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March 2, 2003
Connecting dots to uncork traffic
[Times photo: Skip O'Rourke]
Road improvements will unclog east-west and north-south routes in central Pinellas and connect to freeways by the end of the decade.
Mary Jo Melone
Teen's dream tarnished by stolen car, broken trust
The paint on Justin Klier's '72 Chevy Malibu is dull and dirty white. The interior is black and frayed. The engine is hard to start. The car is twice as old as Justin and by all rights has earned a parking space in the junkyard.

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'
  • New Wharton coach thrives on pressure
  • Zoning: Traffic issue dooms plan for apartments
  • New Tampa seeks suitor for prized office space
  • Wharton track, field team shows why it's the best
  • Prep Notebook: Wharton track, field team shows why it's the best
  • School choice the topic of meetings
  • Girls track preview
  • Boys track preview
  • Girls track preview
  • Boys track preview
  • Town 'N Country: Hospital in residential area wants more signs
  • Neighborhood Notebook: County suggests speed bumps for Hogan's Bend
  • Carrollwood: Unpaid bill mushrooms into lost home
  • Oldsmar: Riders' pleas go unanswered
  • Carrollwood: Decision infuriates real estate agent
  • Open & Shut
  • Week in Review
  • Sports Digest: Openings available for Spring Golf Tournament
  • (Letter): We need new faces on council

  • 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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