Sarasota Magazine’s fourth annual GeneroCITY celebrates the organizations that make Sarasota-Manatee one the most "giving" areas in the country.
The Sarasota County Council of Neighborhood Associations will host Sean Sellers of the Suncoast Climate Justice Coalition.
According to research by the University of Florida, grass doesn’t need to be watered as often during the cooler months.
This year's festival will be produced as a stand-alone event and incorporate International Women's Day into its programming.
Sarasota-Manatee residents of every background and religion are invited to stand with the organizations in solidarity against anti-Semitic hate crimes.
Olivia Trader, a member of the Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, will be seen playing guitar on the Girl Scouts' Tagalong boxes during the 2020 cookie season.
Mitchell Epstein's book was inspired by his time mentoring homeless youth.
All entries must be received by Jan. 17, 2020.
Benjamin Luczak will officially join the organization on Jan. 15.
HealthFit is the only certified facility in Sarasota and one of just two in the state.
Residents should begin using the new recycling carts; recyclable materials placed at curbside after Jan. 6 in the red and blue bins will no longer be collected.
All Faiths Food Bank received $80,000 from the foundation.
The center plans to invest $2 million into building a curated database of peer-reviewed science to inform decision-making in academia, government and the private sector.
Danielle Logan has 20 years of experience in domestic and international business tax provision, planning and compliance.
Huskey was previously president and CEO of Coldwell Banker.
The funds are part of an effort to encourage job creation and business investment, and to strengthen and diversify rural economies.
The company took top honors in the medical, sports and recreation, and interactive media categories.
The grant will fund improved security at four of Children First's locations.
Melissa Larkin-Skinner is a licensed mental health counselor with 25 years of experience in mental health and addiction prevention and treatment.
The services and programs will benefit city residents who are unbanked or underbanked, and underserved.