March 14, 2003
North of Tampa: March 14, 2003
Town 'N Country reaching out to Hispanics
||Warm & Tasty
[Times photo: Mike Pease]
New York Bagel & Bean is more than your average bagel and coffee joint. The shop serves as the unofficial hub of the Carrollwood community.
A county liaison officer suggests ways he and the alliance can draw more Hispanic involvement.
Out & About
Dance to help child
Keystone: Shopping center developer meets residents' demands
Keystone Crossings will have cracker-style architecture with awnings and a gabled roof.
Keystone: Canterbury residents not keen on trail route
Greenways Committee chairman Ed Crawford sees residents' opposition as "fear of strangers."
Translator will assist residents
TOWN 'N COUNTRY -- Helping Hillsborough's Spanish-speaking residents understand the various county services available has long been a pet project of Tony Morejon, the county's Hispanic Affairs liaison.
EARLY SHABBAT SERVICE: Congregation Beth Am, 2030 W Fletcher Ave., is having an early Shabbat service at 6:30 p.m. The service, which includes special features for children, is held on the second Friday each month. Call 968-8511.
When pressure was on, wrestler achieved goals
Omar Mubaidin started out wrestling for fun and ended up his senior year third in the state.
New Tampa: Chemical dangerous, nail salon owner warns
A Tampa Palms cosmetologist wants a ban on the methyl methacrylate adhesive used by some discount competitors.
Carrollwood: Editor's resignation is talk of the town
Dawn Hudson resigned from The Caroler, and now her marketing firm has submitted a bid to fill the job.
All of Tampa is reading about boy, his dogs
One Community, One Book is a library- sponsored program designed to get families talking about literature.
A designing woman
After many years working for others, now it's Sue Blankinship's time. She's launched her own line of clothing.
Neighborhood notebook: Another fundraiser set for ill schoolteacher
KEYSTONE -- Friends of Walker Middle School gym teacher Darin Hartley have organized another fundraiser for the 27-year-old educator, who recently underwent a bone marrow transplant for his recurrent leukemia.
Step into 1920s charm Sunday
A mansion with all the original touches is among the 20 homes and businesses in the Tampa Heights House Tour.
Front porch: Saving a little of the past
Bill Fields and Richard Chad collect stories.
African mask collection blossoms into import shop
From ostrich eggs to Israeli goblets, two sisters bring collectibles from all over the world to their Tampa store.
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