The Academy for Brain Health and Performance and Massachusetts General Hospital will study brain health in the Florida Gulf Coast region and beyond.
Sales of new single-family homes were down by 4.1 percent in January when compared to a year prior.
Daylight Concepts, which operates in Sarasota and Venice, is expanding its service area as far south as Fort Myers.
The Education Foundation of Sarasota County recently hired Holly Gray.
The hospital was the only facility in the region to earn five stars from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
State College of Florida is offering a new two-day class that covers "breaking through the communication barriers."
CareerEdge Funders Collaborative is again partnering with four dealerships to provide a fast-track path to becoming an automotive technician.
The nonprofit's board recently added Lisa Krouse, David Sessions and Peter Soderberg.
The property includes three parcels that take up 1.3 acres.
Next month's Sarasota Tiger Bay Club luncheon will feature a panel that includes Margaret Good, Jon Thaxton and Chuck Walter.
The new hotel, Compass, will be part of the One Particular Harbour development in Bradenton.
Sarasota's Boyer & Boyer, P.A., recently hired Dominique Shephard and Slade Dukes.
Eugene Wittman of Brilliant Harvest recently became a photovoltaic associate.
Petar Sibinkic of Longboat Key Fitness recently opened a second location, Sarasota Downtown Fitness.
Impact 100 SRQ recently raised $228,000 that will be divided in two and awarded to two nonprofits this fall.
Archeologist Jeff Moates and anthropology professor Uzi Baram will discuss the topic at a Historical Society of Sarasota County event.
The City of Sarasota recently contracted with Halfacre Construction Company to replace wastewater force main piping near Gillespie Park.
New College of Florida recently hired Bill Woodson.
Bin There Dump That, a residential dumpster rental service with a presence in Sarasota and Manatee counties, is expanding into new territories throughout Florida.
The American economy added just 20,000 new jobs last month and the unemployment rate dipped to 3.8 percent.