Tampa Bay: November 2, 2000
North Pinellas County news
||Beach may host Olympic events
[Times photo: Brendan Fitterer]
The group organizing Central Florida's bid announces that sailing and beach volleyball would be held at Clearwater Beach.
Hinesley backing charter school
The Bay Village Center for Education, once stalled by legal issues, appears headed for approval.
Profits boost Super Bowl jazz concert
CLEARWATER -- The Clearwater Jazz Holiday came out ahead on this year's event, and organizers say the surplus will help pay for a daylong jazz concert on Super Bowl weekend.
Woman killed, 2 hurt in head-on collision
EAST LAKE -- A Tarpon Springs woman was killed and another person suffered life-threatening injuries in a head-on collision on Keystone Road on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Tarpon rebuilding policy on bricks
The new rule says bricks taken from city streets would belong to Tarpon Springs.
North Pinellas digest
Library to celebrate its first birthday
2 teachers face inquiries
One faces dismissal and another may be suspended for three days. Both were assigned to Clearwater schools.
Fall Festival still offering booth space
Organizers of the two-day fundraising event will accept applications through this weekend for the remaining display spaces.
3 firms submit plans for Belleair bridge
The new causeway is estimated to cost $29-million and construction would begin in about 21/2 years. Planners must choose between a drawbridge and an elevated fixed span.
Clearwater should move slowly on water issues
At tonight's Clearwater City Commission meeting, commissioners are scheduled to discuss a proposed deal with Tampa Bay Water that would bring a better taste -- and probably higher water rates -- to city water users.
Residents should welcome law officers at festivals, concerts
Re: Police presence draws criticism, letter, Oct. 26.
Dunedin offers Nielsen millions to stay
Nielsen employs about 2,600 in and around Dunedin.
Back problems force mayor to resign from Belleair post
The deputy mayor will serve as a replacement for Mayor John Donlan, whose term was to expire in March.
McMullen gets face lift, awaits grand opening
Clearwater is having a party and everyone's invited.
Good for you
Fire rescue divers bring home medals
Civitans welcome members, officers
Tampa Bay headlines
Making promises -- one job at a time
Deputy kills woman who wielded knife
Drowned by drought
To pull ahead and stay there
Parents of girl slain in Seffner suing state
Tampa Bay briefs
Aisenbergs' attorneys to get notes on tapes
4,500 throng to see Cheney
South Pinellas headlines
Lawyer dies amid feud over living will
Absences mark candidate's board tenure
Apartment owner says dog can stay
Songs in his heart, politics on his mind
Purpose of house stuns the neighbors
Candidate asks TV stations to drop attack ad
Lawyers testify in judge's inquiry
News of Florida
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