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 Tampa Bay: July 21, 2000 North Pinellas County news
Three teenagers charged in fire at library
Police say the trio had been thrown out of the North Greenwood branch last year.

Clearwater manager leaves with $166,000
Commissioners approve a severance package for City Manager Mike Roberto, ending his three-year tenure.

Clearwater accepts gift of land for stadium
The 32-acre offering from St. Petersburg Junior College could be the site of a new spring training home for the Philadelphia Phillies.

Man facing charge of attempted murder
Police said the 43-year-old suspect admitted the shooting. The man who was shot was treated and released.

County to install senior center sprinklers
The $270,000 project might help the Senior Activity Center attract events and boost its revenue.

Number of new homes in Tarpon rises
The city's development services director says the strong economy has construction booming around the state.

Employers hope buses help fill jobs
OLDSMAR -- In less than two weeks, local businesses might finally fill many of the lower-wage jobs for which they have struggled to find workers in the past few years.

Messy dogs may get booted
In Indian Rocks Beach, a popular ball field has turned into a minefield of droppings. But a proposed solution has left both sides howling.

Blame bad service for tourism woes in Tarpon Springs
Our recent experience may help explain why Tarpon Springs is having trouble attracting tourists.

Stevenson Creek Web site is up and running
CLEARWATER -- The city of Clearwater and the Southwest Florida Water Management District have launched a new Web site on the Stevenson Creek Watershed Management Plan. It is accessible on the World Wide Web at http://www.clearwater-fl.com/engineer/projects/stevenson.

City approves church land deal
CLEARWATER -- The City Commission had an abundant agenda Thursday night, also taking the following actions:

National tourney next on schedule for junior bowlers
Cedric Roberts took his 147 average, steadfast determination and mother's advice to the Florida State Coca-Cola Championships in Pensacola last April and beat a field of 525 competitors for his first major tournament championship.

A career in black and white
A former photography teacher at Tarpon Springs High exhibits her work and the work of 11 of her students at the city's cultural center.


Tampa Bay headlines
  • Student gunned down at nightclub
  • Clearwater manager leaves with $166,000
  • Common sense for dummies
  • Officer on leave after car shooting
  • Nader rallies his faithful before WTVT testimony
  • Judge releases McPherson autopsy photos
  • Senate candidate plans forum in St. Petersburg
  • Police raid nude clubs for third time in a week

  • South Pinellas headlines
  • Publix to close store in Coquina Key area
  • City puts limits on curb mailboxes
  • Screech help stolen parrot get back home
  • James Duncan, was Episcopal bishop
  • Joann Gilbart Summer, part of a pioneer family

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Ballot for Coe's office fills out
  • Building added to FAMU bid
  • Six physicians are accused in referral kickback scheme
  • Lap dances continue and so do the arrests

  • News of Florida
  • Interim president may keep UF reins
  • Emissions test hearing ends with a whimper
  • Field for insurance post narrows
  • Judges' jobs are no longer as secure
  • Regents vow to fight board's demise
  • Company sues state over disputed radio network job
  • House member accuses GOP of 'terrorist tactics'
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