The SunCoast Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers recently honored Sarasota County director of capital projects Carolyn Eastwood.
W. Theodore Etzel III of Conditioned Air recently served on a panel of judges as part of the Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition.
To create the list, researchers examined the cost of parking, sunscreen, water, fish tacos, beer, cocktails and accommodations.
Goodwill Manasota collected more than 115,000 pounds of food last year, up from 106,000 in 2017.
The Sister Cities Association of Sarasota is honoring mayors that have been instrumental in leading Sarasota's relationship with its eight sister cities.
Neal Communities recently partnered with Sarasota County to build a sidewalk on the north side of Bay Street in Osprey.
Tintometer Inc., which makes water quality and color measurement products, recently opened an expanded facility.
The top 100 hospitals were chosen from 2,752 hospitals across the country.
The Patterson Foundation recently selected Hannah Saeger Karnei as the first emerging nonprofit leader to participate in its Fellows Initiative.
The 30th edition of the U-18 Baseball World Cup will take place in Sarasota and Bradenton in September 2021.
Center for Sight is currently accepting applications for free cataract surgeries through its Mission Cataract program.
Manatee County recently selected new principals for four elementary schools.
J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp. recently began an exterior renovation project for Tencon Beach, a Longboat Key condo development built in 1978.
Gardens in Paradise, a Venice home and garden tour and more.
Sarasota Metropolis FC will be part of USL League Two.
The showroom and sales gallery for The DeMarcay recently opened at 32 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota.
The City of Sarasota will soon begin delivering new recycling carts for residents as it launches its single-stream collection service.
Chris-Craft was recently given the 2018 Marine Industry Customer Satisfaction Index Award.
The Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota County recently hired Ryan Belak and promoted Sara Olesen.
Andrew and Judith Economos recently donated $500,000 to New College of Florida to fund STEM scholarships.