Going for Gold
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Dan Fost, Cooper Levey-Baker, and Kay Kipling
Faizan Ali and Zacharias Pieri have each been awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor from assistant professor.
The funding will be used for the food bank's annual Campaign Against Summer Hunger.
A Bradenton real estate agent is broadcasting softball and women's basketball from the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo, Japan.
The airport is hiring full-time and part-time transportation security officers.
Lindsay Roth will manage business development opportunities, marketing initiatives, events, external communications and more.
James R. Monaghan will coordinate and manage the Hermitage’s artist and community engagement programs.
Marrie Neumer has been named associate vice-president of advancement and Clara Reynardus de Villanueva director of development.
Six local athletes are competing at the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo—here's how they're doing and when to watch them.
Morgan McSweeney, or "Dr. Noc," has been researching the virus since the beginning of the pandemic.
Jonathan Evans moved to Sarasota from London and has experience working as a civil service.
As a result, the port is anticipating a jump in steel exports.
The program is made possible through funding from the William G. & Marie Selby Foundation and the Florida legislature.
Shearer is currently director of education at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, overseeing all areas of the museum's education department.
Carrie Collins will serve as chair of the Sarasota community board and James "Jake" Tate Jr. will serve as chair of the Venice community board.
A new report shows that traveler confidence has surged from 40 percent in Q1 to 76 percent in Q3.
Michael Casper has been named vice-president of business development and Joe Mantkowski vice-president of the company's design division.
The school district will hold a job fair on Tuesday, July 27, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
A glimpse in photos of this week’s steamy Siesta Key lifeguard competition.
We also looked at the rest of the state to see where vaccination rates are highest and lowest.
Over the past year, 85 children in Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto counties have been removed from a home because of a parent or guardian's "inability to cope."