Tampa Bay: August 25, 2000
North Pinellas County news
Largo Middle won't get drug dog after all
Despite support from the school and residents, Largo officials quashed the idea.
SWAT team shooting a mistake, sheriff says
The incident involving an unarmed suspect happened as the special squad was serving a warrant in a drug case.
City firefighters to earn big pay raise
The new contract calls for the city's safety force to receive an average 28 percent increase over three years.
Fire guts Tarpon Springs mobile home
No one was hurt in the Thursday afternoon fire, which officials say caused $40,000 in damage.
Don't sink taxes into replacing usable bridge
I sure hope Clearwater lawyer Pat Maguire is successful in convincing Judge James Case that borrowing money to build a multimillion-dollar bridge to Clearwater Beach violates the city charter.
Joel rolls like old pro at Sunshine
Defending champ Bonnie Joel of Tampa called on her past pro tour experience to capture her second straight Florida All-Star Match-Play Ladies Championship recently at Sunshine Bowl.
Tampa Bay headlines
Man indicted in plane scheme
Five charged in celebrity auto thefts
Mrs. Lyons' ordeal ends quietly
Group disputes coast building line
Tampa Bay briefs
Son pleads to plot to kill his mother, will get treatment
Equifax tests: No thallium, some arsenic
South Pinellas headlines
Monitor to watch himself in new role
Laser surgery livens up chamber mixer
Candidates: Jobs key to east Tampa revival
Younger Coe puts on new campaign pin
Growing enrollment brings dorm building boom
Chased away from shopping center, vintage car show goes on
Violation may displace home
Quiet suburbs dread noisy development
Despite loss, couple fought for what was right
Nightclub ends deal with Buccaneer's Alstott
New varieties provide adventure to gardening
Man thought to be a 'Lutz Boy' charged in slashing at keg party
Dedicating 'my body to Bettie'
Price of east-west route goes less than expected
A tragic crossing
News of Florida
Haunted, victim's mother keeps vigil to watch killer die
Kidnapper accepts plea, may face life
Political groups take advantage of loophole
Ethics panel clears lobbyist in computer deal
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