May 30, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 30, 2000
North Pinellas County news
||A day to remember
[Times photo: John Pendygraft]
Cindy Dawes is comforted by her husband, David, at the grave of her father, Michael Welch, a Vietnam Veteran. Dawes spent time Monday at Bay Pines National Cemetery before the Memorial Day service.
Determined student overcomes accident
CLEARWATER -- Like a mother holding her newborn for the first time, Karly Schweitzer gently rocks her solid lead crystal award in her soft, delicate hands.
Safety Harbor to review downtown advocate job
The city is expected to discuss whether to keep, drop or expand the role of a part-time downtown economic development officer.
Death at theme park stuns friends
A 30-year-old man who died an hour after riding a Busch Gardens roller coaster had an undiagnosed heart ailment that a doctor says could have killed him while he rested in bed.
Remembering fallen comrades
One former Marine plants a flag in a remote part of a cemetery where a soldier unknown to him lies buried.
Sewer floods rack center for the deaf
After four backups of untreated sewage at the Deaf Service Center over two months, county officials think they've identified the source of the flooding and are planning repairs.
Morning fire ravages warehouse
The air conditioning and refrigeration company lost its building and much inventory to the blaze.
Money spent on Seminole water tower had a better use
Re: Big birds add airy image to water tower, story, May 25.
Hill comes home and wins 50-lap Modified race
Luke Hill is accustomed to traveling a lot.
Tampa Bay headlines
New financial aid rule helps USF's summer enrollment
Fall from balcony kills woman, injures man
Brush fires close I-275, flare up around Florida
Rain defies forecast talents
The Valessa Robinson case
Inside the jury room
South Pinellas headlines
Parents baffled by a breach of trust
Girl leaves hospital after nearly drowning
An emotional remembrance
Authorities seek leads in weekend stabbing
Missing woman found on street
Hubcap signs put a new spin on advertising
Man, 34, dies in Hillsborough River
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