North of Tampa: April 27, 2001
School expansions on track
The additions at Sickles and Gaither, which should be finished in the summer, will end double sessions at the two high schools.
CARROLLWOOD -- The priest can memorize a thousand names. That's been his secret to longevity for 40 years.
Latest target of blame game is day care
My son is in the dining room, contemplating the chicken and vegetables on his plate. I'm in the kitchen so I miss the beginning of the conversation.
Questions and opinions
Jesuit's senior goalkeeper chooses Duke
Justin Trowbridge, who helped lead Jesuit to the state championship, says he now wants to be part of a national championship in his college career.
Karaoke contests to kissing booths
LUTZ -- Despite its colorful history, LutzFest may never have offered such a one-day variety of entertainment options as those planned around the train depot Saturday.
A festival fit for 40 years
The Town 'N Country homeowners association pulls out all the stops for a daylong party marking it's 40th anniversary.
Out & about
ASTRONOMY DAY: Astronomy Day is an international event to show the public how much fun astronomy can be. Come celebrate this free, all-day event Saturday with the Museum Astronomical Resource Society Club.
2 Republicans contemplate run for County Commission
GOP officials are pleased with the announcement, saying it is important that a seat on the commission go to a New Tampa resident.
Stinky fish kill not a danger
A Hillsborough county scientist says a fish kill was caused by the drought, coupled with last month's heavy rainfall.
Condition of private road might raise roadblock
The owners of Medical Drive may close the road to public traffic because their request to have the county take responsibility for the street has been rejected.
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Residents can shape Citrus Park Village
Run-down plant to be closed early
The county will spend $915,000 and shut down the aging Eagles wastewater treatment plant six years ahead of schedule.
Lutz train depot garners award
The rebuilding effort on the old depot by community volunteers is honored with the "Award of Excellence."
Signs at busy intersection should put a stop to traffic worries
Four-way stop signs will be installed at Montague and Linebaugh after traffic studies show the intersection is unsafe.
State champion takes her mark
After a stellar performance at the All-Star State Championships, Kelly Hug is working even harder for the upcoming Junior Olympics.