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South Pinellas | North Pinellas | Hillsborough
May 19, 2000

As major fire ebbs,
others pop up


[Times photo: Bill Serne]
A Sarasota County blaze is 90 percent contained, the drought feeds smaller fires in the Tampa Bay area.
Howard Troxler
Saying farewell to a sharp wit and light heart
In an obituary, all of the official stuff must be included. No one feels much like telling jokes or funny tales.

Top stories
Water rules confound experts, too
And you thought you were confused by the ever-shifting restrictions on the outdoor use of water.

Tampa gets a drop of good news on water
The city's water consumption fell slightly last week. No one seems to know why.

Defense points at mother in child's death
Prosecutors say Walter Morris beat the 2-year-old as his parents watched during a wrestling broadcast.

Redevelopment plan going before voters
The City Commission voted 4-to-1 late Thursday to put a sweeping downtown redevelopment plan valued at $200-million to $300-million to a public vote this summer.


South Pinellas headlines
  • Skates, boats, bats to fill the city
  • Gap is out of BayWalk's lineup
  • Governor says people, not money, will win drug war

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • City hands downtown plan to voters
  • Woman who 'made a difference' mourned
  • Morning fire damages building in Clearwater
  • High Point parade sets goal of unity
  • Man charged with killing ex-girlfriend
  • Boy ignites propane tank in back yard
  • Brush fire puts area on guard
  • Bridge painters will contest fines
  • Store may rise where church stands now
  • Lightly loaded buses put a strain on roads, taxpayers
  • Relay for Life events begin today
  • Two remain in hospital after fire in restaurant
  • City wants to cash in on corporate sponsorships
  • Dunedin library director leaving job
  • Clearwater building damaged in blaze
  • Earning a spot on Team USA can be a goal for anyone
  • A bunch of characters

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Injured manatee manages birth
  • Fired state official wins post in county
  • Police pick up running man, find roommate dead
  • DNA key in 11-year-old murder case
  • Man found dead in Tampa house; roommate jailed
  • Moffitt gets millions for cancer study
  • Dinosaur museum plan not a giant hit

  • News of Florida
  • Car title loan rates are tamed
  • Senate contender strikes chief rival over airwaves
  • Court blocks school impact fee for seniors development
  • Broward teacher captures state title
  • Mining measure addresses road work
  • Bar seeks applicants for examining board
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