October 4, 2002
Tampa Bay: October 4, 2002
North Pinellas County news
||Rampaging rooster attacks girl
[Times photo: Kinfay Moroti]
Police say it was first rooster attack in recent memory. The rooster and a hen were taken to the Humane Society.
City will revisit drainage project
Commissioners votes to go forward with its flood control plan at the Glen Oaks Golf Course but promised to consider neighbors' objections to proposed soccer fields later.
Bar owner charged with shooting at couple
Police say the Indian Rocks Beach man broke into a house west of Largo and fired at a couple inside. The suspect and a revolver were found later.
Dispute delays sewer service
The city delayed a vote on providing sewer service to the Army Reserve's new aviation training center so they can consult with City Manager Steve Stanton on a dispute with the county.
Assistant rises to principal at Ridgecrest
Ridgecrest Elementary's assistant principal, Donna Benkert, will take over leadership of the school Jan. 6.
Detective's win at lottery machine is Dunedin bar's loss
Accused of operating an illegal lottery machine, the co-owner of Piglet's Sports Bar and Grill is arrested.
Reeves, Guinand share top spot
Promising young players T. Reeves and Josh Guinand are locked in the lead of the All-Star Boys Scratch Singles at AMF Clearwater Lanes.
East meets West and all points in between
CLEARWATER -- Three months ago, a woman in her 60s tripped at the gym and went flying, a shot of pain ripping through the side of her knee.
Michigan Avenue fire was arson
Caruso could have avoided mess
For the second time in seven years, members of the Oldsmar City Council must decide whether they have the authority -- the obligation, even -- to toss one of their own out of office.
No gridlock caused by road work? Please
Re: Highway to shut down for track repair, story, Sept. 25.
Tampa Bay headlines
TIA wants to quell noisy flight paths
Airport to review parking prices
Schools struggle to find nurses
A man's angry life comes to a violent end
Youth pastor gets 135 years for sex cases
Schools get millions for choice
Doctors scrambling in insurance dispute
Hearing on Gandy plan scheduled
Grandson of dairy pioneer dies at 88
Publix recalls ground beef products
South Pinellas headlines
Official lobbies to keep airport
Judge releases video of SWAT team hijinks
Midtown hospital given new life
Council may close club as 'nuisance'
City rethinks need for press officer
Officers arrest 106 in crime sweep
North of Tampa
Defying the odds
Guarding innocence against a word
Miami event attracts elite
Tennis team takes 2nd at USTA event
It's too early to count anyone out in District 6
Now's the time to prepare garden for fall, winter
Out & about
Fronting Flapjack Festival no small feat
Wesley Chapel chamber names its unsung hero
Deluge a drain on county stormwater system, residents told
Landscaping lapses put on ballot
City Times - South Tampa
The Brave New Mac World
Meeting their match, here and there
Wine's a hit atmovie house
Supporter of the arts, adviser to his family
The Colonel's Tampa legacy
Get your fill of arts
Balancing the books
Gallery creates beauty in art therapy
WestShore shoppers have new store: Sears
Pet shop almost set; market isn't
Ybor City fights back against flooding
Chamber honors builder
A renovation fit for a brood
'Dr. Doodle' gives new life to walls with his painting
News of Florida
Governor's Rilya quip criticized
Hybrid cars win favor with cops
Around the state
Third trial ordered for death row prisoner
State balks as more parents seek FCAT results
Guard: Attorney told teen who killed dad how to commit suicide
Man faces charges in former actor's death
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