Tampa Bay: March 28, 2001
North Pinellas County news
Pinellas grew, in diversity too
It added 69,823 more folks, or 8 percent. But its African-American, Asian and Hispanic populations soared during the 1990s.
Abilities of Florida holds job fair
CLEARWATER -- Abilities of Florida and the Suncoast Human Resources Association will present a job fair from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday at Holiday Inn Select, 3535 Ulmerton Road, Clearwater. It is free and open to the public, but there is special emphasis on employment opportunities for people with disabilities. For more information, contact Marilyn Purvis, 538-7370, ext. 364.
Is boxing night on ropes?
The popular feature at Club More is ordered stopped until the proper permit is acquired. Owners say that could devastate the club.
12 shaded acres may give way to homes
It's one of the last significant undeveloped parcels in the city and may become the site of a 129-unit subdivision.
Face to face with a rabies threat
An encounter in a Palm Harbor garage prompts bait drops and reminders to get pets vaccinated.
Some Oldsmar areas to get reclaimed water
A $755,000 grant from Swiftmud will be used toward three projects in the city.
Club won't throw in towel
Club More has been ordered to stop its boxing night feature. Owners say that could devastate the club.
Millennium Park will take stage a tad late
A dedication ceremony in April to open the 182-acre Boca Ciega Millennium Park will include sealing a time capsule in a vault.
Kiwanis in Seminole named Florida's best
The club is again selected No. 1 among 350 clubs in the state. It also corralled 13 awards.
Clearwater should preserve threatened Bayview parcel
This letter is to commend former Clearwater Commissioner F. David Hemerick for changing his vote on the rezoning request for 4.5 acres of land in the Bayview neighborhood.
Man charged with bilking pool owners
A Palm Harbor businessman was arrested Tuesday on charges he accepted money to refurbish pools, then failed to perform the work.
Family seafood store swimming in success
When they started a business in 1979, the Trappmans envisioned semi-retirement. Today, their store is thriving.