North of Tampa: January 21, 2001
Developer proposes rentals on Sheldon
[Times photo: Mike Pease]
With triple cream brie and bourbon-marinated salmon, the Fresh Market that just opened in Carrollwood isn't your garden-variety grocery store.
County commissioners will hear the following petitions Tuesday:
Fussy homeowners should fret about drought, not their ponds
Rival ends Sickles winning streak
The girls basketball team went into the game against Gaither with a 16-0 record.
Defense shares the glory
The Gaither Cowboys allow just 17 goals in the first 19 games of the soccer season, while scoring 71.
Group fighting road lacks a leader
The outgoing vice president of the West Meadows organization agrees to serve as president while a permanent replacement is found.
A fitting un-retirement
Longtime educator Tom Dessy will end a five-year retirement Feb. 5 when he becomes principal at the soon-to-open Lawton Chiles Elementary School.
Pupils plant thousands of pine tree seedlings
WEST MEADOWS -- Clark Elementary School parents are hoping their children can help replenish some of the hundreds of trees being cleared in New Tampa for new homes and businesses.
Open & shut
Developer has plans, searches for an anchor
LAND O'LAKES -- Primerica Group One has yet to land a big retailer to anchor its proposed development at Collier Parkway and State Road 54.
Popular Greenway recreation trail to receive $800,000 extension
Work is scheduled to be done by fall 2002, with funding coming from the Community Investment Tax.
Stamp machine thieves caught after tip
Information shared earlier this month at a gathering of law enforcement agencies led to burglary and grand theft charges against two men.
Plantation wants volunteers to sound out residents
Three committees are being formed to address issues facing the community.
Celebrity tennis pro, yacht club part ways
Roscoe Tanner says he's still a member at Treasure Island Tennis & Yacht Club. But he no longer teaches there.