June 7, 2001
||Middle school memories
[Times photo: Cherie Diez]
Charlie Manter, 14, and Michelle Weir, 14, sway to the music at the eighth-grade dance on their last day of school Wednesday at Bay Point Middle School in St. Petersburg. The two have been going together for three months and eight days, Charlie says, and both are going into the International Baccalaureate program at St. Petersburg High next year.
Patient disputes surgeon's story
Adesta L. Hytha says it took 10 days for Dr. Charles E. Cox to tell her he had mistakenly removed her breast.
Clothes make the inmate
Pasco jail trusties say their new uniforms make them look like the Hamburglar.
380 rush to sign up for schools
Why the scurry in the last few days of the school? To be able to opt out of the choice system of school assignment.
Officials to discuss desal settlement
Commissioners will debate an agreement over the proposed plant in south Hillsborough County.
Gym will carry name of man slain by police
The shooting of TyRon Lewis preceded a night of violence. The name is a compromise with the group that renovated the facility.
Mother's faith prevails: Son acquitted in retrial
Joaquin Martinez, a Spanish citizen who spent three years on Florida's death row, is acquitted of two murder counts during a retrial watched by Spain.
2 sentenced in church-run fraud
Both men pleaded guilty to conspiracy in the multimillion dollar Greater Ministries International Church scam.
Tampa Bay briefs
Rains help offset water use during repair
Teachers set to get minimal raises
In a bleak budget year, they agree to accept less money than last year.
South Pinellas headlines
South Pinellas briefs
North Pinellas headlines
City expected to pay sewage damage costs
Largo staff offers cuts, commission says 'whoa'
Oldsmar tightens tap on water
Mr. Nicely decides he'll stick around
Principal retires with an A for school
Students to have hand in arts center design
New rec center will be late for summer campers
Man pays price for catching up to burglar
Seven road projects slide down schedule
Students revel in last-day traditions
New stadium site has warning signs, too
Lawyer's ex-wife sues for his retirement benefits
Man on scooter injured in possible drive-by shooting
Tourist was assaulted by teen, police say
Adviser investigated for sexual comments
Absence of runners helps Rays 5K winner
Prosecutor takes gig in New York
Plant fix forces cut in water supply
Officer cleared in shooting, punished for chase
2 golfers stunned in lightning strike
School ex-manager is accused of theft
Lutz will be less spooky on Halloween
News of Florida
Financially, 'Bo's Bridge' in dire straits
Seminole chief files lawsuit to regain Tribal Council post
Bush names education leaders
Meet the state's new education leaders
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