Financial adviser Lisa Russo recently joined the Sarasota Architectural Foundation's Board of Directors.
PNC recently hired Susan Brennan, one of the early founders of the bank's Sarasota office.
Nine of the grants were awarded to Sarasota Memorial Health Care System and one was made to Good Samaritan Pharmacy & Health Services.
The money comes from tourist tax collections and is intended to promote cultural activities that appeal to tourists.
The state recently gave final approval for a permit that will allow the City of Sarasota's plan to restore Lido Beach shoreline to go forward.
Stock Signature Homes has sold 16 single-family homes in Lakewood Ranch's Country Club East.
Voalte founder and CEO Trey Lauderdale will serve as keynote speaker at the event, discussing the balance between work and life.
Sales of single-family homes in Florida were .8 percent higher in May than in May 2017.
Illinois' Bradenton Riversong Multifamily DST recently purchased Bradenton's RiverSong Apartment Homes.
Habitat for Humanity Sarasota recently hired Danny Bilyeu as the organization's construction administrator.
Plans for Blvd Sarasota include an indoor and outdoor social area, an indoor driving range, a fitness facility, a pool, cabanas and more.
Columbia and Ophelia's on the Bay were both included in the list, published by the online restaurant reservation system OpenTable.
The organization was created 20 years ago to study local issues and provide comprehensive data and reports to local leaders.
Pecky, a furniture, gifts and accessories store located in downtown Sarasota, recently hired Kristin Tolbert.
Including craft beer and wings at JDub's, an Indian cooking class at Curry Station and more.
Sarasota's Grain Management is acquiring Great Plains Communications.
The number of new residential construction projects in the United States increased by 5 percent between April and May.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott recently appointed Garin Hoover to the Board of Trustees of New College of Florida.
Dr. Fabian Ramos recently received the Sarasota Medical Alliance Foundation and Society's 2018 Community Health Advocacy Award.
Roughly 64,000 homes in Florida are at risk of chronic flooding within the next 30 years, if current sea level rise trends continue, according to a new study.