Tampa Bay: August 12, 2000
North Pinellas County news
Scientology critic faces drug cultivation charge
||Riders strut their stuff at show
[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
Disabled children who learned to ride horses at Camp Equither as therapy show their parents and friends what they have learned.
CLEARWATER -- Jesse Prince, executive vice president of the Lisa McPherson Trust, an anti-Scientology group based in Clearwater, was arrested and charged Thursday with cultivation of marijuana, jail records show.
Petty's election motives disputed
The tax collector says he included details of his wife's illness in campaign literature to explain why he is running again.
Tarpon's big cheese has aides reading
To boost performance, City Manager Ellen Posivach requires department heads to read Who Moved My Cheese?
Pitcher invests in restaurant
Yankees' hurler David Cone joins a group resurrecting a place in the "Restaurant Burial Ground."
Vandalism again visiting area park
Seminole's community policing officer is urging residents to unite to keep Blossom Lake Park clean and safe.
Tampa Bay headlines
Few enlist for medical examiner job
Counsel sought in judge inquiry
Her burden: 'I took a man's life'
Blaze rips through Ybor City landmark
Tampa Bay briefs
South Pinellas headlines
Panel to monitor racial balance
Jordan Park tops tax-credits list
Man, 39, drowns in resort hotel pool
Slain woman's kin raise reward to $20,000
'Perfect employee' is a thief, police say
High drama plays out in variance requests
Two injured when gun is fired during store robbery
Suit: Surgeon used experimental tool
News of Florida
Justice's legacy brings life to the law
'Choose Life' plates hit the road despite lawsuit
Many teachers will wait for raise
Talented 20 plan still under attack
Office surgery limits upheld
Challenge to resignation date aims to keep Gallagher off ballot
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