Meet and Greet
Buchanan’s field representative, Gary Tibbetts, will be available to meet with area residents in April.
Robertson wants to help affected veterans—who may have hearing loss, tinnitus or loss of balance as a result of using the faulty earplugs—file individual claims against the manufacturer to recover damages.
With approximately $4.5 billion in sales volume, Premier Sotheby’s International Realty achieved more than 6,400 closed transactions in 2018 at an average sale price of $660,650.
The new facility is projected to open in the fall of 2021.
Attendees will hear presentations by four pioneering physicians.
Gotcha's service area now includes South Lido and Mote Marine Laboratory.
The Team Tony Cancer Foundation recently unveiled its new Cancer Connection Center at 3562 S. Osprey Ave., Sarasota.
Architect Paul Rudolph’s internationally acclaimed Umbrella House recently earned the honor.
The system will be charged by an existing solar power plant in Manatee County.
Wilde Jaguar Sarasota recently received the award from Jaguar Clubs of North America.
The nonprofit that is working to build The Bay recently elected three new members to its board: Carlos de Quesada, Rod Hershberger and Emily Walsh.
The number of new residential construction projects begun in the U.S. declined by 8.7 percent between January and February.
Brian Craft most recently served as director of marketing and outreach at the Manatee Performing Arts Center.
The study also found that only half of children between ages 8 and 15 with a mental health condition received mental health services.
PGT Innovations recently hired Sherri Baker as senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Michael Saunders & Company recently hired Aaron Corr.
Bruce Rodgers, the founding executive director of The Hermitage Artist Retreat, will step down at the end of the year.
The Education Foundation of Sarasota County recently hired Earl Young Jr. as its associate director of education investments.
The vice president of Phillips Collection will outline current trends in furniture and design at a free seminar on Friday, March 29.
Property owners interested in making improvements or restorations to their buildings could be eligible for a portion of $200,000 in funding.