October 22, 2002
Tampa Bay: October 22, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Choice distinction frustrates parents
Some parents say the rules make it too risky to apply to the International Culture and Commerce program at Clearwater High.
334 apartments may replace stores
A developer proposes the complex, including affordable housing, for the failing Belleair Place shopping center site.
Detectives look into rape reported at resort
A Georgia woman vacationing with her family says a man she met at the Safety Harbor Resort & Spa attacked her Friday night.
Students testify in teacher's hearing
Charges have been dropped, but Tarpon ex-teacher Michael Grayer still faces allegations of impropriety.
Road extension opens without a roar
Forest Lakes Boulevard now extends to Linebaugh Avenue, providing better access to Hillsborough County and the Oldsmar industrial park.
Lane to close for railroad repair
A McMullen-Booth lane will be fixed, temporarily, in three hours. A large-scale fix has been delayed.
Watered-down Jazz Holiday not worth the effort
Re: If you're not thirsty, jazz event is still free, story, Oct. 15.
Tampa Bay headlines
How could Lou love Tampa Bay?
Aisenberg legal bills await a price tag
Schools target choice stragglers
Schiavo case doctor target of complaint
After 46 years, man comes back to 'true love': radio
Ex-Eckerd College leader in Pakistan
Ralph Galloway, furniture guru, at 86
South Pinellas headlines
Crash victim from St. Petersburg
Religious broadcaster Darlene B. Brubaker, 79
One killed, one seriously hurt in head-on accident
Robbery victim shot, critically wounded
News of Florida
Widow of slain teacher sues gun distributor over safety
Debate format poses big risks
Panel hears 1st testimony on malpractice insurance
Surgeon: Wandering teen starved to death
Barbara Bush joins son on Florida campaign trail
Hundreds of Miami-Dade votes lost, ACLU says
Missing girl's caretaker is freed on bail
Pro-Israel UF group has sit-in
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