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July 28, 2002

Tampa Bay: July 28, 2002 North Pinellas County news
Indivisible for all time
Inseparable in life, two elderly sisters die of natural causes in the same weekend.

Unmistakable presence
Scientology's largest facility in the world, still more than a year from completion, has altered the Clearwater skyline.

Convenience has its cost in traffic noise
While many people are enjoying the extension of Belcher Road to Alderman Road, homeowners along the path try to deal with their new reality.

New Belcher's a breeze
PALM HARBOR -- A day after the Belcher Road extension opened from Tampa Road to Alderman Road, I put the county's newest north-south artery to the test.

Love just an e-mail away for seniors
Friendships blossom. Matches are made. And a new generation of Internet surfers rides the wave.

Largo torn over best use for prime land
Hospice, one of Largo's favored organizations, needs land that the city has targeted as its centerpiece for growth and development.


Tampa Bay headlines
  • Threats at USF more ugly than deadly
  • Middleton High, a renewal
  • USF event draws teens to explore Indian culture
  • Metro week in review
  • SUV flips on Crosstown, killing man

  • South Pinellas headlines
  • After 11 years, a conviction brings closure
  • Connector opens a new gateway across county
  • Motel owner challenges beach condo project
  • The Deuces
  • No, coin-takers on the Bayway aren't just bored
  • It's a jungle out there, and kids are glad
  • Agencies oversee building complaints
  • Fire commissioner draws no opponent
  • City visions match up, to a point
  • Center dodges budget cutback
  • Towns to share donated beach-cleaning machines
  • Youthful 'Law and Order' caps summer for group
  • Water will cost 5.5 percent more in Pinellas Park
  • Center serves and served by teenagers
  • 80-year-old's wish: to fly plane
  • Fire complex needs air-quality repairs
  • Vaccine here for companies fighting 'business death'
  • Construction in final stages on 2 new library buildings
  • Major League event will benefit YMCA
  • 'Windfall' prompts talk of rolling back tax rate

  • Letters
  • Beach agenda leaves out green space

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Tampa clears sheds and garages of toxic castoffs
  • County prepares to debut 9 new schools

  • North of Tampa
  • New Tampa gets a look at mayoral hopefuls
  • Drawn to the dark side
  • Kidnapping leaves neighbors uneasy
  • Swim team is driven, but not to exhaustion
  • Wharton High football meeting set
  • Open or shut
  • Concerns fading as home numbers drop
  • Maybe it's in his genes: A boy glides to glory
  • Cats dead? Well, maybe
  • Plans are developing for Sept. 11 event
  • Schools work to entice officials
  • Residents voice transportation frustrations
  • Grieving mother wins fight to fence pond
  • Race for taxing district seats ends in round 1
  • Neighborhood notebook
  • Week in review

  • News of Florida
  • A 'real town' revolt
  • Candidates make most of extension
  • Illegal telephone tape entangles prosecutors
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