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Sarasota County’s most recent analysis measures the total impact created by the Orioles’ year-round operations in Sarasota.
The event will connect local chamber members’ products and services and non-profit organizations to businesses and the residential community.
In the Spotlight
Rhames is a golden-globe winning actor best known for his roles in "Pulp Fiction" and the "Mission Impossible" film series.
The fair will take place from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Hamption Inn Conference Center.
Lowman most recently served as president of Pilot Bank.
The organization will collect donations for local families in need at the Orioles-Rays game at 1:05 p.m.
The funding will sponsor the new science education aquarium's planned Eastern indigo snake and gopher tortoise exhibit.
Sysco will offer discounts, buying incentives and rewards to SMO members.
Proceeds from the luncheon will help support the expansion of the genetics counseling program at Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
Hudson-Smith has been named director of leadership and legacy giving.
Oil and Gas
Pump prices remain 93 cents per gallon more than the 2022 low and 1.93 per gallon more than the lowest price in 2021.
The bill bans discussions of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools.
The new "micro-mobility" program lets riders rent bikes and scooters for an hourly rate.
Jennifer Johnston and Dr. Kameron Partridge Hodgens have been named directors of community leadership.
They are Andy Richardson, David Goben, Daniel Johnson and Anthony Goodrich.
The funding was distributed to 16 organizations in the foundation's Equity and Access competitive grant cycle.
They are Kristen Lundy, Travis Cornwell and Andrew Fabian.
The Patterson Foundation donated the glass monument that once stood at Patriot Plaza to the Tidewell Foundation and the Tidewell Honors Veterans Program.
Neal Communities decided to acquire HITEK due to the supply chain and labor constraints impacting the housing market.
A Sarasota native whose family owned an 8,732-acre ranch, Longino is a professor of biology at the University of Utah.