Safe and Stylish
With mask ordinances in effect, we've found face coverings from local boutiques that will keep you safe—*without* sacrificing your style.
Back at it
The market is the first in the area to reopen since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jessika Ward asks herself how the world sees her—and is surprised to find answers at The Ringling’s “Being Seen” exhibit.
The firm has hired George Parpas as an associate and Tamara Skonie as a paralegal.
Students in the five-year program would complete their first two years at New College and the final three years at UF.
Listening to Black Voices
Harris’ parents shaped history and welcomed major Black figures of the civil rights movement into their home.
However, local health officials have the option to override it.
The $5,000 grant will furnish one of the foundation's six foster family homes.
Rod Hershberger has been elected as chair and David Green as vice-chair.
The funds will be used to house the gardens' scientific collections in hurricane-resilient facilities.
The organization is giving away 55,000 masks as long as supplies last.
The Future Was Female
To mark Amendment 19's 100th anniversary of giving women the right to vote, we're telling the stories of influential local women.
The organization says it seeks to expand its mission and community impact.
Gleeson is responsible for overseeing sales, marketing and strategic planning for the brokerage’s portfolio of developments.
The program will provide workspace and business resources to young adults who are interested in starting or growing a small business but lack the financial resources to get started.
The funds will enable the port to make multiple security-related enhancements.
The garage was lauded for its LED light harvesting system, electric vehicle charging stations, bicycle parking and bike repair station, state-of-the-art rooftop solar panel and more.
There were 106 new positive cases in Sarasota County and 160 in Manatee County. Sarasota Memorial Hospital also reported a record number of hospitalized patients, with 56, including 16 in the ICU.
However, the U.S. added 4.8 million jobs in June, the Department of Labor reported, although those numbers were compiled before COVID-19 cases began rising in states including Florida.
Here are the winning photos of Conservation Foundation's inaugural summer photo contest, now a virtual exhibit.