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March 2, 2003
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Connecting dots to uncork traffic
Road improvements will unclog east-west and north-south routes in central Pinellas and connect to freeways by the end of the decade.

Obituary: Lifelong rights activist, 72, dies
Bob Gilder sat in at lunch counters, registered scores of black voters and fought racism in Tampa's hospitals and krewes.

Week in review: Deal might pave way for tennis courts
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Pasco County may have solved a number of disagreements in order to build a new professional tennis stadium complex off State Road 56 near Wesley Chapel.

South Pinellas headlines
  • Mugger attacks 8 women in city's northeast
  • Dr. Delay: Let's not race to trade our village for Daytona
  • Interim administrators receiving pay raises
  • Schools hone tactics for surviving FCAT
  • Strange hedgefellows?
  • It's official: All of route to be Bryan Dairy Road
  • Woman found slain in Indian Shores condo
  • Neighborhood notebook: Women's group takes its members' power further
  • Voting not a priority for some candidates
  • Veteran celebrates 108th birthday
  • Contests will seek poster, name for planned museum
  • Indian Rocks Beach City Commission
  • Ross store to open at Seminole Mall in fall
  • Resort asks waiver for beachfront water slide
  • A Day on the Job
  • Canadian company to close plant
  • On the Town: Mystery tour leads group to a rustic treat
  • Scholars at Eckerd to tell tales of 2 St. Petersburgs
  • Veterans' artworks to compete
  • Supporters of status quo ahead in campaign gifts
  • Mayoral candidate tops spending list
  • Building official takes helm in St. Pete Beach
  • Criticism leads assistant city manager to leave job
  • Innocence lost, and now life
  • Plans for cell phone tower put on hold
  • Calvin Johnson was officer when firm went bankrupt
  • 'Colorful' candidate adds to his resume
  • Assassins, Leone lead winners
  • Maguire overcomes obstacles for victory
  • Clearwater's Keyes shines at every level
  • Business headlines: Sales price for Dew lots: $4.5-million
  • Letters: Keep Madeira Beach one community

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Commission hopefuls launching last pitches
  • Programs open door to home ownership
  • Shadows & Showmanship
  • Don't let spring break give you a breakdown
  • Column: Getting back to the facts in Largo
  • Headlines through the years
  • Letters: Candidate responses

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Keys to 'a new start'
  • Iorio's smile veils steely resolve, her friends say
  • Don Ardell: No pets, no lotto tickets -- and no guilt
  • Thousands peruse merchandise at Suncoast Gun Show
  • Lightly organized, 150 join peace walk
  • Sanchez calls Buckhorn flier the 'act of a hypocrite'

  • News of Florida
  • Fort Florida
  • Budget battle a family feud
  • Budget battle a family feud
  • Schools urge: Don't skip FCAT
  • New rules aim to curb Bike Week excesses
  • Woman escapes from shallow grave after alleged sex assault
  • Miami-Dade mayor plans Senate run
  • Cubans sneak past Navy area into Key West
  • Rescued whale dies suddenly
  • Fort Florida: Florida officers get limited training
  • Fort Florida: Old rifles, long lives
  • Fort Florida: Agencies refuse to disclose records
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