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May 20, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 20, 2000 South Pinellas County news

St. Petersburg residents can water two times after all
Swiftmud watering rules say once a day, but it makes an exception for St. Petersburg residents.

Committee suspends efforts for fountain
ST. PETERSBURG -- Amid waning enthusiasm for things millennial, a punishing drought and changes in downtown, the idea to build an interactive Millennium Fountain in St. Petersburg has gone down the drain.

Officers to enforce skateboard prohibition
When the X Trials came two years ago, the ban was lifted and property was damaged. Not again, officials vow.

Neighbors break into home to help wounded resident
ST. PETERSBURG -- Neighbors broke into a Kenwood apartment Thursday evening to help a 46-year-old man who was shot and bleeding, police said.

Man takes deal, pleads no contest in beating
William E. Marr will get 15 years for manslaughter after he testifies against a co-defendant.

School play is part of Fine Arts Festival
Transfiguration Parish School Theater Arts 2000 will present Abe Zaccheus, or, Gimme that Old Time Religion, an original play set in the groovy '60s that takes the form of an old-time revival, complete with preacher, gospel chorus and children's choir.

Some believe in power of the almighty human
Humanists, including one who will speak locally today, believe that people are responsible for creating their own meaning and value in life.

Scammer stays out of prison
A co-perpetrator of one of the largest insurance scams in recent Pinellas history raises restitution money and gets house arrest.

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  • Oldsmar approves zoning change
  • Tarpon resisting police charge is dropped
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  • New swimmers learn lifesaving lessons
  • Prosecutors drop charge of resisting police
  • Seniors ministry is reinvigorated
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  • Clearwater City Commission digest
  • Hillsborough headlines

  • Judge rules mistrial after DNA dispute

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