Tampa Bay: September 30, 2000
North Pinellas County news
Fame comes to door of Gore's new debate adviser
||Center plunges into fundraising
[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
Beginning with a donation of $200,000, the Jewish community center plans events to raise $3-million to add space for its preschool.
A political volunteer from Clearwater is one of the "little people" asked to help Al Gore as he prepares for the debate.
Ex-firefighter helps save nearby home
When a neighbor's house started burning Friday morning, 77-year-old Gene Rucker's experience told him exactly what to do.
Shooting victim's wife sells his stores
Reyna Abu Nawas says operating the two convenience stores was too much for her.
City asks: Help us plan our 8 acres
Officials hope a task force of community leaders can help sort out what needs to be done with the land to promote a downtown renaissance.
New trees to sprout near old stumps
A new policy aims to put replacements near the spot where old trees died in Tarpon Springs' historic district.
Employee of Tarpon company dies in S.C.
The Greek man, who had come to the United States to work, struck his head on an overpass while riding atop a semitrailer truck.
Bands set to compete in a spectacle of sound
SEMINOLE -- The Seminole Sound Spectacular high school band competition begins at 4:20 p.m. today at the Seminole High School football field.
Tampa Bay headlines
Prosecutors drop man's drug paraphernalia case
Medical examiner leaves office
Third victim in police chase dies
Would-be dad held in tot's death
Teachers union files unfair labor charge over teacher bonuses
Counselor involved in boy's death resigns
Judge will weigh legality of recording Aisenbergs
Pinellas judge will oversee grand jury look into snooping
Hundreds arrested in drug sweep
Tampa Bay briefs
South Pinellas headlines
Candidates woo voters to paltry ballot
Groups laud police work; even once-vocal critic chimes in
Rabbi relishes new life as new year approaches
Foes in runoff stir little excitement
Toddler survives fall from second story
An evening full of dreams of a real downtown
Journalist Linda Ellerbee will speak about breast cancer
News of Florida
Two aging planes remain in state fleet
Marriage at last for longtime soul mates
State leaves millions for kids unspent
Pool safety law to go ahead
Bush, GOP return felon's funds
New state laws to debut
Ecstasy additive being blamed for overdose deaths in Florida
Player charged in post-game fight
Senate fight gets close, personal
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