Construction

Get Ready for Another Construction Project on U.S. 41

The Florida Department of Transportation has plans to resurface two miles of roadway.

05/26/2022 By Chloe Nelson

Class Reunion

The Sarasota Music Festival Is Back

For the first time since 2019, the classical music fest returns in full, June 6-25.

05/26/2022 By Kay Kipling

Top Docs

Top Doctors 2022

Whether you’re hunting for a general physician to check in with once a year, or in need of a specialist who can treat your specific condition, our annual list of the area’s top doctors is where your health care search should start.

05/20/2022

Fast Track

DeSantis Appoints Canada West to Florida Rehabilitation Council

West, of Sarasota, is the senior vocational rehabilitation counselor for the Division of Vocational Rehab

05/06/2022 By Staff

Politics

Support Our Schools to Host Forum on Censorship

The event, which will take place at Fogartyville Media and Arts Center, is free and open to the public.

05/05/2022 By Staff

Leadership

Foundation Announces 2022 Gulf Coast Leadership Institute Class

Class members will take part in seven training sessions from May through June.

05/03/2022 By Staff

Sponsored Content

Looking for a Unique Gift for Mom? Adopt a Manatee

Your mom or mother figure will receive an adoption certificate, photo and biography of a Florida manatee—and help an important cause.

05/03/2022 By Megan McDonald

Scholarships

Sarasota MLK Celebration Committee Will Award Multiple Academic Scholarships

Founded in 1987, the Sarasota MLK Celebration Committee is dedicated to honoring the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.

05/02/2022 By Staff

Scholarships

Brain Health Initiative Scholar Nominations Now Open

Scholars will have the opportunity to work in a hybrid model with BHI scientists and clinicians.

04/29/2022 By Staff

Fast Track

Sarasota Chamber of Commerce Recognizes Three Community Leaders

Leadership Sarasota will host a luncheon on Wednesday, May 25, honoring local leaders Joy Mahler, Patrick Robinson and Susan Flynn.

04/26/2022 By Allison Forsyth

Nesting Season

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Begins May 1

With the first nest of the season found on April 24, residents are urged to keep light out of sight and remove unused beach furniture and coastal structures.

04/25/2022 By Staff

Gift Guide

Best Gifts for the Over-65 Sarasotan

These gifts will be the perfect surprise for the Sarasotan who is over 65 in your life.

04/12/2022 By Elizabeth Djinis

Gift Guide

The Best Gifts for Experiencing Sarasota

So many of the best things in life are experienced rather than purchased. Here are some unique outings in Sarasota you can gift your loved ones.

04/12/2022 By Elizabeth Djinis

Economy

CareerEdge Reports $3.8 Million in Economic Impact from Workforce Efforts

CareerEdge’s goals are to help low-skill and low-wage earners advance in their careers.

04/08/2022 By Staff

Education

Sarasota County Schools Announces 23 National Merit Scholarship Finalists

The National Merit Scholarship program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955.

04/07/2022 By Staff

DIY

Three Local Farms Are Offering You-Pick Opportunities This Spring

Pick your own fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers while the weather's still nice.

04/07/2022 By Samantha Lane

Baseball

Orioles Economic Impact in Florida Tops $545 Million Since 2015

Sarasota County’s most recent analysis measures the total impact created by the Orioles’ year-round operations in Sarasota.

03/31/2022 By Staff

Events

Sarasota Chamber of Commerce Launches Inaugural Grand Expo

The event will connect local chamber members’ products and services and non-profit organizations to businesses and the residential community.

03/30/2022 By Staff

Jobs

Florida JobLink to Host Job Fair in Sarasota Today

The fair will take place from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Hamption Inn Conference Center.

03/30/2022 By Staff

Conservation

Conservation Foundation Protects Critical Florida Panther Habitat

According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, only 120 to 230 adults currently remain in the wild.

03/29/2022 By Staff