Tampa Bay: November 30, 2001
North Pinellas County news
||Family struggles to cope after crash
[Times photo: Stefanie Boyar]
Before the wreck that nearly killed both their daughters a month ago, longtime musicians Jeff and Terry Pinkham had the same concerns as most parents: keeping up with the bills, saving and finding time for a vacation.
Incumbents to compete in Safety Harbor race
SAFETY HARBOR -- In the months leading up to the city's next election, two commission incumbents have announced they will pursue second terms.
Deputy must stop drinking to keep job
LARGO -- A Pinellas sheriff's deputy who has admitted to parenting, driving and even coming to work drunk may keep his job if he signs a contract in which he vows never to drink again.
Largo police offer to expand territory
LARGO -- Police Chief Lester Aradi says he was just trying to help.
Tarpon casino boat shuttle in the works
TARPON SPRINGS -- A company that brings passengers on shuttle boats to an offshore casino boat plans to come to Tarpon Springs by the end of the year, a company executive said Thursday.
Bed and Breakfast boosts Safety Harbor's quaintness
SAFETY HARBOR -- With its quaint, tree-shaded Main Street shops, famed health spa and quiet neighborhoods, Safety Harbor seems a natural for a bed and breakfast. But it never had one.
Don't allow greed to ruin Tarpon Springs
Re: Possible casino boat muddies hotel deal, story, Nov. 11.
Pinellas fire under investigation
INDIAN ROCKS BEACH -- Someone set fire Wednesday evening to a vacant house at 110 Beach Haven Drive, which was being used to store insulation.
Lakilak, Dixie Hollins are a cut above foes
Pablo Lakilak and Dixie Hollins teammates Clinton Perry and Ryan Brembs sported buzz cuts during their Pinellas County High School League rolloffs Tuesday at Sunshine Bowl.
United we fa-la-la
Instead of organizing two separate seasonal celebrations, the holiday crafts bazaar and the family holiday festival will both be held Saturday.