November 15, 2002
North of Tampa: November 15, 2002
Proposal on wells worries residents
[Times photo: Fraser Hale]
Beekeepers, whether commercial keepers or hobbyists, are an integral part of Florida agriculture.
Honey sales pay for research
The money helps pay for studies into health problems that afflict honey bees.
Some Keystone homeowners fear county proposals to change wellhead rules might increase development.
Out & About
Festival highlights countywide services
Playoff games both deja vu and all new
With Wharton, Chamberlain and Jefferson begin their playoff runs tonight against three distinctly different teams. For Wharton, everything is new as first-time playoff participants. Chamberlain is trying to mirror last season's run to the Class 5A finals and Jefferson, loaded with talent but hurting from key injuries, tries to live up to its billing.
Horrible Hundred will test cyclists
Florida's fall bicycle touring season is rolling along.
New clinics bring health care closer to home
Three recently opened clinics improve Wesley Chapel and Land O'Lakes residents' access to medical care.
Lutz takes on taste of barbecue, bric-a-brac
The annual Market in the Park and Taste of Lutz on Saturday will display more than 60 vendors offering "a little of this, a little of that."
Gardening gift ideas add flavor to holidays
The weather might be unseasonably warm, but signs are everywhere of the holidays' approach. It's not too early for gardeners to start getting their shopping lists in order.
The need for speed
Years after fleeing his native Cuba, Manny Garcia is settled comfortably in Northdale. But he doesn't plan to stop running anytime soon.
Live Oak begins clearing land for 1,600 homes
Ambler's tax district seat successor chosen
NORTHDALE -- Former Northdale Special Tax District member Kevin Ambler resigned from the board last month in the days leading up to his election as a state representative. If that weren't reason enough, Ambler also has his home on the market and plans to move out of the community by year's end.
Imrovements slated for aging road
Newberger Road will be widened and it's shoulders rebuilt. Crews will paint new stripes and pavement markers will be imbedded in the center line.
No-show Buc angers nightclub owner
Keyshawn Johnson's radio show was to air from Harpo's Oct. 23, but the pro football player did not show up. Radio station officials say he was on a business trip.
VillaRosa home is fit for a King
Marble pillars in the bathroom and a black Marcite swimming pool are just a few of the amenities the Bucs quarterback requested when he moved in.
A new Florida resort?
FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES: How fancy is the planned recreation complex for Seven Oaks? This fancy: My daughter Emily, 10, recently stumbled upon an artist's rendering. She immediately wanted to know where this resort was and when we could go there. When I explained that it was part of a neighborhood, not a resort, she asked that we sell our home and move there.
Communities fill need for after-school care
Developments in north Hillsborough convert their community centers into after-school day care for kids.
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