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September 6, 2002
Tampa Bay: September 6, 2002 South Pinellas County news
Cops told to rethink morale list
St. Petersburg officers feel like they wasted their time suggesting ways to retain people. The chief wants ideas without price tags.

Council chews on city budget, rethinks cuts
ST. PETERSBURG -- The St. Petersburg City Council deliberated on the 2003 city budget late into the night Thursday and appeared poised to restore proposed cuts to the Boyd Hill Nature Park, and to reject a plan for new downtown parking meters.

Tampa Bay headlines
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  • Principals given a marketing lesson
  • Q&A
  • SPC hires senator who advocated expansion
  • GOP leaders scold own candidate
  • Tarpon man enters plea in porn case

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • City files complaint against union
  • Hotel fire on U.S. 19 forces out 75 guests
  • Shopping center plans still a go, despite delays
  • Woman critically hurt in vehicle crash; girls also taken to hospital
  • Ridgecrest principal takes on new school
  • 104 years old, and the life of the party
  • Ex-Hudson accountant charged in theft, fraud
  • Man kills stepson; turns gun on himself
  • 2 projects evoke Palm Harbor's past
  • Sophisticated bank robber sought
  • Sport is heading down familiar lane
  • Art lovers can peek into 'cages'

  • Editorial
  • Public office must not promote private gain

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Gator expelled from middle school
  • 'Bad medicine' flier in District 57 race is called misleading
  • Public critiques county budget
  • Police say woman found Wednesday was murdered
  • Tampa hospital opens pediatric care unit
  • Hepatitis A outbreak spurs precautions
  • West Shore businesses to pay fee for group
  • Three family members arrested in abuse, death of 2-year-old

  • Ernest Hooper
  • Big jackpots can be a lot of work

  • North of Tampa
  • Home base

  • Marlene Sokol
  • Flight attendant reinvents herself after 9/11
  • For high school football fans, tonight it's official
  • New matchups help new teams gain footing
  • Newcomers try to halt a political comeback
  • Faded roadside attraction Dupree Gardens to vanish
  • Triathletes await start of season
  • It's time to prepare for a new season of gardening
  • High Holy Days bracket Sept. 11 anniversary
  • Religion briefs
  • Maps portray a hurricane's power
  • Turning grief into poetry

  • City Times/South Tampa
  • Trinity grows by a village
  • The 'green' house slowly blooms
  • Inspiring imaginations
  • Florida House District 57: Newcomers try to halt a political comeback
  • Early birds
  • A taming of the elephant
  • Bamboo flooring makes switch from fad to fashion
  • Love patiently nurtured
  • A hard-hitting career
  • Dentist was loved for gentle manner
  • A new site for crafts, discounts
  • What's in a name: Lee Roy Selmon Expressway
  • Pizza after 3 a.m.? Pie in the sky, police say
  • Downtown guides give visitors help and a smile
  • Cyclists lose quest for separate bike lane
  • Neighborhood notebook

  • News of Florida
  • Freshman minority enrollment stays level
  • Candidates take war to air
  • Spot check
  • Young plans to depart helm of UF
  • Lotto hits $85-million
  • Reclassification of species delayed
  • Hunting accident kills Largo man
  • Bush signs death warrants for two, including Wuornos
  • State seniors agency director named
  • Court restores tribal challenge to Everglades cleanup strategy

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