Oh, The Places You'll Go
Here's what locals want to do—and where they want to jet—when they feel safe.
Beginning April 6, one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines will replace two-dose Pfizer at state-supported sites.
Many of the employers also have tobacco free worksite policies.
Twenty local entrepreneurs, all under the age of 17, will be selling wares ranging from baked goods to art.
All donors will receive a tie-dye T-shirt and a $10 e-gift card, plus a free wellness checkup including a Covid-19 antibody test.
The practice will perform 100 free surgeries for individuals who have no health insurance or other means to pay for surgery.
They include the 31st annual Frank G. Berlin Sr. Foundation Small Business Awards on June 25.
Hopes will be responsible for overseeing the county's 1,900 employees and implementing the Manatee Board of County Commissioners’ policy decisions.
In her new role, Christa Mannarino will raise funds, work with supports and expand JFCS’s base of support for its programs.
The gift—an undisclosed amount—will launch the Deb Kabinoff Media Center at the gardens.
The 700-acre, gated neighborhood is planned to be a "resort ranch" with 1,500 single-family homes, paired villas and townhomes.
The program helps provide employment for individuals with severe disabilities.
Focusing on small and minority-led businesses, the program is designed to assist owners with navigating resources to help their business grow.
To date, this partnership has distributed 140,000 masks, 14,500 pairs of gloves, and 1,200 bottles of hand sanitizer to 33 local organizations
The funds from the eighth annual luncheon helped fund a new bone density scanner at Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
Harshen Patel has been named vice-president of Certified Guaranty Company and Scott Heller to vice-president of sales at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
Roughly 2,700 players and coaches (plus spectators) will be in attendance.
Rae Dowling, area manager with Florida Power & Light, was honored for her development and promotion of Sarasota's business community.
This year's goal is to raise $1.6 million and reach 35,000 children in Sarasota and DeSoto counties.
The energy company says that it has strengthened the energy grid serving Sarasota and is planning multiple improvements.