April 10, 2003
Tampa Bay: April 10, 2003
North Pinellas County news
Dunedin business cuts cost of drugs
It orders medications from Canadian pharmacies that can offer lower prices and send the drugs to customers' homes.
Fugitive child abuser found in New York
After two years on the run, Joseph Ransey, who skipped his sentencing, is brought back to Florida and jailed.
Golf course gets makeover
The $2.7-million project aims to bring back the classic look of the Belleair Country Club's course envisioned by acclaimed architect Donald Ross.
Tarpon makes Saturday cleanup day
If you're doing your spring cleaning and have an old carpet, couch or washing machine that has to go, just get it to the curb by 7 a.m.
SWAT team tracks armed man to motel
He refuses to communicate with police, who later find him dead in a Clearwater Palms Motel room.
Masterson works hard to make win look easy
You would think an opening mile of 4 minutes, 58 seconds with a 100-meter lead would convince a front runner that he could coast home in a 5K road race.
Editorial: Cardboard Cops could help cut out speeding
It is no secret that Largo police Chief Lester Aradi loves personal contact with residents -- one journalist described him as "relentlessly friendly" -- and that he insists his officers also reach out to people in the community.
Letters: Simply signaling could cure many roundabout ills
Re: Drivers, not roads, cause accidents, letter, March 18.
Tampa Bay headlines
Abductor destined to live life in a cell
Gate open, they're off!
Memo outlines incentives to ice deal with Lightning
Iraq: Blood donors fill military need
Iraq: Law enforcement officers shuffle duties as some serve country
Taking care of their own at VA hospital
Post offices test anthrax detectors
Crash kills driver and closes Gandy for hours
Highlights of deal proposal
Mary Jo Melone: Lawmakers abandon our old, ill and poor
South Pinellas headlines
It's Mayor Maloof
Obituary: American Stage veteran Kathy Foley dies
Obituary: 'Flo' Fussell, descendant of local settlers
Hyde Park scores against tower
Iorio aide will promote east Tampa
Battered spouse defense blocked
Christopher Goffard & Tamara Lush: Crime victim's widow given restored Olds
Ernest Hooper: Growth in East Tampa; slow times for charities
News of Florida
Iraq: Graham stands by antiwar position
Legislature: Basic telephone rates may increase sharply
Legislature: Capitol threatens area's water peace
Four cops convicted in Miami
Childers convicted of bribery
Legislature: Deliberations on judges will remain closed
Bush: Keep crime lab funding up
Around the state: Early head count gives Foley lead over McCollum
Budget veto brewing over school funds
Lawmakers move to delay cleanup deadline
Legislature: Malpractice reforms head to the Senate
Legislature: A most special session
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