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Save the Manatee
More manatees died in 2021 than in any other year on record.
Michelle Miller is currently assistant principal of Glenallen Elementary School and was named the district's 2022 Assistant Principal of the Year.
The partnership will help provide additional STEM learning opportunities for students, who build two-seat airplanes from a kit.
Scholars will have the opportunity to work in a hybrid model with BHI scientists and clinicians.
Flowers, Poetry and Light
Smith’s artistic residency will include two return visits to Selby Gardens—one in 2023 and one in 2024.
Commercial Real Estate
The purchase is an assemblage comprised of three smaller parcels.
The project has been in the works for almost 15 years.
The firm has appointed Kirk Bauer as director of sports and hired Shane Johnson as senior project manager.
Troche will serve as Sarasota’s 13th police chief and its first Hispanic chief.
The pair of eco-efficient cranes arrived at SeaPort Manatee on April 22 via trans-Atlantic vessel voyage from Germany.
The program has announced 25 inaugural fellows, each receiving up to $12,000 for experiences that are intellectually revitalizing, personally renewing, and restore a passion for teaching.
You Are Not Alone
Both South and North county locations offer wellness classes, support groups and connections to higher care through the "You Are Not Alone," or YANA, program.
More than 700 nonprofits participate in the event, which has raised more than $59 million since 2012.
Danika Smith-Josiah will provide support, training and guidance to general managers nationwide.
The existing seal dates back to the city’s incorporation in 1902.
The annual fundraiser kicks off on National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, Saturday, April 30.
The hospitality group also operates The Westin Sarasota.
Thompson says she was initially motivated to create the piece after Breonna Taylor was killed by police in 2020.
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.
Children and families are invited to join special arts and literacy events starting next week.