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South Pinellas | North Pinellas | Hillsborough
July 30, 2000

The thin red line
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[Times photo: Cherie Diez]
When the scanner crosses your purchase, it might not charge what you think.

Checking at checkout worth bother
A review of scanned prices for items sold at Tampa Bay area stores turns up some errors.

Mary Jo Melone
Living life her way, taking her chances
As soon as Dottie Berger told the man she loved, he led her by the hand to the dock behind his house on Davis Islands

Top stories
Bible battle is brewing in schools
A citizens' group is mounting a push to bring elective Bible courses to Pinellas schools.

Shoppers take a tax holiday
Parents line up to take advantage of the nine days when sales tax won't be charged.

Metro review: Parts of landfill liner aging early
LECANTO -- It's not exactly Brooke Shields and her Calvins, but if things get worse, there will be nothing between Citrus County's groundwater and its garbage.


South Pinellas headlines
  • Marchers support police chief, take aim at mall
  • Parrot's words set off squawking
  • Volunteer group feels pushed on City Hall
  • City's taxpayers deserve a break
  • Lightning strikes hospital roof
  • Slain man found on sidewalk
  • Fire won't idle motorcycle store
  • Charming trend
  • B&Bs try to court business travelers
  • Officer who targets abuse receives honor
  • Treasure Island chooses manager to oversee projects
  • Albertson's to remodel Seville Square store
  • Fossil Park will add field, convert one into park use
  • A man of many battles
  • Woman's labor brings a baby and a business
  • Members venture outside box in Art Center's 'Cubed'
  • Choosy moms ignore ads that induce guilt
  • Police exit interviews reveal problems
  • Wear a helmet or not? Seems clear-cut to us
  • Helping students a continent away
  • Morale long an issue in Police Department
  • Police superior's gesture: Was it friendly or hostile?

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Rules shut down pumps, profits
  • Entrepreneur makes play for stadium
  • Task force calls for residents' opinions on Curlew Creek
  • Running city can be lonely business
  • Where to put tons of sludge?
  • Architect selections rile Oldsmar mayor
  • For the love of a son
  • Neighbors want gate returned to Terrace Street
  • Tarpon needs strategy to improve
  • Reform proposal may be ill-timed
  • Free causeway opens quietly in Clearwater

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Letters, Holt's claims conflict
  • Officials: Why was shooting suspect on street?
  • Crash victim identified as Pompano Beach man

  • News of Florida
  • Lawmaker insists his bridge is no boondoggle
  • Coe provided jobs, raises for his friend
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