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Megan McDonald and David Hackett
The Sarasota County Democratic Party, Sarasota Democratic Black Caucus and Sarasota Democratic Hispanic Caucus are calling on county commissioners to move away from the plan.
Twila Adams is a U.S. Army veteran, tennis player and motivational speaker.
The endowment is funded by more than $100,000 in private gifts and pledges from 35 donors.
A request for proposals issued by the City last month resulted in no responses from parties interested in taking over the operations at the park, including the current vendor.
It's called "We Craft Senior."
The first speaker in the series is former Procter & Gamble CEO AG Lafley.
Four local organizations gave a total of $62,000 in funding.
Map It Out
Szucs maps out rivers and watersheds with bright colors.
In last year’s election, 64.2 percent of the New College student body voted, compared to 29.3 percent in 2014.
This year's honorees are former state Sen. John McKay and, posthumously, Mote Marine Laboratory founder Dr. Eugenie Clark.
If the Sarasota County School Board approves a new agreement at its next meeting, superintendent Todd Bowden will step down on Dec. 31.
Four hundred Planned Parenthood supporters gathered at Michael’s On East for the annual Always in Style luncheon.
It's the first in a series of Sarasota-based events through the Tampa Bay chapter.
In the third quarter of 2019, net sales decreased 1 percent, to $198 million, and net income increased 11 percent, to $15 million.
Jennifer Ahearn-Koch has been named mayor and Shelli Freeland Eddie vice-mayor. Ahearn-Koch replaces outgoing mayor Liz Alpert.
The second annual event on InStride's grounds in Nokomis raised money to help with its equine-assisted learning and therapy programs.
It was beautiful weather for this annual event, presented by the Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch.
A lively party kicked off Sarasota MOD Weekend, with architects and architecture aficionados mingling, fittingly, in the poolside courtyard of the Sarasota Modern Hotel.
Nearly 400 New College of Florida supporters gathered on the bayfront lawn of College Hall to celebrate the 41st annual Clambake.
Sarasota National Cemetery opened in July 2009. It is one of 9 national cemeteries in Florida, and one of 138 in the U.S.