September 12, 2001
Tampa Bay: September 12, 2001
North Pinellas County news
Faraway terrorism is close to home
North Pinellas residents, like others across the country, deal with waves of emotion in the wake of tragedies Tuesday in New York and Washington, D.C.
First the news, then the silence
Some 375 Pinellas students gathered for singing practice. Their teacher shared the news.
Suddenly, perspective on tower visit changes
We were in New York last week; and on Sept. 6, I was on the 107th floor of a World Trade tower and was able to view the whole of New York City. When I think that I could have been a victim, if those terrorists had chosen that day instead of today to attack. . .
Attack casts somber spell on our daily life
Traffic on U.S. 19 in North Pinellas slowed down Tuesday morning, but neither rush hour nor a car accident was to blame.
Retired deputy is accused of molesting three boys
LARGO -- The Pinellas Sheriff's Office has arrested a retired deputy on charges that he sexually molested three boys.
County, Largo clash over annexing land
The city's plans to incorporate 17 acres runs into opposition from Pinellas, which is ready to go to court to stop it.
BOWser Ball will be Oct. 6
Coachman concert kicks off cleanup
CLEARWATER -- A concert Friday evening at Coachman Park will kick off Pinellas County's participation in Saturday's 14th annual International Coastal Cleanup.
Center preparing for world event
The World Disabled Sailing Championships will be coming to Tampa Bay for the first time in late October.
Tampa Bay headlines
Convicted man would rather die
MacDill on heightened security
How to help
Most institutions closed after attack plan to open today
After shocks of disbelief, anger shake Tampa Bay area
Show of faith rises amid fear
Radio sticks with disaster
Where to call to check travel plans
Attacks shut skies over Tampa Bay
Tampa's Muslims brace for backlash
Area officials tighten security, wait anxiously after strike
Donors line up with blood, compassion
Memories of Pearl Harbor rush back
Educators, students, parents cope
South Pinellas headlines
Sax player Sylvester Austin got his start in St. Petersburg
Help shifted to overcrowded Tyrone
A fond goodbye to an old Y
Sharing the task of keeping kids safe
Family, friends mourn death of a salesman
Intersection plan finds little support
Beach Drive women's shop to change name, keep service
Plans brew for 300 block of Beach Drive
Senior swimmers succeed
Show explores the possibilities, variety of art
Theft of truck hurts owner and program
'Riding is a great equalizer,' a teacher says
Campground hearing postponed for talks
Links benefits Scouts at a true garden party
Dear speeders in Seminole: They're watching
My son departs home, arriving at adulthood
Intern's work with kids crosses several barriers
Group plans convention to organize its activism
Neighbors say 'twins' are too tall
Focus on volunteers
Injury proves two hands are better than one
Sailing center is preparing for world event
Petrillo loses poise, tourney
Man to serve life in murder of delivery man
News of Florida
State land buy benefits Hillsborough
Attack's aftershock felt across Florida
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