North of Tampa: August 25, 2000
August 25, 2000
Chased away from shopping center, vintage car show goes on
Growing crowds at a popular Saturday night car show irritate Target store managers and force a move.
Violation may displace home
A couple installed the mobile home in 1973. Now, after 27 years, one anonymous telephone call complaining about it to the county may force it out.
Quiet suburbs dread noisy development
TAMPA PALMS -- I open the door and it's all laid out like a scrumptious buffet.
Despite loss, couple fought for what was right
Kudos for "Disenchanted Isles," written by Michael Sandler with research by John Martin (Aug. 18). It was a very well researched story and we certainly know, better than anyone else, how many-faceted it was. Even given the depth that it went into, certainly it was a master feat of juggling as to what to include and what to leave for another time.
Nightclub ends deal with Buccaneer's Alstott
The owner of Harpo's in Carrollwood is displeased because the popular fullback refuses to sign autographs.
New varieties provide adventure to gardening
Gardeners can be an adventuresome lot, willing to try many of the new varieties that come along. Some of us take great pride in being the first on our block to have success with that new petunia or carrot. If you are one of the trailblazers you'll enjoy looking at some of the new varieties for the 2001 season.
Man thought to be a 'Lutz Boy' charged in slashing at keg party
LUTZ -- With each serious arrest of so-called Lutz Boyz, deputies optimistically suggest that the latest case finally may sober the youths into calming down.
Dedicating 'my body to Bettie'
A Borders bookstore worker pays homage to 1950s pinup girl Bettie Page in a very personal way.
Price of east-west route goes less than expected
The road, which would connect Bruce B. Downs Boulevard with I-275, will cost far less than original estimates, a top transportation official said.
A tragic crossing
An 18-year-old's long-awaited days on a motorcycle come to a sudden, deadly end at the intersection of Armenia Avenue and W Country Club Drive.