Additional $100,000 contributions will be made each time the community raises $500,000 to support people on the verge of homelessness.
Carter brings more than 22 years of nonprofit experience.
The new name is the Commercial Real Estate Alliance.
The challenge was to match donations up to $50,000 made in 50 days to recognize the 50th anniversary of the organization.
Fishkind will provide insights on local, regional and national economic trends.
Michael Gallen will lead the Manatee County Clerk of Court’s strategic and tactical legal initiatives.
The appointment comes as the School Board unanimously voted toapprove a mutual separation with current superintendent Todd Bowden.
The Venice-based drinkware manufacturer joins more than 80 companies, including Mastercard, National Geographic, UPS and L’Oréal.
Ben Jewell-Plocher will be responsible for creating, developing, evaluating and implementing all education programs offered by Embracing Our Differences.
The grant supports Coastal Behavioral Healthcare's Compass Center, which provides treatment for boys and girls ages 13-17 with substance abuse and mental health disorders.
"Free Dentistry Day" is a day dedicated to providing free dental care to the approximately 108 million Americans without dental insurance.
The rebrand coincides with the firm's 40th anniversary.
The Citizens’ Academy is an opportunity for participants to see how municipal government operates through interactive learning sessions, with different City departments featured each week.
The 2020 season will mark the Orioles’ 11th consecutive Spring Training season in Sarasota and the club’s 10th at renovated Ed Smith Stadium.
They include our director of marketing Julia Heide.
The merger means the combined company will own more than 260 local newspapers, including the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
JBCC Development bought a portion of the Kennel Club’s parking lot for $1.5 million.
The Sarasota County Democratic Party, Sarasota Democratic Black Caucus and Sarasota Democratic Hispanic Caucus are calling on county commissioners to move away from the plan.
Twila Adams is a U.S. Army veteran, tennis player and motivational speaker.
The endowment is funded by more than $100,000 in private gifts and pledges from 35 donors.