May 18, 2001
Tampa Bay: May 18, 2001
South Pinellas County news
Crib death suspected in day care case
ST. PETERSBURG -- A 5-month-old boy was found dead in his crib Thursday by a babysitter.
St. Petersburg gives dogs a place to roam
ST. PETERSBURG -- The City Council on Thursday approved letting dogs frolic with their owners and without leashes on a little-used acre at Coquina Key Park.
Fred B. Sieber, retired banker
The Pennsylvania native worked in law firms in Tampa and St. Petersburg before becoming a bank chairman in the mid-1970s.
D. Marie Boudreau, Kenneth City activist
KENNETH CITY -- D. Marie Boudreau, a community activist and perennial Town Council candidate, has died at 71.
Tampa Bay headlines
Elder agency lays off 82 more
Strawberry is spared jail term
Tampa Bay briefs
No cell, just sessions for Strawberry
North Pinellas headlines
Sheriff faults boater in crash
Gulfview won't close for beach resorts
Boys to get fire safety lessons
Fines pile up against voyeur Web site
Safety Harbor may tap spring for fountain
From struggles, a business grows
Educator ends 30-year career
Overreaction led to overly severe punishment
Vikings will attack Philippe Park
Spat may double up fire stations
Deputy honored for foiling robbery
Parents denounce teacher's behavior
Prosecutor suspended for one year
News of Florida
Lawmaker sent manure, her fans send praises
Workers protest Bush's plan to farm out some state jobs
Newly charged guards enter pleas
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