Tampa Bay: January 22, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Redrawn school zones separate some siblings
CLEARWATER -- To Michael and Annie Shea, Leila Davis Elementary feels like home.
Officials to vote on face-scan system at airport
Before Sept. 11, Commission Chairman Barbara Sheen Todd probably would have opposed scanning the faces of passengers at St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport.
Utility changes live lines response
LARGO -- Florida Power Corp. executives said Monday the utility is changing how it responds to traffic crashes and other emergencies involving downed power lines.
Looking after Little Pals
Many kids in Pinellas County are on a waiting list for a Big Brother or Big Sister. In the meantime, a club at Palm Harbor High School helps them keep their spirits up.
Sol Peska Film Festival will have Latino flair
TARPON SPRINGS -- This year's Sol Peska Film Festival has a Latino theme, but the movies themselves are all over the map.
Tarpon art museum ready to open to public
TARPON SPRINGS -- About 500 museum donors and local officials got a peek at the new Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art Saturday night.
County folks using cities' services should pay fair share
We live in Clearwater and have outstanding recreational and park facilities. What does the county have in recreational facilities? Nothing.
Dunedin club celebrates its rich history
Dunedin Country Club celebrated the course's 75th anniversary in grand style last week.