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April 18, 2003
Tampa Bay: April 18, 2003 South Pinellas County news
Council expands police car perk
Allowing officers living outside the city to drive police cars home will cost the city about $828,000 in 2004.

Landmark status clears the path to restoration
The owner of the 78-year-old building says work could begin today.


Tampa Bay headlines
  • Howard Troxler: When cuts hurt trial courts, we all feel pain
  • School background checks lag
  • President's appeal to fade, Kerry says
  • Attracting the right mix?
  • Tax bill swells as Bucs stall
  • Obituary: Dancer put swing into many a life
  • Suspected SARS patient returns home
  • Shooting stuns golfers; gunman still at large
  • Court rejects killer's appeal

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Murder conviction delivered in an hour
  • Fish tale with new hook
  • Flag-flying vet takes patriotic salute to street
  • For those who served, Jays' games are free
  • SPC names education college for Bilirakises
  • Motorcycle rider flown to hospital after crash
  • Peace Corps teacher to share her adventures
  • Ehlman, Zwerling help keep ball rolling for state NABI
  • Grab a tube!
  • Letters: Recent articles disturb an active Scientologist

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Ernest Hooper: West Tampa uncovering its hidden beauty
  • Tampa council okays new boathouse
  • Man arrested, accused of stabbing wife
  • Streetcar ridership higher than expected
  • Light rail movement gets federal approval to proceed
  • Military news

  • Brandon Times
  • Lunch with Ernest: Camp life replaces corporate
  • This is 'our gift to the city'
  • Roll models
  • I Live Here
  • People: On the back burner no more
  • A horse tale
  • Farmer's Market: A business built on straw
  • Zoning: What lies ahead for old house? Move it or lose it
  • Apollo Beach: More signs going up to protect manatees
  • Brandon: From one Relay For Life to four
  • Teens help out on the domestic front
  • Gardening: Gardeners welcome late blast of cool air
  • Money talks in this mayor's race
  • Notebook: Adult day care to relocate
  • Lane Ranger: MacDill sightseers and missing cow convoys
  • Prep notebook: Despite slump, Durant commands district
  • Soccer: Goalie guards net for three top-level teams
  • Letters: Take a moment to count life's many blessings

  • City Times
  • Amy Scherzer's Diary: Clinic award treasured
  • Homes: Dreadful rite of spring is here
  • Homes: Precious moments preserved
  • Touching messages recall young Marine
  • An unsinkable legend
  • What's Brewing?: Breaking chains of local fare
  • East Ybor: TV judge visiting to encourage voter drive
  • Seminole Heights: Politicians keep finger on pulse of city groups
  • What's in a name?: 'Old Fuss and Feathers' led troops
  • Profile: 'Lobstah's' the Maine thing
  • Flag store plants in new location
  • Tampa: Neighbors cataloging drug deal locations
  • Obituary: Beloved coach and respected silversmith
  • Wily rooster Wheezy still eludes capture
  • Palma Ceia: Neighbors hail new school fence

  • North of Tampa
  • Scents and accents
  • Town 'N Country: Civic picked her battles
  • Crazy for crustaceans
  • Lawsuit may bankrupt Sugarwood Grove
  • New Tampa: Highlands switching from rentals to condos
  • Gardeners welcome last blast of cool air
  • Oldsmar: Three decades -- and business is booming
  • Forgotten stuff can freshen rooms
  • Land O'Lakes: Importer introduces vintage offerings
  • Gaither still rough in the diamond
  • Citrus Park: Supporters want road plan to be made a priority
  • Letters: Our rights assured by others' sacrifices

  • News of Florida
  • Legislature: Lawmakers try to draw shade on public records
  • Bush lashes out at Everglades critics
  • 2 make short list to build high-speed rail
  • Hateful admission, but no hate crime verdict
  • Amtrak wreck still a mystery

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