May 2, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 2, 2000
North Pinellas County news
|[Times photo: Jill Sagers]
Bombs rattle Tarpon Springs
Several businesses have been damaged by homemade explosives in the past week, and two people have been arrested.
Largo may ease residency rule for police
The city manager endorses a change after being nudged by the union, city staff and the police chief, who has trouble recruiting officers.
Time capsule offers peek at good Old days
OLDSMAR- Construction worker Ryan Higgins was using a jackhammer to blast away at the northeast cornerstone of the Oldsmar Library on Friday when he struck metal.
Video to argue case to close restaurant
TARPON SPRINGS -- The Tarpon Springs Police Department plans to show a video of alleged drug deals and a robbery outside Johnnie'$ Sports Bar & Grill at a City Commission meeting tonight, with the goal of having the restaurant declared a nuisance and shut down.
Heirs scarce for county administrator job
Although the county's longtime administrator will be gone by the end of the year, no replacements have surfaced.
In the sun
|[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
Doctors do an annual check for skin cancer among beachgoers at Clearwater Beach.
After delay, road project is on horizon
The widening of Old Oakhurst Road is slated to start at summer's end. It will include a sidewalk, curbs and some concessions to allay residents' concerns about scenery.
Support rolls in after story of stolen wheelchair
The woman whose chair was taken says she has received four new chairs, donations and even hugs from strangers.
Two killings stump Clearwater police
A 31-year-old woman was found dead behind a Clearwater motel. In a second case, a 39-year-old man was killed.
Tampa Bay headlines
Man faces life in friend's drug death
When bad things happen to 'good' neighborhoods
Associate of Lyons gets 2 years' probation
Pilot remembered for caring ways
Rural yard yields $2.5-million in alleged drug money
Freedom in hand, woman regains sons
South Pinellas headlines
Ship lumbers toward Tampa, then new life
Fran Sutcliffe, guardian of seniors' rights, dies
Accreditation hearing gives views on police
Slaughtered kittens left at Pinellas friary
C. Gray Egerton, major organizer of annual parade
Legislators back giving county money to TGH
Deputies' sacrifice honored
Trial opens for man accused of fatally shooting girlfriend
Teens die after car flips during police chase
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