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August 4, 2001
Tampa Bay: August 4, 2001
Hillsborough County news
A couple of underdogs learn to roll with the times
Larry Smith never would heed the old saying "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." But he's learning.
Valrico woman charged with DUI hit and run
TAMPA -- Hillsborough sheriff's deputies charged a driver Friday with hitting a bicyclist and driving away, leaving the injured victim by the side of the road.
A closer look: one Hillsborough church
Centro Cristiano Hispano
Trendy shops galore, but who will buy their wares?
I was having lunch with a friend, discussing Tampa's nearly new and almost-here retail opportunities: International Plaza, Centro Ybor and Channelside Shops (shop, singular, at present). Admittedly, she is one of a near-extinct breed who, when finding something she likes on sale, will not buy it because she doesn't "need it."
Tampa Bay headlines
Houses to replace tennis court
Boyfriend found guilty of killing with fire
Burn victim wishes to live, doctor says
Bridge trail is long on users, short on funds
Doctor in Lisa McPherson case suspended
Love fest for Olympic guests
Times hands out $82,200 in journalism scholarships
Tampa Bay briefs
Spreading God's word in kids' language
An anchor for a turbulent party
Nielsen details plan for Oldsmar
Encounter with giant toad costs family dog its life
Ex-lawyer receives probation
Arts center plans downtown presence
Kids in transition create art that works
New pool center a splash hit
Teen burns his hand in bed fire
Police hunt for busy burglar
Kids' hangout blends MTV, Christianity
Mark your calendar
News of Florida
Doctor says boy attacked by shark is awake
For once, a state agency does the right thing
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