Tampa Bay: July 8, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Distrust, stigma hinder fight
[Times photo: Krystal Kinnunen]
In Pinellas the rate of infection among blacks continues to rise, defying the efforts of health workers.
Local companies cruise despite slow economy
Stagnation is a word tossed around when talking about the nation. But Pinellas businesses are fine, officials say.
5 candidates arrive for city manager tours, chats
City commissioners start formal interviews Tuesday and hope to name a new city leader the same day.
Dunedin boss learns of life in trenches
In the past 15 years, the city manager has spent time working with the people who work for him.
Casino operator hopes for better luck
The gambling ship has faced engine troubles, certification problems and one very lucky customer.
Hosting ex-leader of Brazil criticized
Former President Fernando Collor de Mello's past made him a poor choice for a lavish visit to Oldsmar, City Council member David Tilki says.
Help for roundabout overdue
A citizens committee appointed to recommend possibles fixes for the accident-prone Clearwater Beach roundabout went round and round on the subject for nine months and came out . . .
Unhappy? Then move elsewhere
Re: Dissent surfaces at condo complex, story, July 1.
Injured slugger hopes to take crack at pros
Baseball has been Patrick Boyd's passion since he first played T-ball.
Readers reply on what Largo means to them
From precious childhood memories to disappointment at the cancellation of the July 4 fireworks show at Largo Central Park, Largo means different things to different people.
Headlines through the years
Work on causeway will get under way
Educators honored for their work