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 Tampa Bay: June 16, 2000 South Pinellas County news
Council approves drugstore rezoning
North Shore residents jammed a meeting to fight the CVS drugstore proposal for the historic neighborhood.

City loosens hold on BayWalk land
To help a builder secure loans, St. Petersburg gives up its right to seize the land if the developer defaults.

Rain hasn't raised bacteria levels in bay
Recent storms have not caused problems as they did last summer, when waste washed into the water and beaches had to be closed.


Tampa Bay headlines
  • The many titles and faces of Gallagher
  • Florida's black Catholics to gather
  • School pact close, judge told
  • Man falls in with alligator
  • Police identify woman in coma
  • Tampa bay briefs
  • Photos of McPherson autopsy stir new conflict
  • Donation spreads life-saving machines
  • In bay area, walking can be risky

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Couple bring hope to lives of troubled kids
  • City gives traffic circles another spin
  • Mexico trade trip reaping rewards
  • Briefly
  • Panel: Punish 3 police officers
  • Linebaugh extension work will get rolling
  • Anclote Manor attracts buyer
  • Fire at restaurant blamed on lightning
  • County nursery sprouts near Lake Seminole
  • Concerning bayfront, let's stick to the facts
  • Oldsmar council takes wrong turn on request to change road's name
  • Halstrom, 17, piles up pins, $14,000 in college funds
  • Summer of discovery
  • Commission briefly

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Fired worker: Holt sanctioned software piracy
  • Stunned neighbors see massive oak trimmed
  • Crisis isn't over, water watchers say
  • Tipper Gore stops by a youth center in Tampa Heights
  • Building crews to start an hour later Saturdays
  • 'House of cards' theft trial gets under way
  • Death row inmate from Hillsborough gets new trial
  • Device with radioactive material stolen
  • Rezoning smooths way for Publix
  • The brown, brown grass of home
  • Behind the miniblinds hide lawn renegades
  • Made of iron
  • Kids learn team play, enthusiasm and fundamentals of basketball
  • New Tampa activist accuses sheriff's deputy of assault
  • Information on reclaimed water comes in dribbles
  • Saving pennies also pinched people's feelings
  • Tax board must dip into savings
  • Seminar focuses on how to make the best of difficult divorce situations
  • A little preparation can make annuals last longer
  • Agency demands pulling Dursban off store shelves

  • News of Florida
  • Hunger not humans motivating sharks
  • Blackthorne portrayed as bitter, vindictive
  • GOP: Gallagher decision for the good of the party
  • Lawyers slam study on death sentences

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