Tampa Bay: August 1, 2000
North Pinellas County news
Couple accused of abducting girl
Police say the 4-year-old's mother and the woman's boyfriend took the girl, who is in state custody, during a supervised visit July 21.
Candidate says driving record not a key factor
House District 48 hopeful Chris Gregg says his personal life and speeding tickets should not be factors in voters' minds.
Roundabout may see some minor changes
Three days of public hearings produce sentiment that small fixes are better than big ones. A consultant agrees.
School's renovations squeeze out parking
The addition of 26 portables at Tarpon Springs High will cover 80 to 100 student parking spots.
Teen volunteers skip summer on beach to aid others
As a volunteer at the Hospice of Florida Suncoast in Largo, 17-year-old Rachel Bywalec of Palm Harbor helps with cleaning and feeding patients and holding babies.
Neighbors debate fencing pond
Some see beauty in a retention pond, but others worry about safety. Largo commissioners take up the issue tonight.
Beloved Seminole principal moves up
After 10 years at Seminole Elementary, Elaine Cutler is leaving to become the district's director of elementary education.
Roundabouts' problems can be smoothed out
Editor's note: Today's letters are from readers who have suggestions about the roundabout, or traffic circle, with a large fountain in the middle that now greets visitors to Clearwater Beach.
Commissioners push aside issue of electing a mayor
A lawyer suggests Clearwater look into changing the city charter so it can incorporate the full-time position.
14-year-old earns win at junior tournament
Remember the name Brittany Lincicome.
Mom juggles work with Cubs, Brownies
LARGO -- Joan Parker is devoted to scouting.
Tampa Bay headlines
Judge demands inquiry of judge
Clinton touts drug plan in Tampa
In the dark, in the halls of justice, once again
VA office targeted for further inquiries
South Pinellas headlines
Oil-soaked rags spark blaze
Parents' religion barred from trial on child's death
Judge was respected for her edge
Man faces patient-brokering charges
Lawyers need to visit Cuba for murder trial
News of Florida
Pursuing power, cars' cats come off
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