September 3, 2000
Mary Jo Melone
Summers' song from years ago plays on
At dawn and at dusk, when the people are few, and their voices are low -- that's when you hear beach music. The gulf slides onto the wet shore, in and out and in again. For a moment you comprehend the infinite. Gulls and sandpipers skitter, go shrill. The wind rustles the trees like a row of slips clipped to a clothesline.
Coe's friends saw no suicide warning
Though under scrutiny, the Hillsborough state attorney showed little distress in the days before his death. But a friend planned to advise him to resign.
Week in review
EPA halts cleanup plan for toxic site
Democrats turn testy in Senate debate
The tension showed in the edge in their voices. The sighs and rolling eyes.
Such a deal
How a developer traded on local contacts to put a glitzy new mall at the edge of the airport. But at what cost to the public?
Wreck injures 5, blocks interstate
WESLEY CHAPEL -- An early afternoon, three-car accident on Interstate 75 in Pasco County injured five people and temporarily halted holiday weekend traffic Saturday.
Tampa Bay briefs
Body found in ditch; homicide suspected
South Pinellas headlines
Memories of shark attack in '22 linger
Officials advised to adjust city hall deal
Interim chief says the healing starts now
Minor league baseball will be missed
Authorities search lake for weapon used in rape
Leadership St. Petersburg accepting applications
Seven parking lots added at Coliseum Ballroom
Day care center adds space for 1-year-olds
Restraining order given in preacher vs. pianist case
Lights fail to signal warning to motorists
Chronic offenders may pay a steeper price
Media magnet school is short on students
New survey to be sent on beach street closings
Agencies detail new adult's rights
City moves to get mailboxes off curb
Thousands tackle another season
Preparation leaves centers little time to spare
Kothe taking a different course
North Pinellas headlines
District envelops mishmash of voters
Where his addiction led, he followed
Persistence key in halting plant cleanup
Creek riddle: Preserve it or control it?
East Lake soccer star called one of the best
At SPJC, doctors will be in house
Commissioners fail Pinellas residents
Helen Ellis' future brightens
Pinellas programs kick off season
Headlines through the years
Cheerleaders get a taste of success at camp
Beach cleanup can uncover treasure
County looks into park for pooches
Special interest warning issued amid the funding
News of Florida
Test's results fluster teachers
College program has little impact
Age, experience at forefront of 12th District race
Success hinges on classroom, not admissions office
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