Tampa Bay: December 2, 2000
North Pinellas County news
Scientology critics plan protest this weekend
||She nourishes a sense of altruism
[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
SEMINOLE -- While she saw to it that students at Oakhurst Elementary School in Largo were fed nutritious meals, Mae O'Grady also tried to give them food for thought about global hunger.
The annual event is restricted by a court order prescribing where the pickets can be. Police expect little or no friction.
Report: Future spring-training site gleams
An environmental coordinator said the former landfill earmarked for the Philadelphia Phillies is "almost so clean it squeaks."
Academy taking steps to keep girls safe
In the wake of sexual battery charges, a juvenile facility will try to keep workers from being alone with female residents.
Palm Harbor fine-tunes event's image
It won't be just another arts and crafts festival, organizers say. This weekend is the real deal.
Deputies search for robber of Publix
PALM HARBOR -- Pinellas County sheriff's deputies are searching for a man who robbed a Palm Harbor Publix, 33343 U.S. 19, at 3 a.m. Friday.
Mark your calendar
LaFleur's Gymnastics a state champ, again
Two state championshipsin a row is unusual.
Bethlehem brought back to life
On Sunday in Seminole, a church and temple will put on a free, live, interactive production of the town 2,000 years ago.
A perfect 10
Venues up and down the Pinellas Trail will participate in this weekend's 10th anniversary celebration. Here are some of the events:
Tampa Bay headlines
Virus, heavy in bay area, can hit some children hard
Church ousts Lyons as pastor
Seawater desalination plant is closer to reality
Jury acquits 5 Colombians in drug case
Two die in Dunedin accidents
South Pinellas headlines
Police union leery of ride-along policy
Man shot outside building
Advent is a time 'to look inward'
The Rev. Benjamin H. Martin Sr., A.M.E. elder
Lap dance ordinance challenged
Proposal: Delay rise in sales tax
Olympic group pushes redevelopment plan
A closer look: one Hillsborough church
News of Florida
Rapid rail push still at full steam
Medical board targets fraud in walk-in clinics
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