Tampa Bay: April 11, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Reach out and touch-up
[Times photo: Boyzell Hosey]
Joey Coleman, a tower worker for Southeastern Communication Service Inc., paints cellular hardware to match the existing blue of the Dunedin water tower on Monday. The company is installing equipment for AT&T on the tower. Work is expected to be finished today.
Population count seems low to city
With Largo's annexations, officials think growth should have been more than 5.6 percent. They may seek a recount.
Mansion leaves celebrity hands
Elvis' daughter owned it. Then Kirstie Alley. Now the 5,200-square-foot waterfront home has been sold.
SPJC to offer classes on condo regulations
Phone may bring call to conserve
Clearwater is dialing more than 70,000 to warn of watering restrictions and plead for conservation.
Prank doesn't cost man job
But the firefighter will be on probation at work for a year and could be prosecuted.
County wants to toughen water rules
To curb use, commissioners talk of outdoor watering bans, more water police, higher fines, increased rates and a media blitz.
That's no typo: Lotto numbers are a match
A Seminole man's ticket numbers agree with those in the paper, but the winner could not believe it.
Hearing set for voyeur Web site
Tarpon Springs will decide whether ucanwatch.com is breaking city ordinances. The attorney for the company says there is no violation.
City votes to rezone Holiday campsite
If ultimately approved, a developer would be allowed to build an upscale community at Holiday Campground.
County to buy 35 acres of waterfront for park
One of Pinellas County's largest undeveloped gulf-front properties will remain just that: undeveloped.
Seminole principal faces demotion
The School Board is expected to vote Tuesday on the superintendent's annual recommendations.
Largo health notes
For early risers, a chance to exercise
Events this week remember Greek fight for freedom
Greek Independence Day will be observed locally this week with a variety of activities, including flag-raising ceremonies, a testimonial dinner, religious observances and a parade through Tarpon Springs.
Bereavement survivor support group begins
LARGO -- The Hospice of the Florida Suncoast continues its new bereavement survivorship support group this month. It is for those whose spouse died while residing in a nursing home. Sessions will be from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays through May 1 at The Hospice's chapel, 300 East Bay Drive, Largo.