IberiaBank recently hired Kimberly Hopper and Brad Severson.
Jacksonville's GreenPointe Communities is breaking ground this week on Quay Sarasota.
The four-story garage will include 503 parking spaces.
Keller Williams on the Water Sarasota recently launched KW Business Brokers.
Neal Communities recently hired Christine McKelvey and Lara Bommersheim.
City of Sarasota voters will choose this November whether to move City Commission elections to coincide with federal, state, county and district elections.
Cardiologist and medical educator Joel Morganroth, M.D., recently joined the Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
NextEra Energy, Inc., the Jupiter Beach-based parent company of Florida Power & Light, is purchasing Gulf Power and Florida City Gas.
The Florida Gulf Coast chapter of the American Institute of Architects is hosting its biennial Sarasota Design Conference June 7-10.
Sarasota's Hall Architects was recently named to the University of Florida’s 2018 Gator100 for the second consecutive year.
Habitat for Humanity Sarasota, Inc. recently launched a capital campaign to fund construction of 40 homes over three years.
Real estate attorney Mallory Moretti recently joined Sarasota's Berlin Patten Ebling.
Jon F. Swift Construction recently began work on a new 16,000-square-foot cafeteria and auditorium at Brentwood Elementary School.
The number of births in America hit a 30-year-low in 2017.
The Gulfcoast South Area Health Education Center is offering training for medical interpreters.
Brittany Zachos, the lead designer on HGTV’s Property Brothers, is launching a new Sarasota business with her father and brother.
Allowing felons who have served their sentences to vote in Florida elections would generate $365 million in economic impact, according to a new study.
Gina Ford and Susannah Ross of Sasaki will discuss the current draft master plan during three presentations next week.
The new roundabout at the intersection of Orange Avenue and Ringling Boulevard in Sarasota opened to traffic on Wednesday.
A nonprofit that works with students with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities recently hired Donna Leigh-Estes.