Tampa Bay: June 3, 2001
North Pinellas County news
Building supplier overrun by homes
For more than 50 years, a Clearwater lumberyard fed the growth of houses. Now surrounded by them, the yard may give way to townhomes.
Response to library is far from hushed
The proposed design of Clearwater's new main library has elicited emphatic opinions -- both for and against.
Plaques boast of Palm Harbor's past
The Historical Society kicks off a drive to affix bronze plaques to downtown buildings to remind folks of the town's colorful history.
Gamble may cost casino ship's operators
For now, the ship cruises. But officials say it's trying to slip under Tarpon's ordinances, and cruises may be halted.
Library's look brings debate
Re: Shhh! Take the time to let library's look speak for itself, column by Diane Steinle, May 27.
Colleague's death is a loss to community
Richard E. Hosking of Clearwater was recently shot and killed. Perhaps it is fitting that this loving father, active church member, good neighbor and assistant director of the Pasco County Health Department was laid to rest on the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Support sought on beachfront building rules
Beach officials hope to keep construction controls in the hands of local government.
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.
Surprise basketball showing highlights Eckerd's season
With its lack of scholarships, its young players and its past history, this was supposed to be another mediocre season for Eckerd College's men's basketball team.
Mayor's granddaughter among award recipients
At Tuesday's City Council meeting, Mayor Jerry Beverland will recognize this year's winners of the PRIDE awards from Oldsmar schools. He is especially proud of one recipient, his granddaughter, Ashley Philips.
New library director dreams up programs
Manny Leite started working as the director of the East Lake Community Library three weeks ago, but he has already developed some new program ideas for the 2-year-old facility.