Tampa Bay: May 22, 2001
North Pinellas County news
Test lays out leaders' qualities
Some of its findings they already knew -- different people have different styles. Now the plan is to strengthen teamwork and communication.
Golfer utilizes titanium for relief
Using a new procedure, a doctor screws a titanium implant into a Tarpon Springs resident's spine to relieve his chronic neck and shoulder pain.
Voice, bad time line tipped off deputies
CLEARWATER -- When Eric Wilkes dialed 911 Friday night, his voice was so high and pierced with emotion that the call-taker believed he was a woman.
Tarpon Springs man gets plea deal in Ybor City fight
Christopher Stamas pleads guilty and receives probation for his role in the scuffle. Last year, he was acquitted in a road rage case.
Hit-run victim's family seeks answers
Police and the family of Stephen Gunter want the driver who struck and killed him to come forward.
Beach leaders rally around YMCA idea
With more families settling on the beach, interest grows in establishing a YMCA there. Much will depend on community response.
Let's build a first-class public library
Clearwater is long overdue for a new library. However, many would agree that architect Robert A.M. Stern's design is not what we were waiting for.
Two men charged in home robbery
Outlaws get rowdy at Sunshine track
Perhaps an extra 1,000 people crowded into the grandstands at Sunshine Speedway on Saturday to watch the smash and crash Demolition Derby.