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March 21, 2001
Howard Troxler
Bright ideas may lose gloss after Jeb's gone
From our Jan. 24, 2003, editions.

Top stories
Activists push oath to reduce violence
Organizers hope the Hands and Words Are Not for Hurting Project will find its way into local public schools as a daily devotion.

Eckerd College names president
The college's presidential search committee says it has found just the man to whip the college back into fiscal shape.

Panel approves SPJC plan for 4-year degrees
The plan would allow SPJC to award bachelor's degrees in teaching, nursing and technology.

Tampa Bay Water gets restrictions in lieu of fines
Swiftmud could have levied millions of dollars for pumping permit violations. But the board is dictating numerous conditions and has not ruled out fines.

Greco puts a spark to trolley line
A half-century after its clickety-click faded, an electric trolley is on track for 2002, with "Shirley's Car."

1 killed in head-on crash with truck
KEYSTONE -- A speeding driver trying to pass a car on a wet, curvy section of Gunn Highway died Tuesday morning after crashing head-on into a truck, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said.

Skyway sees wind-blown crash, fatal leap
Rain and a strong gust of wind are blamed after a Ford Explorer flips approaching the bridge. About two hours later, a man jumps to his death.

Study: Pinellas should increase payroll
Pinellas County should increase its payroll by $82,000 a year to give pay raises to 27 county management employees, a consultant told County Commissioners on Tuesday.

Tampa Bay briefs
International court speech part of tolerance series

South Pinellas headlines
  • Pipes, water supply drive Ford's campaign
  • Big primary margin major factor in duel
  • Public talks to shape city 20 years hence
  • Hands-on hoopla at Sunken Gardens
  • Fisher unseats Olsen in Ward 2
  • Pinellas Park chief guts volunteer police program
  • A street tells state why it can't wait
  • Police chief turns down captain's resignation
  • Parents can help kids get fit, stay fit
  • Old church needs massive renovation
  • Baker campaign sign planted in chief's yard
  • Military news
  • Focus on volunteers
  • For half a century, streetcars were king
  • Museum toasts to green -- and purple and red ...
  • Beach briefs
  • Doughnut fans with glazed look to perk up
  • Seafood for sale
  • Hamilton Disston teacher wins 'Time' prize
  • School briefs
  • Teachers draw on expertise of speakers
  • Not your everyday pets
  • Change vs. status quo
  • Question the candidates
  • Views of economic development differ
  • Rivals seek development south of Central
  • Littrell, Eaton play up their backgrounds
  • Native, newcomer battle for council seat
  • Appointee, challenger vie in District 1
  • 10 city charter amendments on ballot
  • Schools want to lease city land
  • Officer appeals one-day suspension
  • Police cancer walk teams to hold yard sale Saturday
  • Neighborhood briefs
  • Largo merchants push for changes across downtown
  • New office to provide cancer information
  • Bicycle club is preparing for its Spring Classic
  • Treasure Island ekes out league title
  • Seminole Lake team moves atop standings

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Woman dies in Dunedin car crash
  • Old clothes help community programs
  • Llama suspect held in stabbing
  • Yacht Basin project still taking shape
  • Residents want city to click
  • Pinellas County land may go to the dogs
  • DiDonato cruises to victory
  • Supremacist returns to face theft charge
  • School disciplines baseball players
  • Seminole briefs
  • Protests don't slow project
  • With all the beach traffic, we're prisoners in paradise
  • Seminole digest
  • Series of free law classes continues at SPJC campus
  • Clearwater project still taking shape at beach
  • Residents have mangroves in their sights
  • Civil Air Patrol Group 8 honors cadets, squadron
  • Winn-Dixie site is in Walgreens' plan
  • Bicycle club prepares for its Spring Classic
  • Largo digest
  • St. Pete Beach finds itself fighting losing battle
  • Woman dies in Dunedin crash
  • Headlines through the years

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Prosecutors try to depose the 'top Outlaw'
  • USF dreams of creating arts hot spot
  • Crowd cheers mayor's plan for arts zone
  • Woman's body in river is identified
  • Date rape drug brings charges
  • 2 victims live to testify against shooter
  • Bulletin board

  • News of Florida
  • Senators see deal to study fast train
  • 2 dead despite attempts to stop rampage
  • Effort brings New College closer to independence
  • Lawmakers outflank legions of phone lobbyists
  • Around the state
  • Legislature 2001
  • Senate committee moves to approve 2 insurance bills
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