May 2, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 2, 2000
South Pinellas County news
|[Times photo: Fred Victorin]
Ship lumbers toward Tampa, then new life
After years of dormancy, the Imperial Empress is towed away to be transformed into a casino.
Fran Sutcliffe, guardian of seniors' rights, dies
ST. PETERSBURG -- For more than 25 years, she prowled through nursing homes throughout Pinellas County, investigating complaints and checking on the care of some of the community's frailest residents.
Accreditation hearing gives views on police
Professionals and the public comment on the St. Petersburg Police Department, which is undergoing a reaccreditation review.
Slaughtered kittens left at Pinellas friary
ST. PETERSBURG -- Police are investigating the killing of a pregnant cat whose kittens were removed and strewn on the front doormat of St. Anthony's Friary.
C. Gray Egerton, major organizer of annual parade
ST. PETERSBURG -- C. Gray Egerton, a founder of a long-established downtown men's clothing store and a major organizer of the annual Festival of States' main parade, has died at 91.
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
North Pinellas headlines
Largo may ease residency rule for police
Bombs rattle Tarpon Springs
Time capsule offers peek at good Old days
Video to argue case to close restaurant
Heirs scarce for county administrator job
In the sun
After delay, road project is on horizon
Support rolls in after story of stolen wheelchair
Two killings stump Clearwater police
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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