May 12, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 12, 2000
North Pinellas County news
City may regulate private sewers
A study links high water levels at Largo's treatment plant to poorly maintained private sewer systems.
Slain boy's father gets life, no parole
The Largo man could have been sentenced to death for his conviction in the death of his 3-month-old son.
Purchase unites wildlife preserve
The two pieces of the Ozona preserve are connected by a 1.7-acre tract, at a cost of $115,000, which also increases its size to 8.3 acres.
Suspect tracked down, held in Clearwater death
Police say the victim was killed in a dispute over clothing. The suspect was arrested in North Florida.
SPJC property a natural for park
The college and Pinellas County are collaborating to create a park on environmentally sensitive land at the Seminole campus.
Largo resident supports police chief and commissioners
Re: Largo residents deserve answers, editorial, May 10.
YABA tournament to pay winner $25,000 in scholarship money
Gary and Pamela Beck of Batesville, Va., hope to put $25,000 into a young bowler's college scholarship fund -- in one lump sum.
Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll? Only one makes the cut
"Straight edge" isn't the name of a band competing in the Battle of the Bands this Sunday at Clearwater's Coachman Park. It's the identity that teenagers in many of the bands have taken for their music.
Tampa Bay headlines
Image graces Bradenton churchKilling suspect had different sides
Tampa's water crisis getting worse
2 local utilities among dirtiest
College credit, in 8th-grade
Residents try, but they can't save Little Al
Transportation panel keeps taxi number metered
South Pinellas headlines
Image graces Bradenton church
Man rescues teenager in water after wreck
Streets to be of a different stripe
Physician charged with Medicaid fraud
Man dies, wife hurt in house fire
Abuse reports started in 1994
Grand plan to move trees embraced
Town hall meeting attracts a crowd in Sun City Center
Man convicted of shooting 2, 1 fatally, near USF
Fire puts out lights at youth baseball field
Bulldozer yields to efforts to fix houses
City officials end spat in time to help home buyers
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