Tampa Bay: November 6, 2000
North Pinellas County news
||Band directors can only watch, cheer
[Times photo: Amber Tanille Woolfolk]
Months of practice end with a march for grades on the technical and artistic merits of their bands' routines.
Mayor helps fill area's wish lists
Brian Aungst has supported several projects that benefit his own neighborhood.
District 50 seat race getting muddier
In the final days of the campaign, the candidates are taking aim at each other.
'Every day was death,' veteran's Web site says
Al Perry has created a site that recounts his experiences as a Marine from 1943 through 1948.
Tarpon mayor, commissioner continue age-old debate
County vote on seniors' tax break lacks humanity
Re: County delays new tax break for seniors, Oct. 31 story.
Cottage a quaint home for an array of collectibles
A mockingbird sings somewhere high in a tree and two squirrels chase each other around an old oak. Nearby, a big black cat sleeps on a "welcome" mat.
North Pinellas briefs
Free guide lists county youth service programs
Tampa Bay headlines
2 options better than ballot's 1 for judge selection
Staying positive as judgment nears
Welcome centers seek funding
Fair campaign group rules flier took unfair swipes
War chest, tactics separate U.S. House race candidates
GOP brings a party to stadium
South Pinellas headlines
Spoils of drug trade up for bids
Police seek two men in shooting
Overdose kills man; brother in hospital
Gold in Ybor
Tampa woman dies after car runs red light
News of Florida
Beyond ads, many issues divide them
Senate hopefuls in final push
DEP's plan upsets groups
In-office surgeries to resume
2 die in drug-related shooting in Sarasota
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