An interactive online map is now available for public comment at SarasotaInMotion.com; the input will inform the city's master transportation plan.
A new microsite is the first step in a larger brand initiative to connect the company’s values and vision to the the local community.
The event encourages locals to recycle old, outdated technology.
The panel discussion and Q&A will look back at Sarasota's black history.
The Rookies is an annual awards and mentor platform open to young creatives in film, animation, games, VR, motion graphics and architecture visualization.
The funds come from the Louis and Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust.
The agency was selected based on growth in the number of children served, quality and length of mentoring matches, and increased revenues.
Residents who can't make it to the open houses will be able to provide their input online via a survey starting Sept. 18.
The facilities will close for the weekend and reopen this week.
Along with the 2022 championship event, NBP will play host to the 2021 U.S. Dragon Boat Federation (USDBF) National Championships.
The $3 million, 18,881-square-foot property was the former home of Manatee River Harley-Davidson.
Construction is expected to begin in early 2020.
Shelley, who became principal of Booker High School in 2011, is known as a champion of the arts and oversees the school’s Visual & Performing Arts (VPA) program.
Monofilament—or fishing line—is a genuine threat to the survival of our local birds.
Lindsley is the senior associate director for the University of Central Florida’s Nicholson School of Communication and Media.
The focus will be the benefits and economic impacts of historic districts and historic designations.
The organizations will donate a combined total of 590,000 bottles of water.
Dr. Shirin Gibson and Debra Estes have both been named to new positions.
Dr. Larry Thompson became president of the college in 1999.
Tim Koons-McGee is an industry veteran.