Survey

What Do You Think Should Happen to the Sarasota Bayfront?

The Bay Sarasota and Sasaki are seeking feedback for ways to improve 53 acres along U.S. 41 between Boulevard of the Arts and 10th Street.

02/16/2018 By Staff

Finance

Credit Restoration Firm Opens New Headquarters

BetterCredit offers personalized credit analysis, credit repair and identity protection services.

02/16/2018 By Staff

Science

Environmental Summit Takes Place April 25-27

The keynote speaker will be environmental historian and author Jack Davis.

02/16/2018 By Staff

Limelight

Thunder by the Bay 2018

The "Born to Be Wild" kickoff party took place at Michael's On East.

02/16/2018 Photography by Rebecca Baxter

Finance

Accountants Earn New Nonprofit Certifications

Jeff Gerhard and Regina Klein of CS&L CPAs recently earned the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' Not-for-Profit Certificate II.

02/15/2018 By Staff

Politics

Panel Discussion Covers Future of Cuba and the Caribbean

The event includes a former U.S. diplomat, the director for the Americas Center at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, two congressional representatives and more.

02/14/2018 By staff

Education

School Tax Referendum to Be Discussed March 8

The next Sarasota Tiger Bay Club luncheon panel will discuss the upcoming Sarasota County school tax referendum vote.

02/14/2018 By Staff

Legal news

Law Firm Opens New Sarasota Office

Farr Law Firm on Wednesday opened a new office in Sarasota that will be headed by attorney Fletcher Rush.

02/14/2018 By Staff

Repairs

Air Conditioning Company Expands

Naples' Conditioned Air Company is expanding its presence in south Sarasota County, growing its North Venice office space from roughly 5,000 square feet to 15,000.

02/14/2018 By Staff

New hires

Window, Door Manufacturer Names New Vice President

Venice's PGT Innovations recently hired Ted Rock.

02/13/2018 By Staff

Politics

Democrat Wins State House Special Election

Margaret Good defeated Republican James Buchanan in Tuesday's state House special election, winning 52.2 percent of the votes.

02/13/2018 By Staff

Environment

Nature Center Reopening After Months of Hurricane Cleanup

Crowley Museum & Nature Center is reopening to the public on Saturday, Feb. 17.

02/13/2018 By Staff

Limelight

Selby Gardens' Orchid Ball

The 37th annual ball celebrated "Warhol's Floral Playground," in connection with a current Warhol exhibit at the gardens' museum.

02/12/2018 Photography by Rebecca Baxter

Limelight

Tidewell Hospice Luncheon

The sold-out Signature Luncheon featured guest speaker Will Reeve.

02/12/2018 Photography by Rebecca Baxter

Limelight

Bethesda House Mardi Gras Madness

Masks, feathers and a Fat Tuesday Wine Pull were all part of the annual celebration for Catholic Charities' Bethesda House.

02/12/2018 Photography by Rebecca Baxter

Limelight

Goodwill Manasota Mardi Gras Gala

The 13th annual gala featured authentic Cajun food and New Orleans-style music.

02/12/2018 Photography by Rebecca Baxter

Philanthropy

New Nonprofit Fundraising and Scholarship Alliance Forms

Designing Women Boutique recently formed a strategic fundraising, scholarship and mentoring alliance with six Sarasota charitable organizations.

02/11/2018 By Staff

Education

New College Recognized for 'Return on Investment'

New College of Florida was named one of the country's 200 "Colleges That Pay You Back" in a new Princeton Review book.

02/09/2018 By Staff

Big Moves

Mote Moves to the Mainland

The exhibits will total more than 1 million gallons and will feature sharks, coral reefs, manatees, sea turtles, otters, seahorses, jellyfish and myriad other marine species.

02/09/2018 By Isaac Eger

Technology

Former Siemens President and CEO to Speak in Sarasota

Eric Spiegel, the former president and CEO of Siemens USA, will speak at the 98th annual Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Feb. 16.

02/09/2018 By staff