Tampa Bay: July 1, 2001
North Pinellas County news
Dissent surfaces at condo complex
A group of residents at On Top of the World say they are treated unfairly. The complex's management is suing them.
What is Largo?
The city, once home to many of the county's pioneers, searches for its own "brand identity."
Quietly, hidden springs murmur
Amid the hustle of a densly populated county, sources of freshwater bubble from the ground as they have for eons.
Oldsmar moves to restrict RV stops
Before a Wal-Mart supercenter opens on Tampa Road, city officials want to pass an ordinance banning overnight camping in commercial areas.
With English tutors' help, doors open
PALM HARBOR -- In movies, characters who are adults before they master English often must overcome great embarrassment before learning how to decode letters into recognizable words.
If you're unhappy teaching, just think how nurses feel
Would you please do all of us out here in your reading public a favor and limit your "I'm so miserable because I'm a teacher" letters? You know the ones I mean: "I don't have $15 for a luncheon" and "I have two months off in the summer that I don't get paid for" -- those are the ones.
Developer should be taken to task
Many residents of the Virginia Crossing subdivision in Dunedin face the frightening prospect of losing their homes even though they are innocent of wrongdoing.
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.