December 9, 2002
Tampa Bay: December 9, 2002
North Pinellas County news
||The home stretch for haven?
[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
The former roadside attraction, which must reopen to the public by summer, appeals for donations.
Building of belated drugstore to begin
Now that tax issues have been settled, the Walgreens planned for the Bel Forest Shopping Center site will start to appear early in 2003.
County's focus turns to redevelopment
As a software maker weighs a move to Pasco, Pinellas leaders will huddle to form a plan on retaining businesses.
Oldsmar race lures one who wants to join team
Tony Ringelspaugh, 33, a telephone service installer, is running for Seat 3. He says the city doesn't need to change much.
Letters: Group kicked out of library undermines our society
Re: Tarpon library wants to oust meetings, story, Nov. 27.
Tampa Bay headlines
WMNF director finds change slow in coming
Bodies of two teens found in gulf
South Pinellas headlines
Acupuncture school may lose accreditation
Case unearths deputy's history
News of Florida
Report revives teacher pay controversy
Childers trial will proceed
Michigan murder suspect captured
Inmate declared competent, execution scheduled today
Gunship carries a deadly combination
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