The new hires represent $935 million in client assets.
Welch has been with FCCI since 1998.
As cases of COVID-19 increase, SunCoast Blood Centers needs plasma from those recovered and free of symptoms for 14 days.
The clinic is contacting clients who may have been exposed so they can watch for symptoms and get tested. It will reopen July 10 by appointment only.
The company will open a dedicated year-round, indoor learn-to-swim facility.
Colonneso will serve as a member of the executive committee, formulate and prepare future programs for implementation and serve as chair of the strategic planning committee, among other roles and responsibilities.
DOH Sarasota will have 100 COVID-19 tests available for this one-day, four-hour testing opportunity. Appointments are required as demand is high.
The emergency order again strongly urges the public to wear protective masks when leaving home.
The hospital says the changes are part of its ongoing effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and safeguard the health of patients, staff and the community.
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The new law raises the minimum base pay for full-time classroom teachers to $47,500.
The $20,000 grant will help fund All Star’s education, therapeutic and clinical initiatives.
There are currently 19.5 million Americans collecting unemployment benefits.
The “Mask Mobile,” a city vehicle with a white surgical mask across the front grill, can also be found around town to promote mask usage in public.
More than 400 students received funding from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.
The downtown location is the owners' third in Sarasota.
The food bank has secured extra emergency supplies and leased additional warehouse space to store emergency meal boxes for deployment in the event of a major storm.
Other Founders Club builders include Anchor Builders, Arthur Rutenberg-Nelson Homes and Lee Wetherington Homes.
Solar United Neighbors will use the $30,000 grant to launch two new residential solar co-ops
The funds will be used to meet the rising local demand for food and resources due to the COVID-19 pandemic.