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 Tampa Bay: June 29, 2000 South Pinellas County news
Pinellas grades shock, excite
The district earned 10 more A's and six fewer D's. Some schools made drastic leaps to officials' delight.

Driver's flight crashes to a stop, injuring three
ST. PETERSBURG -- A stolen car ran a stop sign, hit two other cars and injured three people Wednesday evening while being followed by a Gulfport police car, authorities say.

Outgoing college president will give up 2001 salary
ST. PETERSBURG -- Peter Armacost, who is leaving after 23 years as president of Eckerd College, has agreed not to take his scheduled $189,000 salary as president emeritus next year, said the chairman of Eckerd's board of trustees, Arthur J. Ranson III.

Juvenile's death labeled as abuse
The boy died while being restrained by a camp counselor. The state wants a plan to ensure this never happens again.

Outgoing college president will give up 2001 salary
ST. PETERSBURG -- Peter Armacost, who is leaving after 23 years as president of Eckerd College, has agreed not to take his scheduled $189,000 salary as president emeritus next year, said the chairman of Eckerd's board of trustees, Arthur J. Ranson III.


Tampa Bay headlines
  • Pinellas-Pasco Medical examiner retires
  • Playing both ends against middle age
  • 'God bless Darva'
  • Judge makes no decision on fee
  • Pinellas revising welfare setup
  • Outgoing college president will give up 2001 salary

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • 5 students broaden horizons in sister city
  • Tension growing between city, sheriff
  • Tension growing between city, sheriff
  • Neighbors feud over bird feeding
  • Political rookie joins commission race
  • Power line accident prompts an inquiry
  • Rain brings fleas, rats, mosquitoes -- Oh, my!
  • City may lower property tax again
  • Tarpon Springs ordinance endangers our environment
  • Local USA League champs get set for regional tourney

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • District schools improve on FCAT
  • Club may be killed by lease, not police
  • Man gets 45 years' probation in burning of house
  • Democrat drops her campaign for state attorney's post
  • County votes for new pet restrictions
  • Authorities seize 5 tons of cocaine, arrest 13
  • Reckless driver drags paramedic 500 feet
  • Caller has ominous tip about missing mother
  • Speedy trial law, lack of witnesses free slaying suspect

  • News of Florida
  • Everglades project moves forward
  • Whom to believe is key for Blackthorne jury
  • Schools ponder mailing scores
  • FAMU remark raises eyebrows
  • FCAT scores improve -- a lot
  • Group asks Bush to decry GOP chief
  • Engineers relinquish authority in contract
  • Area crackdown on phony medical claims charges 22

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