September 2, 2002
Tampa Bay: September 2, 2002
North Pinellas County news
How will recreation funds be disbursed?
A county tax rate increase for residents outside cities will bring in money for recreation programs. Partnerships will help stretch funds.
Deputy chief 'a worker's type of boss'
Officers widely consider John Carroll a good cop and an even better guy. He was swapped with a superior for his new job.
Mole patrol on duty
A holiday weekend at the beach might seem an unlikely place for cancer screening, but the Mole Patrol was busy.
Schools swell as student count rises
Largo High still has breathing room, while Dunedin needed two portable classrooms.
Another Anclote Manor plan pops up
The prime waterfront property has been enthusiastically courted by developers. But the relationships have never quite worked out.
Palm Harbor ice cream shop a childhood dream come true
PALM HARBOR -- Bill and Susan Strachan were ready to change careers.
Dunedin struggles to pick mayor, decipher rules
DUNEDIN -- City leaders are hoping to have replacements chosen for Mayor Tom Anderson and Vice Mayor Janet Henderson by October, a month before the two are to step down from the Dunedin City Commission.
Picture of homeless family shows man's inhumanity to man
Re: Street life without a net, story, Aug. 25.
Tampa Bay headlines
Two die in plane crash
3 die after car crosses median
On course for success
Bern Laxer 1923-2002: He perfected fine dining in Tampa
Democrats sparing with Senate race cash
Toddler nearly drowns
South Pinellas headlines
Missing Bosnian mother found
Man dies after shooting during fight at party
Man, woman found shot to death in mobile home
Missed chance for bipartisanship; musings on Masters for ladies
News of Florida
Surge of minorities in new law schools
Updating the accounting for consumer protection
Reno silent as lead narrows
Abducted Florida girl found in Texas
Duo braves Atlantic for Sept. 11
Dress code at 2 Miami high schools: uniforms
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