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South Pinellas | North Pinellas | Hillsborough
May 22, 2000



[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
Residents of an adult group home for the retarded have become close over the years. Their parents fear the home will be split up. Story

Post office fire to get quick fix
A temporary facility will be set up next to the charred Ybor City building as officials look for other suitable space.

A diamond in the rough
Its players come from poor neighborhoods and its fields are patchy, but the Belmont Heights Little League has pride in past players and faith in its future.

Howard Troxler
Parking is a game we play but never seem to win
"The city of St. Petersburg," Phil Oropesa began, "has been playing this game since back in 1958."

Top stories
6 survive night in gulf after boat sinks
The three men and three women talked, joked and kept each other awake; two couples ended up engaged.

[Times photo: John Pendygraft]

Teacher drain to strain system
Administrators also will be among the thousands retiring by 2005. Finding and training replacements will be daunting.

70-year-old charged with DUI-manslaughter in crash
TAMPA -- A 70-year-old driver was charged with DUI-manslaughter Sunday after a pedestrian was hit and killed early Sunday morning in downtown Tampa, police said.


South Pinellas headlines
  • Stricken judge speaks up about cancer
  • Eckerd College graduates come from around world
  • Class is adult program's largest
  • Keeping 'family' together
  • They gain diplomas, exchange farewells
  • X Trials skateboard fans are kept in line

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Officials charge man with loan scam
  • Bryan Dairy acts as high-tech magnet
  • Making plans for an oasis of learning
  • Curfew in Largo has some critics
  • Don't let naysayers spoil redevelopment for Clearwater
  • Judge declares a 'mister' trial for murder case

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • 70-year-old charged with DUI-manslaughter in crash

  • News of Florida
  • Shelters may be tough enough after all
  • Ex-sheriff's lieutenant charged in double slaying
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