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March 30, 2003

Tampa Bay: March 30, 2003 North Pinellas County news
Detox center seeks wider acceptance
Narconon, a drug treatment program with Scientology backing, now wants taxpayer assistance.

Rights proposal to extend to gays
If approved, Largo may have one of the broadest employee policies in the state protecting gays and lesbians.

Melodies that heal heart & soul
Ed Paulson uses his hammered dulcimer to comfort critically ill hospital patients.

Golf course buy guarantees green space
Dunedin buys St. Andrews Links mainly to preserve the land, but eventually to make a profit.

Seabreeze shops pay price of progress
Business drops while a new Publix supermarket is going up. Owners say it's getting difficult to stay patient.

War's impact on tourism hard to gauge
Some business owners say tourists are not willing to spend money. Others blame the economy for the downturn.

New librarian says she looks to draw teens to facility
Raised in Detroit, Dede Fellrath had lived in New York, Boston, the Virginia mountains, Winston-Salem, N.C., Maryland, Argentina and Florida before a homing instinct kicked in.

Scout jump starts effort to revive school garden
Ten years had passed, but a forgotten garden at Oldsmar Elementary School had managed to survive.

Letters: Teachers need raises even if it means raising property taxes
Re: Teachers union wants poll on tax, story, March 19.

Tampa Bay headlines
  • Derby Lane cancels races to treat sick greyhounds
  • Cold to cut into bay area's spring weather
  • Rev. Lyons, ex-wife settle dispute over divorce terms
  • Metro Week in Review: Warm, wet weather brings buzz
  • Open house helps show off airport and its aerial guests
  • A chance sighting on Web brings joy to Tampa woman

  • South Pinellas headlines
  • Baseball is here; where's the cash?
  • Frozen treats were first made here in 1982
  • Residents asked for input on annexing
  • Klondike annexation deal raises eyebrows
  • In a financial pinch, a pillar for families loses strength
  • St. Pete Beach is examining its options
  • There's a backup on the Bayway, and it's not traffic
  • New Seminole library on target
  • Council cuts back on costly traveling
  • C.T. Bowen: Sadness in midst of March madness
  • Working: A Day on the Job
  • On the town: Theater lovers bid on bard-inspired artwork
  • Dr. Delay: New road will connect to Gandy's Friendship Trail
  • Mideast military news
  • Neighborhood notebook: Jungle Terrace group fights 3 new restaurants
  • A stunning reversal
  • Little League wants city ballfield refurbished
  • Largo: Takeover woes in the past
  • Jo-Ann Fabrics to move, expand
  • Immersed in art, 24 hours a day
  • Principal designs new school's future
  • Strike up the bands
  • Pinellas Park seeks cash for funeral lunch
  • Business headlines: Groups to take a peek at museum
  • Letters: Greedy developers win, residents lose out

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • The mayor with a golden touch
  • Community liaison quits
  • Police arrest five teens they found in stolen cars
  • Zoning: Andover will add 45 homes
  • Council keeps apartment floodgates open
  • What's shakin' for PhilFest?
  • Open & Shut
  • Week in Review
  • Prep Notebook: Baseball tourney humbles the Chiefs
  • Learning the mysteries of leadership
  • Carrollwood: Barbecue chef's dream tastes sweeter by the day
  • Tampa: Rooster may be a rogue, but fans flock
  • Land O'Lakes: Request to increase sign height denied
  • Neighborhood Notebook: Tampa Palms shopping center plans still unsettled
  • Sports Digest: Swimming lessons offered

  • News of Florida
  • Cold to cut into bay area's spring weather
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