Owner Michelle Barrett recently renovated Alberti's on Main, updating the flooring, walls, cabinets and more.
Thomas Luzier recently became a partner at the Sarasota law firm Williams Parker.
The promotion is intended to encourage retail business during a typically slow month, slower than usual this year because of red tide.
Former Sarasota Herald-Tribune publisher Patrick Dorsey, meanwhile, was named publisher of the Austin American-Statesman.
Oxfam created the rankings by analyzing minimum wage policies, whether workers can take time off for sickness and pregnancy and more.
Including a half-dozen doughnut run, Solid Slab Sundays at Mr. Beery's and more.
Pip & Grow makes cardboard boxes that provide a safe place for newborns to sleep until they are 6 months old.
Tracy Pratt, Will Robinson, Margaret Good, Ray Pilon, Liv Coleman, Tommy Gregory, James Buchanan, Robert Samuel Kaplan and Tony Mowry have been invited to participate.
The Eye Associates, which has offices in Sarasota, Bradenton, Ellenton, Venice and Sun City Center, recently hired Shawn Anderson.
The Canine Club at Gillespie Park includes two separate fenced areas, dog drinking fountains and new trees, landscaping and shade structures.
Sarasota County's sustainability office is celebrating National Drive Electric Week with events on Saturday, Sept. 8, and Saturday, Sept. 15.
J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp. recently broke ground on a new 23,437-square-foot headquarters for RSP USA.
Sarasota's Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall recently hired Stephen Baker, Thomas Gravelle and Natasha Herrera.
Chris-Craft recently hired Ron Berman, who previously worked for Sea Ray.
A Sarasota company recently purchased a 14,670-square-foot retail building from Port Charlotte's Bacon Properties, LLC.
The Atlanta Braves will play their first spring training game in their new North Port stadium on Sunday, March 24, 2019.
The Community Foundation of Sarasota County announced Thursday that its next Giving Challenge event will take place in April 2020.
Jill Wine-Banks is speaking in Sarasota on Sunday, Oct. 7.
Video Renaissance, which houses a collection of more than 35,000 titles, is shutting down this Saturday.
The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index increased in August to its highest point since October 2000.