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.
Trick or Treat
'Tis the season for picking out a gorgeous gourd.
As part of the outreach effort, All Faiths will educate parents about Florida KidCare health and dental coverage.
And it's building an ambitious, $7 million retreat space east of I-75 near Old Miakka.
These golden oldies have taken up at least part-time residence in the region.
Elevated levels of red tide have been detected at most Sarasota County beaches.
A Little Magic
At least some of the fairy doors were painted by Joan Love, a retired schoolteacher who has been placing small doors on the facades of buildings since 2018.
Suncoast Waterkeeper's Justin Bloom, dancer/choreographer Rhodnie Désir, the TikTok star redefining Jewish food, a UF prof studying rudeness, and a horse (of course).
From vengeful spirits with broken hearts to mischievous graveyard imps, here are five supernatural stories of local lore to keep you up at night.
According to the City of Sarasota, the new rates will align with those in downtown Sarasota and provide consistency within the parking district.
From Nov. 12-15, professional and amateur sand artists will wow visitors with their outrageous and improbable designs.
Experts will discuss the latest information about hurricanes, sea level rise, red tide and more at the Florida Climate Forecast Conference.
Hispanic Heritage Month
The event will include entertainment, special scholarship announcements and student and parent speakers from UnidosNow programs.