Tampa Bay: July 28, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Couple devote lives to the lost
[Times photo: Carrie Pratt]
They live simply and move frequently. But it's worth it to work for "the church of last resort," the Salvation Army pastors say.
List of rec center names lengthens
Suggestions include giving the recreation and aquatics center a general name or naming it after the neighborhood it will be in, North Greenwood, or after local leaders.
Judge: Search was improper
Drug evidence is thrown out because the search warrant request contained "false representations."
Deborah Vincent, housing leader, dies
The 43-year-old longtime housing authority director had fought a monthlong battle with leukemia.
Pinellas bail bond fee leads to lawsuit
Companies want Pinellas to return fees that the county has charged for years after defendants miss court dates.
Purse thief attacks woman, 77
She was on her way back from grocery shopping. Now, she says, a little of her security has been snatched away as well.
North Pinellas digest
Police search for attacker
City spells out policy for flag honor
The rules are intended to avoid confusion about when and where to fly the U.S. flag at half-staff.
Oldsmar officials wary of pay raise talk
An advisory group recommends increases, but elected officials recall the uproar in St. Petersburg over the issue.
Racing tonight at Sunshine Speedway
WHAT: Short-track racing featuring a 50-lap Open Wheel Modified Championship race, Outlaw Late Models, Figure 8s, Mini Stocks, Street Stocks, and Enduros.