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Times photo: Steve Hasel]
An unexpected fortune
A Floral City man won millions in the Florida Lottery in May. But his estranged wife didn't know until Tuesday.
June 21, 2000

Top stories
Ban on outdoor burning to ease
As rain prompts the lifting of county fireworks bans, state officials expect to lift the burning ban in the Tampa Bay area.

Howard Troxler
Nothing but failure succeeds like success
Hah!

Holt had workers do personal tasks
The Hillsborough public defender says she did nothing wrong and the accusations are part of a vendetta against her.

Eckerd College chief is retiring
The trustees just learned that nearly two-thirds of the endowment has been spent in 18 months without their knowing about it.

School Board reaches out to groups
The Pinellas district will seekpublic comment on its student assignment plan.


South Pinellas headlines
  • Proving her innocence does not allay hurt
  • Fire station is up early for special delivery
  • Beaches celebrate rebuilding program
  • Lealman fire board facing sad facts
  • Mass transit can stave off problems
  • Child stabs 11-year-old in stomach
  • Nursing home back in compliance
  • Vinoy Place condos will come with concierge
  • SunTrust to reduce service on Snell Isle
  • Disston Heights trash bins arrive Friday
  • Treasure Island has big plans for Fourth
  • Fuller pool may close this winter
  • Auction Saturday includes cars, bikes
  • An extreme dose of fun awaits teens this summer
  • Kenneth City council to fill vacant seat
  • The wins of the father are the wins of the son
  • Romance novelist will visit small bookstore
  • Redington Shores to discuss storms
  • Tern nests turning up in all sorts of locations
  • Carolinas feel familiar to sailor on solo trip
  • Collegian Doyle adding his name to local honor roll
  • East Lake team wins first men's Interclub crown
  • St. Petersburg teams win 3 USA League titles

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Incumbent to face challenger for county judge post
  • Incumbent to face challenger for county judge post
  • Twin condo towers to rise over harbor
  • Reprimand officers, second panel urges
  • 1 agency rules out foul play
  • Petal-powered family keeps shop in business
  • City commissioner resigns from his Safety Harbor seat
  • George Mariani, ex-Belleair mayor

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Developer eyes agricultural land
  • Without permit, nature trims tree
  • Schools are free to cut grand oaks
  • 61 warrants spell end of cocaine ring
  • Court clerk has challenger
  • Golf club characterizes filing as reorganization
  • Authorities want Carrollwood club closed for good
  • School Board embraces plan for more nurses
  • Man who raped jogger sentenced
  • Thieves use truck to smash entries
  • Gunmen take cash from hotel register

  • News of Florida
  • Execution halted
  • Pesticide law to cost taxpayers, groups say
  • Why are Florida children writing so much better?
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