North of Tampa: February 4, 2001
Shell shape new school, a student at a time
[Times photo: Mike Pease]
A controversial chiropractor demonstrates how to manipulate a horse's joints to relieve pain and strain.
Her campus is unfinished and its district is booming, but principal Lisa Yost already is striving to deal with the unique problems of starting a school from scratch.
Developer planning 129-home subdivision on 186 acres in Lutz
Another subdivision may be headed for Lutz. Woodshed Partners Inc. wants to rezone 186 acres in a rural area on Newberger Road, west of Livingston Road, so it can develop a 129-home subdivision.
Open & shut
Classes show parents how to read to the very young
The Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System is offering free classes at branch libraries to teach parents how to read books to children from ages newborn to 2 years old. The classes will focus on books, stories, songs and finger games.
Week in review
Subdivision has plan to fight drought
Using reclaimed water will save Pebble Creek both money and drinking water.
Apartments for limited incomes raise a stir
Neighboring subdivisions have organized to fight a plan for 270 units, even before the developer has submitted plans.
Groundbreaking held for much-needed firehouse
Expected to be completed in the fall, the firehouse should cut response times.
Ease the mind, relax the body, improve the golf
A holistic approach fits the game, teaches George Beardsley.