The Gulf Coast Community Foundation recently hired Veronica Thames as its senior vice president for talent and innovation and chief operating officer.
Texas was ranked as the top state in which to start a business, followed by Utah, Georgia, Montana, Oklahoma and then Florida.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Enterprise Florida recently awarded a $201,500 grant to Manatee Technical College.
Researchers at Colorado State University are reducing the number of Atlantic hurricanes they are predicting for this year from seven to four.
The TV network TNT announced Monday that its show Claws, set in Manatee County, will be renewed for a third season.
Meals on Wheels of Sarasota recently added Debra Douglas, Ralph Hall and Jim Hastings to its board and named Jody Maxwell treasurer.
Super Lawyers rates attorneys from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
The Manatee County Foundation recently hired Jennifer Abbott, who previously worked at Forty Carrots Family Center.
Home sales in Sarasota County declined by 0.2 percent between May 2017 and this May, according to new statistics.
The Sarasota radio station WSRQ is changing its programming from talk radio to music beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, June 29.
New orders for American manufactured goods decreased by $1.4 billion between April and May, a decline of 0.6 percent.
Stratum Health System and Tidewell Hospice recently hired Jonathan Fleece.
Home affordability is below historic averages in both Sarasota and Manatee counties.
The City of Sarasota and the Florida Department of Transportation activated a new pedestrian crosswalk signal on U.S. 41 on Thursday.
Stantec Architecture Inc. on Tuesday broke ground on Blvd, a new condominium located in the Rosemary District.
Cynthia Saunders will serve as superintendent following Diana Greene, who was recently named superintendent in Duval County.
The money will be used to support efforts to improve infant health, address homelessness and more.
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That’s down from last year’s estimated $7.1 billion in spending, according to new survey results.