May 16, 2000
[Times photo: Cherie Diez]
|The manager at Pursley Turf Farm in Parrish says business has been cut in half compared with last year's .
Drought demands new tactics
The regional water board will allow a giant siphoning of water from a sinkhole into the Hillsborough River, at an all-time low.
Expert declares Aisenberg evidence inaudible
Damaging statements on tapes made of Steven and Marlene Aisenberg can't be heard, he says.
Worries preceded child sex arrest
Deputies complained that the YMCA leader was "having a hard time setting boundaries" with children.
South Pinellas headlines
Boater dies after head hits bridge
New tool keeps track of parking
North Pinellas headlines
Swimming toward Paralympics
Museum garners city help
Officials to ponder referendum plans
Firefighters practice swinging ax
Drowning victim had a love for life
Putting up signs may be a welcome idea in Oldsmar
County may ban public drinking
Officials to discuss Explorers situation
Tuition to inch up for SPJC students
Largo official wants elections post
Theaters would project life into downtown Clearwater
Largo woman found dead in bathtub
Arson ruins house fixed for parent
Shot 10 times, restaurateur survives 9 hours of surgery
Court held state attorney hopeful in contempt
New weekend ban holds water
Pedestrian dies in hit-and-run accident in Tampa
News of Florida
Auto shops fear losses if emissions testing ends
Women file suit over controversial diet drug
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