New Hires

The Ringling Hires Senior Director of Development

Mark Terman has more than 30 years of development experience.

07/23/2019 By Staff

Homelessness

City, Local Agencies Collaborate to Start Florida’s First Homeless Court

It's the first homeless court in the state of Florida.

07/23/2019 By Staff

Philanthropy

Community Foundation Announces Promotion, New Hire

Heidi Kellman has been named director of philanthropy administration and Michelle Young has been named senior philanthropic advisor.

07/22/2019 By Staff

Politics

Margaret Good Announces Congressional Bid

Good, a Democrat, will challenge incumbent Republican Rep. Vern Buchanan in the 2020 election.

07/22/2019 By Staff

Real Estate

Martha Pike Joins Premier Sotheby's Venice Office

Pike has extensive sales experience, earning a number of awards as a top producer with two national firms.

07/19/2019 By Staff

New Hires

University Names New Associate Director of Development

Clara Reynardus de Villanueva will join the USF Sarasota-Manatee Advancement team to expand relationships within the community in support of the university’s fundraising efforts.

07/19/2019 By Staff

Dream on

Dream Weaver Collection Celebrates 30 Years on St. Armands Circle This September

Store owner Joan Morgan shares the secrets of her success.

07/19/2019 By Hanna Powers

Hog U

Special Mattison's Dinner Raises Money for Farmer Scholarships

Next month's Niman Ranch Next Generation Scholarship Dinner highlights the benefits of humanely and sustainably raised livestock.

07/19/2019 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Grants

The Ringling Receives Art Conservation Grant From the Getty Foundation

The grant is in support of a major conservation treatment of the museum’s monumental oil on canvas painting, "Emperor Justinian," by Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant.

07/18/2019 Photography by Staff

Election Night

Committee Picks Brand New Art for Brand New Roundabouts

As the City of Sarasota grows, so does its public art collection.

07/18/2019 By Olivia Letts

Some Like It Hot

We Tried It: Latin Dancing at The Venue

Do I have what it takes to become a salsa queen?

07/18/2019 By Olivia Letts

Conservation

Conservation Foundation Protects 543 Acres in the Myakka Region

Conserving the land enables the core of the 2,500-acre Tatum Sawgrass marsh to be restored, and will reduce flooding downstream, increase habitat for animals, and improve the health and vitality of the Myakka River.

07/18/2019 By Staff

Awards

PGT Innovations Recognized as Florida Sterling Manufacturing Business Excellence Award Finalist

The Florida Sterling Council and FloridaMakes collaborate on the statewide awards to recognize the state’s high-performing manufacturers.

07/17/2019 By Staff

Construction

Plaza Construction Appointed Construction Manager of New Golden Gate Point Condos

The firm has played a role in building a wide range of commercial real estate projects.

07/17/2019 By Staff

Healthcare

Blake Medical Center Welcomes New Chief Nursing Officer

Kimberly Hatchel will be responsible for the overall direction of nursing services, provision of clinical care and program direction for the department of nursing.

07/16/2019 By Staff

Flights

Frontier Airlines Adds Nonstop Service to Trenton, New Jersey

The airline will also increase the number of flights to Cleveland and Philadelphia this winter.

07/16/2019 By Staff

New Hires

Brad Jeffers Named General Manager of the Lake Club

In his position, Jeffers will oversee various aspects of Lake Club living and work to ensure resident and builder satisfaction and success.

07/16/2019 By Staff

New Hires

USFSM Names Corey Posey New Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer

Posey will provide guidance and collaboration for initiatives, programs and trainings in order to promote a culture of inclusion and equity as it relates to diversity issues.

07/16/2019 By Staff

Hair Envy

An Expert Shares Her Top Summer Hair Tips and Debunks Hair Myths

We chatted with Top Knot Salon owner Collette Hartner about how to keep your hair looking lustrous all summer long.

07/16/2019 By Hanna Powers

Education

"Books & Badges" Literacy Event Takes Place Today

The dual-purpose event will provide free books for low-income children to read and mitigate summer learning loss, as well as provide positive interaction with officers.

07/16/2019 By Staff