North of Tampa: June 25, 2000
June 25, 2000
Annexation plans include new elementary school
The proposed elementary school site needs to be near Heritage Isles so children there can walk to school.
Shopping center to replace church
KEYSTONE -- Woodlands Baptist Church will be looking for a new residence to replace its location at Race Track Road and Nine Eagles Drive. Calvary Baptist Church of Clearwater, which owns the land and the building Woodlands has been using for more than four years, is seeking a rezoning of the 8-acre parcel for the construction of a shopping center.
Delivering good health
Now, as word gets out, the newly opened Northeast Tampa Community Health Center is bracing for the time when patients looking for low-cost health care pack the place.
Fast-growing soccer league hires trainer
The new hire, who will also work at the University of South Florida, will train coaches as well as players.
Tennis phenoms thrive at state meet
Friends Stacia Fonseca and Brianna Williams finished first and fourth at this year's championship.
Board: Coach can teach youth
Members decide not to end William Thomas' contract, though he failed to comply with an audit.
'This is where God wants me to be'
The Rev. Brian James has taken over the helm at St. James United Methodist Church.
Nudist club comfortable with reputation
Some say the Riverboat Club in Land O'Lakes is more about sex than nudist values. But the club's owner says that's just not how it is.
Appeals court revives high school lawsuit
The suit should not have been dismissed so quickly, the court rules. "At least a substantial part of the merits will be heard," says the lawyer for neighbors of the proposed site.
Students transform man's jungle into manicured garden
When a 73-year-old homeowner finds keeping up his yard a difficult task, students at Adams Middle School summer camp spend a few days lending a helping hand.
Independent Day School growing a second campus
A new middle school complex, plus expansions on the original campus, will cost about $8-million.
Jewelrymaker toils at his booth, dreams of a store
Creating jewelry at a flea market booth is hot work in summer, Alfonso Sierra, formerly of Colombia, says.