November 2, 2000
Mary Jo Melone
Making promises -- one job at a time
Two Times reporters, Leonora LaPeter and Bryan Gilmer, recently wrote about how St. Petersburg's efforts after the 1996 disturbances to revive the neighborhoods south of Central Avenue failed.
Deputy kills woman who wielded knife
He "kept asking her to put the knife down, ordering her, ordering her. Finally, he shot and killed her," a sheriff's official says.
Drowned by drought
Lakes levels are low, and watering restrictions remain in effect as the dry season settles in.
Parents of girl slain in Seffner suing state
The Murthas say the state was negligent when it placed their disabled daughter in a home where a man with a criminal record lived.
Tampa Bay briefs
Mother visiting park with 4 children is raped
Aisenbergs' attorneys to get notes on tapes
A judge makes the notes available to the Aisenbergs' attorneys.
South Pinellas headlines
Lawyer dies amid feud over living will
Absences mark candidate's board tenure
Apartment owner says dog can stay
North Pinellas headlines
Hinesley backing charter school
Beach may host Olympic events
Profits boost Super Bowl jazz concert
Woman killed, 2 hurt in head-on collision
Tarpon rebuilding policy on bricks
North Pinellas digest
2 teachers face inquiries
Fall Festival still offering booth space
3 firms submit plans for Belleair bridge
Clearwater should move slowly on water issues
Residents should welcome law officers at festivals, concerts
Dunedin offers Nielsen millions to stay
Back problems force mayor to resign from Belleair post
McMullen gets face lift, awaits grand opening
Good for you
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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