Tampa Bay: February 11, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Services to grow with fees
[Times photo: Jill Sagers]
Changes include meeting space, a babysitting area and a bigger workout room -- but they will come with a price.
Office ensures schools, rules mix
The district's Office of Professional Standards investigates complaints, offering a watchful eye and a helping hand.
Subdivision mired in accusations
Homes in Virginia Crossing sit empty as a developer, investor and Dunedin officials trade charges.
Legislator reconciles beliefs, business
"I'm not going to impose my moral viewpoint on clients," says Larry Crow, whose legal clients have included a casino cruiseline and voyeur Web site.
School shaping Oldsmar election
The mayoral candidates, Jerry Beverland and Ed Manny, differ on how a proposed charter school should be set up.
Upscale subdivision to bloom
Thurston Groves, rising on top of an old citrus grove, will change the face of Seminole, its builders say.
Clearwater needs to read fine print on stadium deal
The city of Clearwater and the Philadelphia Phillies now have on paper the details of their agreement to build a new baseball spring training stadium in Clearwater. A draft of the development agreement was released last week, and the City Commission is scheduled to consider approving the document this week.
Penny tax looks endless
Re: Experts despair county's cost controls, Feb. 4 story.
Headlines through the years
A look back at the events, people and places that made North Pinellas the unique place that it is. The information is compiled from past editions of the St. Petersburg Times.
North Pinellas in brief
Classes focus on making boaters smarter
Its about time for programs to spring ahead
Area college sports teams are in full swing this time of year.
North Pinellas notebook
Talk on wildlife preserve offered