March 17, 2001
||Drinking to history, not politics
[Times photo: Toni L. Sandys]
The owner of the Irish pub Four Green Fields in Tampa says he's in business to make money, not play politics. But yes, he does support the IRA.
Ex-wife admits killing
To avoid a death sentence, Katherine Freeman pleads guilty to murdering her ex-husband.
The opera's overture
Opera fans revel in their feathers and finery at the world premiere of Sacco & Vanzetti.
Radio station suspends Bubba
TAMPA -- Bubba the Love Sponge Clem has been suspended from his morning radio show on WXTB-FM 97.9 (98 Rock) for an indefinite period, an attorney for the station's owner, Clear Channel Communications, said Friday.
Water users: No one-size-fits-all fixes
Pasco is doubling fines. Pinellas wants no changes. The Tampa Bay Water members want to keep some autonomy.
Times names winners of scholarships for 2001
ST. PETERSBURG -- Their counselors describe them as determined, independent, self-motivated, driven.
Tampa Bay briefs
Fights start when deputies close club
Executive accused of patient brokering
The Pinellas man joins a group of more than 50 people already charged in the federal investigation.
Owner of clinics charged with overcharging for MRI tests
NEW PORT RICHEY -- The owner of a New Port Richey-based chain of clinics Thursday was charged with fraud for overcharging insurance companies for patients' MRI tests.
South Pinellas headlines
Debate turns feisty
Man found not guilty in '97 murder
Multicultural church marks its 75th year
Police digging into woman's shooting
Slain man was going through rocky divorce
Curtis W. Bowman, 85, physician
North Pinellas headlines
Jewish rockers to perform tonight at Countryside High
70-year-old house's top speed: 0.1 mph
Hospital, American Cancer Society team up
Largo disciplines two officers
Doctors' sentence: probation
Sheriff's deputy resigns in inquiry
This field day covers the globe
Clearwater condo project dispute settled
Largo disciplines two police officers
Two arrested; woman accused of child abuse
Llama case defendant eligible for aid
Mark your calendar
Upham fighting a losing battle
Archbishop asks for orphan aid
A closer look: One Hillsborough church
News of Florida
Medicaid fees get life after death
Democrats query Peterson as governor hopeful
Around the state
Universities recoil at Senate budget fix
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