Roofing by Curry’s annual commitment to Habitat Sarasota’s Critical Home Repair program includes all labor and materials necessary to replace eight roofs.
The panel will include county commissioner Nancy Detert, former county commissioner Christine Robinson and Sarasota School Board member Bridget Ziegler.
The governor's proposal would raise Florida teachers' starting salaries from $37,636 to $47,500.
The board elected community members, teachers and student representatives.
Twenty area mixologists took part in the cocktail competition at the Universal Flight Training Hangar.
The discussion will focus on climate change and sea level rise.
Ten past dance champions competed once more at this 20th anniversary event.
Venice's Honest Air will operate as a division of Conditioned Air.
The programming focuses on three topics: health, equality and the Earth.
The school system was honored for its emphasis on increasing awareness for LGBTQ+ issues.
The company created a new model to meet U.S. Department of Transportation and university requirements.
The “Mobility Challenge Without Sight” offers teams of participants the opportunity to test their navigation skills in downtown Sarasota while experiencing simulated vision impairment.
The $64,000 grant will support All Faiths' Mobile Pantry and Backpack programs in DeSoto County.
The new after-school program will provide academic support to families with 6- to 12-year-old children living at Janie’s Garden, a mixed-income housing community.
Culverhouse has committed to a 10:1 match of 1,000 donations of $110.
The Pelagic Ecosystem Research Consortium (PERC) will have a goal of improving stock assessment, management and sustainability of highly migratory species, including tuna, swordfish and sharks
The Orioles' re-organization includes the promotion of Sarasota's Jennifer Grondahl to senior vice-president of community development and communications.
There Goes The Neighborhood
Do sites like Airbnb boost the local economy or tear neighborhoods apart?
What I've Learned
"I was proud to be a pioneer."
After a suspicious fire torched the old playground, a new state-of-the-art playground has taken its place.