Tampa Bay: August 19, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Error precludes family's farewell
[Times photo: Jill Sagers]
A funeral home cremates a woman's body before the viewing, angering the family as well as county officials.
Toronto's generosity benefits officials
Dunedin has no qualms about taking gifts from the city and the Blue Jays, and it's legal. Other cities, however, say no.
City sees widening rift with Pinellas
The city manager objects to some actions by the county and expects a lawsuit. The acting county administrator says disputes are inevitable.
'A jewel between two giants'
Readers say Oldsmar is more than just a small town. Here are their comments about the place many call home.
Junior grows into expanded college role
Officials and students at St. Petersburg College's Tarpon Springs campus are getting used to its changing status.
Bad driving habits make Pinellas roads unsafe
Re: Too many drivers hit road ready to do battle, column by Editor of Editorials Diane Steinle, Aug. 12.
Unhappy with Clearwater? Take time to look around you
This summer the Times has asked its readers in several North Pinellas communities a simple question: What do you think of when you think about your city?
East Lake briefs
Creating a red dress takes writer's career to new levels
Oldsmar strikes it rich with chamber membership drive