This Week: Attack Investigation, Haunted Fire House Opens, Woman Rides Manatee
In case you missed them, here's a look at the top stories on East Lake Patch from September 30 through October 6
Investigators with the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office say a woman told them she was attacked while exercising on a road in East Lake's Tarpon Woods subdivision.
East Lake Fire Rescue Chief Tom Jamison and his crew created scary encounters throughout the haunted fire house that are designed to make teens think twice about texting and driving.
Owner Peter Pergola spent years in the food service industry in New York before bringing his "old-fashioned neighborhood family restaurant" to East Lake and Palm Harbor.
The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is searching for a woman seen riding and handling a manatee, an endangered species.
Ana Gloria Garcia Gutierrez claimed that she didn't realize riding a manatee is illegal.
Palm Harbor's Suncoast Animal League teamed up with Pilots N Paws over the weekend to save 20 dogs from high-kill shelters in other states. Some found homes Saturday at Fairway Pizza.