Listening to Black Voices
Up to Bat
Peek into local bat life at the Venice Audubon Society and Rookery.
The Sarasota construction group will collaborate with AP Architecture on the project.
The ride will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, starting at 5:15 p.m in the Rosemary District.
Nick DeVito II has been elected to serve as chapter admissions chair for the Florida chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors.
Denise Davis-Cotton has been named principal investigator the grant to strengthen arts educational programming in the nation’s educational system.
Brian Cornell and his wife, Martha, have deep roots in the Sarasota area.
The port's containerized cargo trade grew more than 53 percent and total cargo tonnage also reached an all-time high.
That would mean homeowners can rent out a portion of their home while they're on site.
The funding will be used to upgrade the Conservation Foundation's CRM platform.
Our city ranked No. 1 on U.S. News & World Report's annual list for the second year in a row.
Travis Ray is Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe's associate managing director.
The intensive five-year "Eureka!" program is for girls entering the eighth grade.
The funding will be used for the installation of water and wastewater infrastructure across 500 acres at the Panacea Activity Center.
The inaugural Fresh Friday event will take place on Friday, Nov. 5, from 8-11 p.m. on Lemon Avenue between First Street and Paul N. Thorpe Jr. Park.
The market will run Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021 and continue through April 21, 2022.
Our article about the privatization of Florida’s shoreline was one of our top-awarded and read stories this year.
Alex Martin is the founder of the Sidewalk Science Center, which offers free science experiments for kids at Bayfront Park in Sarasota and the Riverwalk in Bradenton.
The land is a critical link between Sarasota County’s Old Miakka Preserve and the Conservation Foundation’s Tatum Sawgrass Scrub Preserve.
Early voting will run Monday, Oct. 25, and continue through Saturday, Oct. 30.
Environmentalists say the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Manatee County are stifling public engagement rather than encouraging it.