October 20, 2002
North of Tampa: October 20, 2002
Homeowners take gate campaign to council
Residents want to privatize the road into Westover so they can install a gate at the entrance.
Equestrian community proposal moves forward
KEYSTONE: A proposal to develop an equestrian community on a 2.6-square-mile tract in northwest Hillsborough County moved one step closer to fruition after it won a zoning hearing master's recommendation.
Chamberlain girls basketball coach to focus on volleyball
Chamberlain girls basketball coach Betty Lambert will not coach the Chiefs for a 30th season. Lambert has decided to step down from her basketball duties, but she will continue to coach volleyball.
Learning for a lifetime
Sherry Brown's Land of Learning Academy is a "big family" that nurtures preschoolers for success.
Tiny congregation patiently awaits new synagogue
The president hopes to break ground for the temple in the spring on a 3 1/2-acre lot in Tampa Palms.
Choice plan may be a challenge
Parents soon will get a choice about where to send their children to school, but how many choose to leave their own neighborhoods?
ADAMS MIDDLE: Birthday announcements can be posted on the school marquee for $10. Order forms are available in the front office. Notices are posted on a first-come basis and run for a week. Call 975-7665.
Why on earth would an American go to Iraq now?
"Because I'm a Christian, a peacenik, a Quaker and an American," says a Town 'N Country man, who is among a group staying for two weeks.
Restaurant near school awaits alcohol ruling
Ninetieth birthday celebration
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