October 30, 2002
Tampa Bay: October 30, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Beach parking project stalls at gate
The developer says "the bulldozers are still revving," but the sale of the property is on hold and no equipment has appeared.
Aging YMCA to be rebuilt
The 1966 building will be transformed in stages. An outdoor playground will be built in November.
County lets cities expand redevelopment
County commissioners still must approve detailed plans, but Largo and Clearwater can get moving with the projects.
Worker injured by fallen machine
Quick-thinking coworkers keep the man's head above water and get the backhoe loader off him.
Commission says no to Tarpon Springs
Largo and Clearwater gain approval for expanding downtown redevelopment areas, but Tarpon is refused. The city may appeal the denial.
Civic group out to get him, candidate says
EAST LAKE -- Chuck Schult, a former East Lake fire commissioner and longtime local activist, two weeks ago resigned from a civic organization after its members questioned whether he had used group funds to pay for lawn service at his home.
Fake sunglasses charges reduced
Most store owners charged with felonies in sales of fake Oakleys now face misdemeanors.
Oldsmar voters need to do the right thing again
Near the end of a very long election ballot Nov. 5, Oldsmar voters will find two referendum questions asking them to make it easier for the Oldsmar City Council to oust the city's charter officials.
Tampa Bay headlines
Patient dies in robot-aided surgery
Paying extra for Spanish class
Inquiry snagged sheriff's official
City's reach northward upsets county accord
Briefly nation's oldest, Mary L. Parr dies at 113
Challenger's business practices come under criticism
Wounded boy's condition still critical
District may reshape staff
South Pinellas headlines
Public meeting to address muck
Aggressive annexation drive sees results
Female officer's sex bias lawsuit denied
Makeover doesn't satisfy all
5 make cut for St. Pete Beach police chief
Boys & Girls Clubs big winner in casino cruise
Strange phenomena spook some old homes' residents
Jewish in a Christian world: Scholar's talks draw crowds
A fundamental need
Detention officer's compassion praised
Unsung chauffeurs honored
A Day on the Job: April Magnan, vet tech
Area to lose lone black Presbyterian pastor
Fire union works to oust fire district incumbents
Marching band will help a church get in the spirit
Clerk's pay pops as revolving door stops
Local leaders in sport receive honors
More people testing their endurance in triathlons
Gamache, Enduros enjoy the spotlight
Talk alone won't end housing bias
Treasure Islanders, just say 'no' to referendum
Nephew acquitted of man's slaying
Fliers get cannabis activist arrested
'Call' from Alex Sink; guide for electorate
News of Florida
Mailing touts Bush to Jewish voters
Haitians dash for freedom
The Firm: Do the ties bind McBride?
McCain lauds 1 Bush, raps other
Man on a mission, but going it alone
Nursing homes get official visit
GOP friend endorses Butterworth
Gun owner testifies at civil trial
University chiefs pan governing measure
Rulings undermine case against ex-tech chief
Bronson supported by party of his rival
Crist attack ad draws an angry reply from Dyer
Panel says pig proposal backers broke election law
As you vote, remember Legislature's greatest hits
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