December 30, 2002
Tampa Bay: December 30, 2002
North Pinellas County news
A brush with the law becomes a blessing
Bob Decaire works to feed homeless people. He was cited in October for trespassing while doing the job, but it has helped his program.
She serves as an angel of mercy at time of need
With equal parts of love and laughter, oncology nurse of the year Jennifer Barolo helps her cancer patients survive, thrive.
Gift from past eases parents' grief
A dozen years after his death, Jamal Huffman's parents feel different this December. They received a special gift.
Aiming for space, history books
Since losing his leg 20 years ago, Joe Nolfo has pushed for noble causes. Now he wants to be the first disabled person in space.
Some serious toys
Elementary school students compete in building robots and creating a computer program to guide them.
Stage is set for Tarpon elections
In February, voters will select a new city commissioner and decide on two deals involving city land. The deadline to register to vote is Jan. 7.
If residents organize, they can stop developers
Re: Condos may test height threshold, story, Dec. 22.
Tampa Bay headlines
College football: As fans descend, the battles begin
Catholic giving wavers slightly
4 boaters never return
Howard Troxler: 2002, Part 2: Fish that fight back and other, assorted oddities
South Pinellas headlines
Two-car accident seriously injures baby boy
Community's residents celebrate 40 years
News of Florida
Florida Democrats see mayor as savior
Review finds e-mail did not come from tourism agency
Report: Many on house arrest break rules or commit crimes
Bush family appears well after cruise
Bush tones down events for second inauguration
Ferry crash at Disney injures 8
Lotto jackpot rolls over
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