The American economy added 223,000 new jobs last month, while the nation's unemployment declined from 3.9 to 3.8 percent.
Minto Communities recently selected Colliers International Group, Inc. to handle sales for its One Particular Harbour Marina.
Three Six Oh Public Relations recently hired Kate Ritz and Brittany Van Voorhees.
Annals of Medicine recently published results of a study that support the accuracy of a medical diagnostic test created by RPS Diagnostics.
Builders and North Port officials broke ground Wednesday on a new wastewater treatment plant that will serve West Villages.
Both IMG Academy in Bradenton and Sarasota High School were recognized as top high schools for young athletes.
First Watch was recently honored by Business Intelligence Group, which uses crowd-sourced research to recognize top businesses.
Sarasota's Maria Haber recently created a new map highlighting ways to get around downtown Sarasota without using a car.
Consumer confidence among Floridians increased for the second straight month in May.
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Marie Selby Botanical Gardens recently hired Wendy Deming.
The Sarasota and Bradenton markets saw 1,276 new single-family home starts in the fourth quarter of last year.
Williams Parker Harrison Dietz & Getzen recently hired Nicole Christie, Nicholas Gard and Bailey Lowther.
The Sarasota Architectural Foundation recently restored a covered walkway designed by modernist architect Paul Rudolph.
Americans will spend an estimated $5.2 billion on graduation presents for high schoolers and college students this year, according to a new survey.
New College of Florida recently hired Kristie Harris.
The winners, chosen by the Florida chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, will be announced in August.
The class will be led by Dick Martin, an author and former public relations lead at AT&T.
Michael Saunders & Company recently hired Wendy Egan in its Siesta Key office.
Sarasota trails only Miami Beach in a new ranking of American cities most at risk from climate change.