Tampa Bay: November 21, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Every dog has its way at B&B
[Times photo: Carrie Pratt]
Well, what would you expect from a place called Bark Place? This canine spa offers fine dining and luxurious accommodations.
Despite protests, police jobs cut
The department, however, extends the beach aide program to Dec. 31 after discussions with the union.
Harris E. Long, banker, dies at 88
The Long Center in Clearwater was named for Mr. Long to honor his contributions to the facility.
Sexual offender arrested again
Police say the man was arrested after exposing himself to two young girls and touching one of them.
2 decades after woman's murder, man faces death
Amos Lee King has been on death row more than 24 years for the murder of 68-year-old Natalie Brady. On Monday, Gov. Jeb Bush signed his death warrant.
Jays fans help Dunedin, so please stop whining
As loyal Blue Jays fans from Toronto who have been coming to Dunedin for 25 years (initially for spring training), we decided, upon retiring 11 years ago, to spend three months each year in Florida. Because of the Blue Jays, our first choice was to stay in Dunedin.
Local sailors earn honors
The fall racing season is about to take some time off for the holidays, and several local sailors will enter the break with national awards. Longtime St. Petersburg sailor and innovative naval architect Glenn Henderson is best known for his sport boat designs, including the SR line and Henderson 30.
Teen driver trapped in vehicle after wreck
The 17-year-old, who ran into a stopped water truck, is pinned by his legs and extricated after 70 minutes.