February 20, 2003
Tampa Bay: February 20, 2003
North Pinellas County news
||Masked bandit, quick getaway
[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
As a golfer lines up her putt, a raccoon snatches her ring and tote from a golf cart, then disappears.
More than a loss, and more than a victory
The girls basketball team of Clearwater Central Catholic rallies big at the district meet, just as a freshman had to when the coach -- her father -- died.
Tower's a pricey thorn in city side
For a second time, commissioners are ready to spend hundreds of thousands to dislodge WTAN.
Candidates touch on library, annexation
All six appear for a campaign forum leading up to the March 4 election. The mood was friendly but the lines were drawn: challengers vs. incumbents.
Protests drive builder away
A developer shelves plans for townhomes at the old Anclote Manor site. Tarpon Springs commissioners say they would have voted against it.
Ruling recommends teacher's firing
An administrative law judge didn't believe the most serious allegations, but says the Tarpon Springs teacher's actions added up to sexual harassment of a student.
Longtime player Hough is glad he gave sport a shot
Despite growing up in basketball-playing Braintree, Mass., Richard Hough learned tennis when he was 8.
Letters: Wait for buses to fill before building monorail
Re: Monorail would create change in Clearwater, story, Feb. 4.
Tampa Bay headlines
Dress code might be due some alterations
Astronaut shares a rare perspective
Who has dibs on this dog?
Kindly woman, 82, attacked in home
Alzheimer's research director leaves USF
Visiting TIA? Pull over, open up
Obituary: Elders' ally Ruth Jacobs dies
Mary Jo Melone: Sanchez's campaign is a climb up the curve
South Pinellas headlines
New tests on firefighters find four free of arsenic
Political junkie: Sanchez campaign brings in a tough-guy consultant
Last night in Tampa: Bare facts of onstage nudity
Buckhorn criticized for TV ad's MacDill claim
Judge reduces former deputy's sentence by 22 months
News of Florida
7 years cut from 'TV intoxication' murderer's term
Around the state: Democrats want to cap state salaries at $200,000
Nursing home damages would be further limited
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