North Pinellas digest
Farm Share program to be held Thursday
City tries to steer roundabout to safety
Small tweaks, such as traffic-funneling "candlesticks," may solve many of the traffic circle's problems, officials say.
Dunedin mayor eyes seat just filled
He says he's interested in the seat held by Rep. Larry Crow, who will leave office in two years.
City police investigate death as suspicious
LARGO -- Police were investigating what they called the suspicious death of a 38-year-old man Tuesday.
Park site for new library gains support
That location would create a "civic complex," some say. Others say using the old City Hall site would preserve green space.
Doctor pleads guilty to fraud
The Palm Harbor man faces up to five years in prison and must cooperate in a case in which 14 physicians have been charged.
As viewers watch, addicts treated
Four teen heroin users are sent through a Tarpon Springs clinic. Their progress is taped for the Ricki Lake Show.
County to detail plan for Belcher extension
Extending Belcher Road is expected to help relieve traffic on U.S. 19 and Alt. U.S. 19.
North Pinellas digest
Forum on downtown redevelopment tonight
Four sue company after their boat overturns
Four friends say a large wake caused by a 75-foot charter boat swamped the 20-foot Proline. The charter boat company disagrees.
City marks milestone: 30th birthday
Seminole became a municipality on this date in 1970 during a meeting at Seminole Mall. The city will throw itself a birthday party this weekend.
If Belleair is safe, what's the problem?
I read the Nov. 3 article by Deborah O'Neil on the Belleair police, It's a badge and boredom in Belleair. Belleair has little crime, the police are getting their job done, the police are friendly and the residents like the police officers. This sounds like a town with a good police force. I wish O'Neil had made this observation more prominent in her article.
Trail anniversary celebrations set
Merchants in downtown Clearwater are preparing for a farmer's market, outdoor carnival and other Dec. 2 activities to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Pinellas Trail.
North Pinellas Times
Italian-American Club hosts dinner-dances
Vote shocks senior center's fans
Administrators say they will regroup after voters reject a special tax to support the center.
Tampa Bay headlines
Brisk morning for a balmy day
Movie company targets old retired submarine
Bayfront doctor plays diplomat as alliance ties end
Ex-court clerk subpoenaed in Bonanno's case
Tampa Bay briefs
South Pinellas headlines
City ponders clipping some wings
BayWalk, boat events muscle into small space
Bayou Club wants out of water district
City is committed to Challenge
Police say killing might have been a mistake
Murderer scheduled to die in December
New name, hope for bayou project
Tropical Exotics to close Sunday
Curb mailbox owners can relax for a while
Candidate kicks off early run for mayor
A horseless Hitching Post trotted through Depression
Sunken Gardens' rebirth to begin
Pinellas Park sponsoring a neighborhood party
A real trip
Authors field questions in 'Meet Xpress' format
Frenchy's Gumbo is hot competition
New elementary to serve K-5
Pinellas physician is guilty of fraud
Richard Nielsen gets call for circuit judge
Phone books good as cash
News of Florida
The big game to compete with big news
FAMU law school: solution or symbol?
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