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
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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