July 5, 2001
||Woman turns 101 as United States turns 225
[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
Amid jazzy numbers from the 23 Skiddo band Wednesday, residents at the Sunrise at North Shore assisted-living facility strutted around the center's recreation room in red, white and blue party hats and feasted on barbecue in celebration of the nation's independence.
Deals make Rays games more affordable
My column of last Wednesday about local folks, including myself, not supporting the Devil Rays, generated a lot of mail and telephone calls.
Noni juice: Magical elixir or trendy nostrum?
Advocates say the Polynesian fruit juice helps everything from arthritis to diabetes. Some doctors are skeptical.
Strikes hospitalize 3, start fire
The three are among several hurt on a bay island. Meanwhile, no one is injured at an assisted living facility.
Drug court awaits new treatment center
So far the offenders have been diverted to other facilities or put in outpatient care.
South Pinellas headlines
Red tape snarls St. Petersburg housing loans
Boater's sharp turn lands him in surgery
St. Petersburg man arrested in shooting
Woman turns 101 as United States turns 225
North Pinellas headlines
Strobes to make buses safer
Co-op compromise to boost funds for East Lake library
76 years -- and counting
Horses carry girls toward adulthood
Better information needed for report on Brazilian ex-president
Teats, Maguire get bang out of early holiday run
Toddler spends night in vehicle
Ober hangs out old dirty laundry
Chorus to carry a tune to the limit
Study: Cameras not a deterrent to crime in Ybor
Lutz has a big parade with a small-town feel
News of Florida
Diplomat unsure on race for governor
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