Tampa Bay: May 25, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Body by yoga
[Times photo: Carrie Pratt]
Once considered the realm of hippies and Eastern mystics, yoga has gone mainstream, thanks to the toned bodies of supermodels and rock stars who swear by it.
Struggle over gun leads to shooting
The injured man, described as easygoing and responsible, had intervened in an argument.
Keswick school founder dies at 103
Novelist and missionary Ruth H. Munce achieved her dream when she founded the school in 1953.
Ex-mayor's prison sentence: 4 1/4 years
The former leader of Belleair Beach was part of a scheme that defrauded a Utah company.
High school to open second academy
State funds for the Information Technology program have dried up. Officials seek other aid.
Fire station's low bidder files lawsuit
Oldsmar awarded the contract for building the new facility to the second-lowest bidder.
Gold stars handed out to some top teachers
Seventeen Seminole area standouts are recognized Thursday at a Tribute to Teachers breakfast.
Kids getting water-saving education
Water officials are teaching schoolchildren about conservation through a spoof of the Three Little Pigs.
New library is a 'monument to mediocrity'
Clearwater continues in its undying quest for mediocrity.
Pinellas United Way signs on for merger
CLEARWATER -- Pinellas County's United Way board voted Thursday to merge with its Hillsborough counterpart by July 2002, creating a new organization called United Way of Tampa Bay.
Memorial Day celebration
TAP DANCING: Mark National Tap Dance Day and National Missing and Exploited Children's Day by attending a free family event from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight at Rhythm Works Dance Studio, 29121 U.S. 19 N, Clearwater (just north of Countryside Mall at Serendipity Plaza).