Sirius Day Spa recently struck a three-store development deal with a Lakewood Ranch couple.
Church of the Palms recently celebrated the completion of its new 14,000-square-foot Palms Center.
Thirty-two nonprofits, foundations and health care agencies recently launched a new initiative, First 1,000 Days Sarasota County.
Sales in both Sarasota and Manatee counties declined in March when compared to sales in March 2017.
We've rescheduled our Best of Sarasota party for 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 25.
The sports-themed hair care franchise Sport Clips Haircuts recently leased 1,120 square feet in North Port.
Joan Krauter is stepping down as the Herald's executive editor after nearly 20 years in the role.
It's a Wrap
The fest closed with awards and a screening of Rory Kennedy's latest documentary.
Ecologist, author and advocate Heather Lyn Mann will lead a workshop sponsored by the Buddhist Climate Action Network.
The study analyzed the college's operations, student spending and the effects of alumni.
The Southwest Florida Planned Giving Council recently renamed itself as the Charitable Gift Planners of Southwest Florida.
The $12 million construction project will be funded through a special assessment on commercial land owners and paid parking.
The imaginative costume designs of Miles White are spotlighted in this circus-themed show.
Englewood's Commercial Energy System LLC was recently named Company of the Year by Manasota SCORE.
Historic Spanish Point executive director John McCarthy will discuss Sarasota's maritime heritage during a presentation at Alderman Oaks.
Manatee County schools superintendent Diana Greene will recommend that Willie Clark become the next executive director of secondary schools.
Intraespa Intercultural Learning Center recently opened a new location at 5899 Whitfield Ave., Suite 107, Sarasota.
Running April 30-May 6, the week includes a number of parties, networking opportunities and updates on the state of small business in Lakewood Ranch.
Winners will be announced at a Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Friday, June 15.
The Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded a $294,198 grant to scientists at New College of Florida.