Tampa Bay: April 16, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Working in a neighborly way
[Times photo: Douglas Clifford]
In his 80s, a retired car salesman turns handyman to keep busy and help others in his mobile-home park.
Old place, new face
An improved and expanded Wall Springs Park, once a tourist destination, will reopen as a haven for travelers of the Pinellas Trail.
Teen's mom: School showing zero fairness
An Osceola High School student banned from campus for drinking denies the charge and is appealing her penalty.
During drought, extremes emerging
While some Pinellas residents conserve every drop they can, their neighbors are defying the law and sprinkling away.
Valve spits out fresh water
State law requires that county pipes be purged of stagnant water, which may lose its disinfectant.
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.
Commissioner to address Pinellas water issues
PALM HARBOR -- Pinellas County Commissioner Susan Latvala is scheduled to speak on The Future of Water in Pinellas County from 8 to 9:30 a.m. April 24 in the community room of the Palm Harbor Library, 2330 Nebraska Ave.
The remarkable Mrs. Jordan
A violent crash on Christmas Day 1989 would forever change the lives of a young woman, her fiance and their young child.