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.
Pearl Homes recently hired Dahntay Jones as managing partner and vice president.
Sarasota's xG Technology, Inc., recently changed its corporate name to Vislink Technologies, Inc.
Gilbert King, author of Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys and the Dawn of a New America, will speak in Sarasota on Thursday, March 28.
A company affiliated with the law firm Berlin Patten Ebling recently purchased a multi-tenant office building in Lakewood Ranch for $3.5 million.
Net sales at PGT Innovations were up 37 percent last year over the previous year, according to new data released by the company on Wednesday.
LaShawn Frost was recently selected to serve on the board of the Arts Schools Network.
The Manatee County Commission voted Tuesday to appoint Cheri Coryea as the county's acting administrator, effective Friday, March 1.
Through the Years
Let's take a (sometimes cringey) walk down memory lane.
Our Homes 200 advertising section premiered in 1981, showcasing homes for sale at $200,000 and up (“the loftier price brackets,” explained our publisher).