To be eligible, a business must have a physical structure located in the city limits with 25 or fewer full-time equivalent employees.
Next year’s race is scheduled for June 25-27, 2021.
The mural is dedicated to our local health care professionals and their tireless work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coping with COVID-19
‘People have to eat, and if they don’t have the resources, where are they going to get food?’
The pandemic is exacerbated by a broken Florida unemployment benefits system that has left hundreds of thousands of jobless residents still waiting for their first assistance checks.
Race was not a predominant motive in the county's November redistricting maps, Judge William Jung ruled.
Experts are predicting an above-average season.
Virginia Haley on how Visit Sarasota is planning for the near future.
Best Of Sarasota 2020
When the coronavirus pandemic is over, our editors have chosen the places you've got to visit. We're counting on them pulling through.
Sarasota Students 4 Climate organizes "climate strike" protests in downtown Sarasota.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens will now be an umbrella organization with two distinct campuses: its downtown Sarasota location and Historic Spanish Point.
What does Sarasota look like with social distancing and "safer at home" guidelines in place? We took to the streets to find out.
Barbara Banks and Gigi Ortwein
“It's real tough to shelter in place when you don't have a place," says Sarasota City Manager Tom Barwin.
Things To Do
‘Almost like being there in person, except for the sand in between your toes.’
'We're definitely concerned,' says SPARCC executive director Jessica Hays, 'because people are really isolated right now.'
Who We Are
Yes, we’re getting older, but we’re also getting browner. How our population is changing, and what it means.
We're inviting the community to submit photos that remind us why we love Sarasota and the surrounding areas, and show works of beauty or acts of kindness in these troubling days.
Is help on the way?
“We will look back on these times and realize we all got through this together.”
The $4.4 million real estate transaction took place earlier this week.