September 11, 2001
Tampa Bay: September 11, 2001
|North Pinellas County news
|Missing: 1 speedboat, 33 feet long
|The disappearance of a $140,000, yellow and orange speedboat from a Largo business has Largo police seeking the public's help. "It's a really big boat," said police spokesman Mac McMullen. "We're kind of stumped." Story
Developer wants to build houses on gulffront tract
||Home may soon be a memory
[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
After the city cited the house as "uninhabitable and dangerous," the owner of a north Clearwater Beach home has requested permission to tear it down.
Neighbors are fighting a plan to build between 126 and 430 houses on the pristine property.
Top-teacher selection taking new approach
Educators want the Teacher of the Year program to be less troublesome to participate in and less of a competition. Now 100 teachers will be honored.
Jays construction cancels Oktoberfest
Dunedin officials were unsuccessful in finding an alternate venue for the three-day festival.
School Board to vote on budget, tax rate
Reopening Dunedin Pass would help with bad odor
If any of our Clearwater commissioners were to travel on Edgewater Drive at low tide with their car windows down, they would swear they were driving past an open sewer or septic tank. The stench is terrible!
||Waiting for a bite
|Bill Houser of Largo fishes the Taylor Reservoir. Click
Firm bids on ex-police station, would like to build restaurant
Largo commissioners will discuss the offer today, but officials are somewhat skeptical of the proposal.
Saying farewell to a public fixture
Mel Rackett was hired into a Public Works Department that fixed things and leaves one that handles contracts.
Petrillo loses poise, tourney
Putting it positively, golfers have good and not so good days.
Julie Reis, who is deaf, didn't let communication get in her way during her teaching internship. She used basic sign language and a lot of enthusiasm to capture the children's trust and acceptance.
Jazz band seeking various new players
Clearwater official is accused of deception
Ed Hart is stirring up controversy, including the question of whether he lied during a development discussion that changed a vote.
Tampa Bay headlines
Outfielder mentioned in sex ring inquiry
Voting machine makers send in hefty proposals
Outback gender bias suit begins
Cochran joins Baptists' legal team
Tampa Bay briefs
South Pinellas headlines
City arena could be demolished
20-story project set to go
Lawyer: Defendant was 'set up'
Activist plans voting rally
News of Florida
Musician and professor Edward Preodor dies at 88
Feeney's 5 rules will filter bills in House panels
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