August 1, 2002
Tampa Bay: August 1, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Truck hauler bogs down in codes
The 50-foot red rig is a luxurious motor home, the owner says. The county calls it a semitrailer truck masquerading as such.
Complex's makeover wows residents
North Greenwood Apartment complex shows off its new look with a special ceremony at its new community center.
Manager owns land airport may buy
Airport officials have their eye on a site owned by an airport worker. He says if a deal goes forward, he'll have nothing to do with it.
Homeowner faces second charge in fire
A teacher is accused of arson, in addition to insurance fraud, after his house was destroyed by fire in November.
Doromal takes his spot among beach winners
Through four races, there have been three men's winners in the beach series at Clearwater's Pier 60.
Clearwater man faces charges of child sexual assault in Pasco County
HUDSON -- A 37-year-old Clearwater man was arrested Monday and faces charges that he sexually assaulted a now 15-year-old girl during the past seven years, Pasco County sheriff's deputies said.
Answers still needed for condo fire questions
Re: Fire in Clearwater's Dolphin Cove condominiums June 28 and Focus should return to ensuring safety of public, column by Diane Steinle, July 28.
Tampa Bay headlines
The enchanted gather for Harry
Ybor's Cubans split on trip
A close Little League game, a scuffle and a bitten ear
Greco slips into town
Teen guilty of murder, gets life sentence
Pinellas officials weigh in on demotion
Notorious duke, tied to Lightning, dies
She just keeps on keeping on
South Pinellas headlines
City's drug arrests decline
Officers barred from interviews
Robert Ray, triathlete, dies at 54
Gas leak shuts road, restaurants
Police put ink to tiny fingers
Driver, 19, convicted of mowing down woman strolling her baby
News of Florida
Fans take devotion on the road
Plan targets cost of drugs
Manatees no threat to $60-million film
Judge orders list of havens for manatees
Fatal training accident investigated
Ex-Blue Angel leader gets Tailhook-delayed promotion
Education amendment supporters might unite
Reno's income up, Bush's down, returns indicate
McBride vows to increase DCF funds
Crime at synagogue, cemetery vexes town
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