theft
Life's way of piling up on you
A park for the city
Chains vs. charm
Old friends and more
How does your garden grow?
Options for saving old house fall short
It's noted: Asian eats on the way?
His two roles in life: doctor and dad
Bin there, dumped that: Recycling policy criticized
Road at Tampa Airport honors pioneering black female aviator
Relocations packed with perks a thing of the past
Dissent won't stall traffic fix
Taking root in Ybor City
North of Tampa
Ironing out clutter isn't in the cards
On course with nature
Freedom will offer Navy ROTC program
Court agreement silences outspoken homeowner
Nature lover keeps tabs on wildlife of suburbs
Local actors wait in the wings together
A helping hand from 'guv'na'
Citrus Park reclaimed water storage tank leaking
Northwest Boys & Girls Club finds a home
Slow down and think about the kids
News of Florida
Profilers warm to killer's trail
Is blood supply safe?
Tainted donor blood infects two with HIV
Judge rejects felons' voting rights suit
Attorney general race may grow
GOP: Teachers' McBride ad illegal
Caseworkers to shift into backlogged DCF districts
Blood bank received warning letters from FDA
Blood bank is main supplier
When you donate blood
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