October 23, 2000
Grandfather option may sell Pinellas school plan
Howard Hinesley, the superintendent of schools in Pinellas County, always seems to me to be suffering when he is explaining things to his bosses on the School Board. Impatient, maybe. Put upon.
Queasy? A shock could help out
The wrist-worn Relief Band helps to calm nausea from morning sickness and chemotherapy.
In a league with the boys
Some started out cheerleading, but the girls in tackle football feel a call to rush the field.
Identity of victims at Seffner home revealed
Four were related; the fifth was a girl they'd taken in. Officials have not specified their cause of death.
South Pinellas headlines
City loans no guarantee for success
City has yet to live up to its 'Challenge'
Ex-laundry site shows how plans can go wrong
North Pinellas headlines
Student stars in synch on stage
Ending has a mellow note
Festival of crafts provides presents
Memorial honors dedicated friend
Dunedin extends country club's annual tax cap
Lawyer scuttles talk that boat was a fee
Hospice unit helps prepare Navy veteran
Ulmerton too big an obstacle for school children
Tampa Bay briefs
Widow reopens Cafe Concerto after requests
A Great Floridian?
North Pinellas briefs
Fire displaces four residents of assisted living facility
Both tout populist roots
Tampa swingers club gathers enemies
News of Florida
Education run stirs little excitement
Majority could hinge on a pill
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