May 19, 2000
|Rams count on tackles
[Times photo: Janel Schroeder]
Senior-to-be bookends Keith Conley and Vincent Reynoso probably will not touch the football next season, but both tackles are expected to have a hand in Ridgewood's revival.
||Man might go free for lack of witness
If a key witness in a fatal attack does not quickly return to the United States, the only man charged in the case could go free.
Gun at school creates concerns
Parents want to be sure that a fifth-grader charged with bringing a handgun to school will be sent to a specialized school.
Watering schedule may be revised
Pasco might alter its plan to allow watering over five days instead of just two days, which lowers water pressure.
Deputies honored for saving lives
Pasco County deputies and other employees were among those given awards for their deeds.
Report: Sentence teen as juvenile
The state Juvenile Justice Department recommends juvenile sentencing guidelines if a Pasco teen is convicted of shooting a friend.
The time is right for Sylvia Young to bow out
Sylvia Young's retirement from the Pasco County Commission is the appropriate decision after 20 years in office. Her tenure sets a modern longevity record locally, an achievement she crowned during her final term with the completed restoration of the Historic County Courthouse, an antique-laden jewel in the heart of Dade City.
Brush fire puts Pinellas on guard
With the desertlike conditions showing no sign of letting up, fire officials are getting ready for the worst.
Teen accused of making fake bomb
PORT RICHEY -- A 15-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday after deputies said he tried to mix a chemical cocktail and threatened to blow up his teacher.
Celebrate hero from Hernando
Jerome Brown weekend to be full of NFL stars and good deeds.
Gun in truck gets driver arrested
ZEPHYRHILLS -- A driver delivering a load of asphalt to Zephyrhills Correctional Institute was arrested Wednesday after prison guards found a handgun and marijuana in the man's truck, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said.
Artist's brush strokes a wide swath
By using differing styles, the Pasco sister portrays her varied life experiences.
The Pasco School District's Energy and Marine Center in Port Richey will offer a glimpse of what only children on field trips usually see.
State competition heats up this week
A dozen area adult teams will join more than 120 others in state competition this week at three clubs in Pinellas County.
Planter poaching was Times' error
A newspaper employee mistakenly reclaims two oversized plant pots, causing a minor flap among the Times' new Dade City neighbors.
Planting the seeds of wisdom
The Magnolia Garden Show will offer a range of knowledge on gardening issues.