February 5, 2003
Tampa Bay: February 5, 2003
North Pinellas County news
Obituary: Community activist John Jenkins dies at 77
He long served as vice president of the South Clearwater Citizens for Progressive Action.
Safety Harbor to fortify banks of Bishop Creek
An earlier fix to ease erosion has not solved the problem, so commissioners will budget funds for a shoring-up project.
Database ends long search to ID bodies
Before the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office called in December, Don Lee Seay's family had scarcely heard from him in four decades.
6-0 vote makes Gentry commissioner
The City Commission chooses a woman active in the community to fill a seat, and quells rumors that frightened mobile home owners.
Nehr outlasts foe for commission seat
Campaign experience is credited with giving Peter Nehr and edge over the closest competitor, Roger Sellew.
Commission leases land to youth sports group
The site near Brooker Creek Preserve will be home to fields for football, baseball and soccer.
Court reports: Former dealership officer sentenced
LARGO -- The former chief financial officer of the now-defunct Bennett used-car dealership has pleaded guilty to grand theft and been sentenced to five years of probation.
Heritage Village awarded grant
Two humanities scholars will conduct a study of the history and architecture of buildings at the site.
Punish mangrove cutting
Re: Cutting of mangroves creates a fine mess, story, Jan. 31.
Tampa Bay headlines
Help agency monitors molestation allegations
Tribe's casino built without red tape
Puppy receives a new home and mobility
Delay in Aisenberg transcripts sought
Howard Troxler: Learning a hard lesson in quest for top teacher
South Pinellas headlines
Shuttle Disaster: Another tragedy, a new awareness
Shuttle Disaster: A final contrail wisps across generations
Teenagers get their hands on $6,000 windfall
Arsenic case turns to firefighters' lifestyle
It's a 'yea' for the tall, sprawling Madeira Bay
Bonds flub costs Pinellas Park $67,000
Midtown awaits a sign of health: new clinic
Peterman gives up committee post
Baptist church suspends pastor
Shore Acres school secretary honored
Counting the believers
Teachers' honor roll
Adults party in name of children's needs
Madeira candidates offer divergent views
A pillar of PR charmed dollars this way to that
Wedding skips a beat and perhaps a year
Celebration lively, but attendance low
Y Achievers to mark 10th year
Rash of arsons leads to reward
St. Pete Beach plans more library lighting
Florida's athletes spring into action
Family's love of sport has impact on Matthews
Forest Hills Elementary too special to forget
Upscale spa shuts its doors to clients
Charter school parents queue up in its defense
Ernest Hooper: Once-trendy cafes vanish one by one
News of Florida
Panel: Cap malpractice awards
DNA results may lead to rehearing
Around the state: Dyer or Barr to succeed Hood as Orlando mayor
DCF chief proposes new goals, massive changes
Telemarketers bid for job of promoting state House
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