Tony Phuc Ta and Tram Jennifer Ta recently purchased a 19,341-square-foot Bradenton office park.
Home2 Suites is scheduled to open in July with Stacy Royalty as general manager and Christine Moore as sales manager.
Camp Osprey, a new summer camp for kids ages 7-15, recently opened for business in Wimauma.
State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota recently hired Todd Fritch.
Sarasota was named one of America's top cities for 'downtown living' by Where to Retire magazine, which cited the city's extensive cultural offerings.
SNN's parent company recently purchased a 7,113-square-foot Sarasota office building for $925,000.
CareerEdge Funders Collaborative launched a new program to help manufacturing employees recently promoted into leadership roles.
Sarasota's 2900 Tamiami, LLC, recently purchased a 4,176-square-foot building from California's Lee-2900 Trust.
Sarasota's CAN Community Health recently hired Roger Capote, formerly of Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.
The site includes information on resources available to Florida businesses before, during and after natural disasters.
More than 33 million tourists visited the state of Florida during the first three months of this year, the most in any quarter in Florida history.
PGT Innovations recently offered a one-time stock grant that will provide 10 shares of company stock to all employees.
Sarasota County restrictions on the use of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on lawns went into effect last week.
Michael Saunders & Company recently hired Fiona Greene in its Palmer Ranch office.
A Sarasota company recently purchased an 8,220-square-foot office located at 7100 S. Beneva Road, Sarasota.
The deputy city manager in Lakeland recently accepted an offer to serve as Sarasota County's assistant county administrator.
Philanthropist Larry Greenspon recently made a major donation to the Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee.
Florida Studio Theatre recently sold two properties on Fifth Street.
The Capstone Group and Williams Parker recently entered into a long-term development project.
The panel will feature Sarasota County Tax Collector Barbara Ford-Coates, journalist Dennis Maley and activist Lourdes Ramirez.