November 17, 2002
North of Tampa: November 17, 2002
Zoning: Parkview asks for Andover increase
CARROLLWOOD: A Clearwater development company has big plans for a Carrollwood community.
Teach-in gives students peek at many professions
Wednesday's national event will let kids at all grade levels hear about jobs -- and pastimes -- from successful people in all walks of life.
Business users of reclaimed water get a break
The water department rejiggers figures after an outcry about a rate spike.
Tell us your group's holiday plans
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Wharton boys golfers' 600 score wins them 4th place in state finals
Girls Soccer Outlook
ALONSO RAVENS COACH: Scott Cunningham
Soccer club seeks players
The Week in Review
ORIGINAL CARROLLWOOD RESUMES WATER SERVICE: Tap water in Original Carrollwood was declared safe to drink Monday, following a bacteria survey by the agency that owns the private water system.
Open & Shut
HAIR SALON OPENS: Great Clips has opened its third Dale Mabry store at the Palms of Carrollwood shopping center. The salon at 13129 N Dale Mabry Highway offers haircuts and styling products. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays. Call 969-2960.
Some see red over Blue Ribbon School change
Just two standards apply now, and some otherwise great schools don't meet them.
Here's the kicker: Football fields get professional help
The NFL, with the Bucs, will give Skyway Park a $100,000 boost.
Skirmish erupts over home's completion
A couple say they should be living in their handicapped-accessible Heritage Harbor house by now. The contractor says everything is on track. Other conflicts arise and a deadline looms.
Visit to Iraq turns up some surprises
Closely watched by the government, 17 Americans spend 2 weeks visiting Iraq.
Tampa Palms defines landscaping goals
Entrance signs and lake fountains are priorities of the $1-million budget.
Churches cook up a Thanksgiving treat
An interfaith service next Sunday will have a musical bent.
Plan for Cracker-style community met with resistence
Property owners tell the planning council they don't like the idea of having to conform to certain architectural standards.
Fawn Ridge gets traffic signal
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