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March 14, 2003
Tampa Bay: March 14, 2003 South Pinellas County news
Suicide note cites pain, job stress
Firing the finance director weighed heavily on Pinellas Park city manager Jerry Mudd.

Mayor receives 3 percent raise
ST. PETERSBURG -- Mayor Rick Baker will get a small raise this year.

Council backs buying land for supermarket
ST. PETERSBURG -- Without a question or word of dissent, the City Council approved a plan Thursday to buy a block of the city's Midtown area, with hopes of one day luring a grocery store there.


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

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • City forces halfway houses to shut down
  • Mouths of babes fill the air with protest
  • Chemical leak forces evacuation of workers
  • Woman key in capturing man who robbed her
  • Folks join critters at Largo preserve
  • Palm Harbor rec group rejects merger
  • Assassins and Schotter lead tourney's winners
  • Paddle battle
  • Letters: Who won't enjoy the monorail? Try all of Clearwater

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • 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

  • Brandon Times
  • What's in a name: Seffner
  • Lunch with Ernest: A haircut fit for a champ
  • Gawk carts
  • Farmers market: Stawberry season
  • Valrico: I Live Here
  • Daytripper: Another world
  • RSVP
  • 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

  • City Times
  • 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
  • Calendar: TODAY
  • 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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