Tampa Bay: July 23, 2000
North Pinellas County news
Officer wears kindness like a badge
||'Steadfast to the end'
[Times photo: Brendan Fitterer]
Resigning was difficult, former Clearwater City Manager Mike Roberto says, but "you accept this as being part of the profession."
Seminole's community policing officer traveled a circuitous route to being a deputy. She says she enjoys helping others.
District adds to fund for choice plan's unseen costs
More busing and other expenses could be draining, so the proposed budget includes money for a special account.
Plaza adrift since anchor store departed
Tenants of LaBelle Plaza shopping center say business declined after Winn-Dixie pulled out.
Dogs paying with lives for curiosity about toads
Vets say they are seeing more cases of dogs being poisoned by the giant Bufo marinus.
Mistake stops work at development
Until Oldsmar sorts out a misunderstanding over parking requirements at Gull Aire Village, no more building permits will be issued.
Ousting Roberto is 1 step in long journey
In the end, it was almost anti-climactic.
Now let's build a better Clearwater
The steering committee of Save The Bayfront wishes to commend the people of Clearwater for getting out the vote July 11 to prevent the commercialization of our bluff and bayfront.
Motorcyclist without helmet injured in accident
LARGO -- A motorcyclist not wearing a helmet was injured Friday evening when he collided with a car, police said.
Large jewfish caught, carved up for needy
Headlines through the years
Celebration vans visit Palm Harbor, fuel speculation
PALM HARBOR -- Two vans from Disney's acclaimed residential development, Celebration, rolled into downtown around noon July 13, touching off speculation about the reason for the visit.
Tampa Bay headlines
The unquiet passing of Uncle Pop
Man fights 'nightmare' of stolen identity
Dress codes begin at home
Program gave some questionable grants
Pasco okays plans for a new city
Pilot quickly gets 'back to normal'
Recipients appreciate money, whatever the issues
Communities just can't spend the money fast enough
South Pinellas headlines
Flooding bedevils retailers
2 churches at odds over gay unions
Upham Beach erosion rate raises concerns
Couple say police office is 'hostile'
Neighbors troubled at Publix's departure
Tyrone Gardens' Eckerd shuts doors
Sunrise Sale draws bargain hunters
First Avenue S is third to get thinner
3-year term for mayor is facing a vote
Beach city takes a step back from trolley proposal
Firefighter appealing decision to fire him
Police chief's memo takes issue with bias complaint
Team bound for national tournament
Five-year-old tips his hat to the Devil Rays
Intersection leaves road chief shaking his head
Socially unacceptable -- and attention-getting
Resurrection House poised for new era
Social service agencies dot St. Anthony's land
'It just feels like home'
City to consider revitalization plan
The life of Mr. Sun is a bowl of cherries (and then some)
Rough lives of 4 pitbulls likely will end
Ordinance bars new centers for homeless downtown
The Henderson dynasty
Raids on local bottle clubs result in 33 arrests
News of Florida
Senate candidate defends gun control stance
No-bid deals prove too popular
Woman, 76, kills abusive husband, police say
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