Sales of existing homes in America declined in June for the third straight month.
Manatee County Sheriff's Office Deputy Russell Younger will share tips during a free upcoming workshop for business owners.
Sarasota's annual Whiskey Obsession festival recently earned a mention in a Forbes feature on the growing industry of whiskey tourism.
Michael Saunders & Company recently hired Jillian Marie-West.
North Venice's PGT Innovations is buying the Phoenix-based company Western Window Systems from a private equity company for $360 million.
RSP USA recently hired J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp. to build a new 23,437-square-foot headquarters.
The event will feature Florida Sen. Darryl Rouson, D-St. Petersburg.
The North Port, Sarasota and Bradenton region ranked No. 12 in a list of the most unequal metropolitan areas in the country.
InStride Therapy, which offers horseback riding as a therapeutic or rehabilitative treatment, is celebrating from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 8.
The number of single-family Sarasota home sales totaled 798 in June, up 1.7 percent from the June 2017 number.
America's Housing Market Index reading is 68 this month, the same as in June. It had risen as high as 74 last December before declining.
The Veterans Florida program is intended for veterans who own their own business or who are considering starting a new business.
The garage, which will house roughly 500 spaces, will cost $13.8 million.
Phil Crocker was recently recognized for his volunteer service with BetterInvesting.
North Venice's PGT Innovations recently hired Raoul Quijada as vice president and corporate controller.
The Colorado-based supermarket chain Lucky's Market plans to open a new store in Venice within the next two years.
That's down from last year's estimated spending of $83.6 billion.
Shane Hughes, the creative director at Michael Saunders & Company, was recently named the board president of AdFed Suncoast.
A Wisconsin firm recently purchased The Point at Bella Grove, a Manatee County apartment complex, from an Atlanta company.
PINC (People, Ideas, Nature, Creativity) will return for its fifth year from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6.