March 14, 2003
Tampa Bay: March 14, 2003
North Pinellas County news
City forces halfway houses to shut down
The homes, which serve recovering drug addicts and alcoholics, are owned in part by Scientologist Richard Weigand, 56 -- convicted of conspiracy in 1979.
Mouths of babes fill the air with protest
To kick off Children's Week, children and their providers assemble to protest cuts in services.
Woman key in capturing man who robbed her
She immediately canceled her credit cards after the man left, which led to his arrest when he tried to use them.
Folks join critters at Largo preserve
As of Saturday, people can frolic with the likes of the green alligator and the sly red fox.
Palm Harbor rec group rejects merger
A union between the senior activity center and the community's recreation department is off, for now.
Assassins and Schotter lead tourney's winners
The Assassins II captured the Division I title and Palm Harbor's Jacqueline Schotter rolled a 705 scratch series to win the singles in the Clearwater Women's Association City Tournament at Countryside Lanes.
Kayakers of all ages will go bow to bow Saturday in competition that kicks off at Philippe Park in Safety Harbor.
Who won't enjoy the monorail? Try all of Clearwater
I have tried -- really tried -- to understand the reasoning of the letter writer's Feb. 25 epistle, Monorail would enhance Clearwater's image. My comments also might be germane to the next letter, With roads nearly saturated, we need monorail for quality of life.
Tampa Bay headlines
A case of adoration
Signs of all stripes to fill streets
Leader seeks tower limit
Under pressure, major retires
Howard Troxler: Lawmakers get ready to crumble on budget
South Pinellas headlines
Suicide note cites pain, job stress
Mayor receives 3 percent raise
Council backs buying land for supermarket
Stormwater tax advances
Taxi board agrees on $1 fuel surcharge
Redner can serve alcohol at new club
County worker resigns amid controversy
3 hospitalized in car crash
Ernest Hooper: Maybe not my style, but it sure seems nice
What's in a name: Seffner
Lunch with Ernest: A haircut fit for a champ
Farmers market: Stawberry season
Valrico: I Live Here
Daytripper: Another world
Zoning: County to scrutinize SR 60 zoning
Here & Gone
Gardening: Now is the time to add spring plants to garden
Brandon: Residents question plans for new library
Alafia River: System to closely watch rising water
Sun City Center: Seniors lift voices to raise money
Lane Ranger: Is it a road trust fund or just a government shell game?
Prep notebook: He pitches a no-hitter, but he's a shortstop
Sports & Recreation: Bikers hit the trails for work and play
Grand Central: In waiting room, it's dog's life
Neglected area primps with 'historic' status
Portraits of Rembrandt
Amy Scherzer's Diary: Pediatrician's work honored
City People: School's out forever
Obituary: After a 22-year battle, man succumbs to AIDS
What's in a name: David M. Barksdale Senior Center
RSVP Tampa: Bon Jovi still has 'Bounce'
22 years old -- and still growing
Everybody's Business: College to turn swing club into student dance studio
Davis Islands: Yacht Club to rebuild clubhouse
Ybor City: Ybor may have to turn down the volume
Downtown: Kid-inspired designs
MacFarlane Park: New school steeped in local history
Homes: Step into 1920s charm Sunday
Homes: Front porch: Saving a little of the past
Homes: African mask collection blossoms into import shop
Briefly: Sewage bypass will allow work on broken pipe
North of Tampa
Town 'N Country reaching out to Hispanics
Warm & Tasty
Keystone: Canterbury residents not keen on trail route
Out & About
Keystone: Shopping center developer meets residents' demands
Translator will assist residents
When pressure was on, wrestler achieved goals
New Tampa: Chemical dangerous, nail salon owner warns
Carrollwood: Editor's resignation is talk of the town
All of Tampa is reading about boy, his dogs
A designing woman
Neighborhood notebook: Another fundraiser set for ill schoolteacher
News of Florida
Legislature: Senate: Money is not there
What's missing here?
Tribal leaders hear Billie's defense
Corrections declares end to lax house arrest rules
Legislature 2003: Farm workers' legislation seeks safety measurers
Legislature: Visit by Bucs QB turns lawmakers into giddy fans
Legislature: Law officers oppose Miccosukee bill
Around the state: Government sued over Elian raid
State report backs textbook reform
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