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 Tampa Bay: July 21, 2000 South Pinellas County news
Publix to close store in Coquina Key area
Residents are signing petitions and planning a protest march for Saturday.

City puts limits on curb mailboxes
But the ordinance is likely to land the city in a court fight with the Postal Service, the city's attorney says.

Screech help stolen parrot get back home
ST. PETERSBURG -- Many bird owners view their winged companions as more than just pets.

James Duncan, was Episcopal bishop
Retired Episcopal Bishop James L. Duncan, a former rector of St. Peter's Cathedral in St. Petersburg and a champion of improved care for the elderly, died Thursday (July 20, 2000) at the Floridean Nursing Home in Miami. He was 86.

Joann Gilbart Summer, part of a pioneer family
ST. PETERSBURG -- Joann Gilbart Summer, a member of a pioneer family that helped settle St. Petersburg more than a century ago, has died at 69.


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

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Three teenagers charged in fire at library
  • Clearwater accepts gift of land for stadium
  • Man facing charge of attempted murder
  • County to install senior center sprinklers
  • Number of new homes in Tarpon rises
  • Employers hope buses help fill jobs
  • Messy dogs may get booted
  • Blame bad service for tourism woes in Tarpon Springs
  • Stevenson Creek Web site is up and running
  • City approves church land deal
  • National tourney next on schedule for junior bowlers
  • A career in black and white

  • 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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