Tampa Bay: May 18, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Educator ends 30-year career
[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
Osceola High's Michael Corrigan has been a teacher, administrator, coach and athletic director in Pinellas.
Sheriff faults boater in crash
Officials say Maryann Scibelli, 52, broke navigational rules when her personal watercraft collided with an ultralight plane, killing her.
Gulfview won't close for beach resorts
CLEARWATER -- Gulfview Boulevard, the road that provides motorists a glimpse of south Clearwater Beach, will not be closed to allow two large resorts to be built next to the sand, the City Commission decided Thursday.
Boys to get fire safety lessons
LARGO -- Fire officials plan to recommend that two young brothers burned by a grill fire Wednesday attend a fire-prevention course once their wounds have healed.
Fines pile up against voyeur Web site
Ucanwatch.com, which operates out of a Tarpon Springs house, ignores the city's May 15 deadline to shut down.
Safety Harbor may tap spring for fountain
A pipe already runs from the spring and can feed the planned fountain, thus conserving drinking water.
From struggles, a business grows
Certified holistic health practitioner Amy Person brings personal knowledge to her wellness and weight counseling business.
Overreaction led to overly severe punishment
Re: Punishment of Palm Harbor University High School baseball players for "rough-housing."
Woman charged in Dec. 29 death of neighbor's dog
Vikings will attack Philippe Park
About 200 Sons of Norway are expected to land for the Constitution Day celebration Saturday, called Syttende Mai.
DANCE TRY-OUTS: Attention ballet, jazz and tap dancers: Auditions for the Royalty Theatre Ballet Company will be at 7 p.m. tonight at the theater, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. Bring a $10 audition fee, photograph and resume. The rehearsal season begins June 25. Call (727) 441-8868.