Allegiant Private Advisors recently hired Melissa Walsh as a wealth advisor and promoted Carl Watkins to wealth advisor director and principal.
The Gulf Coast Community Foundation workshop will be led by Jennifer Compton, a partner at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP.
Last year, 67,000 guests stayed in Airbnb accommodations in Sarasota County, generating $13.3 million in revenue for local hosts.
The Sarasota County Commission voted unanimously on Tuesday to name Jonathan Lewis the new county administrator.
The A-Ha! Holistic Health Expo will feature doctors, nutritionists, energy experts and other health practitioners.
Monica Slater Van Buskirk recently resigned as the leader of the nonprofit after six years in the role.
The Ringling College of Lifelong Learning is holding a conference on Thursday, Feb. 1, dedicated to issue facing Baby Boomers as they prepare to retire.
J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp. last month completed a 1,800-square-foot crisis stabilization unit expansion and a 9,500-square-foot renovation of an existing unit for Centerstone.
Guillermo Gomez recently opened Martial Fusion Budo Center at 2902 Hyde Park St., Sarasota.
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate recently hired Madeline Daraio.
Noah Valenstein is delivering a talk at an Argus Foundation luncheon that runs 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 6.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of the Suncoast, Inc. recently hired Laura McManus-Mesia after a search led by MBJ Group, Inc.
Medallion Home generated $106 million in home and lot sales last year.
Gates Construction recently began site development for a new Wawa gas station and convenience store.
Elite Airways announced that is scrapping plans to offer flights between Sarasota and Pittsburgh.
Beth Green was chosen to lead a board that is raising money to build the first standalone museum dedicated to women’s sports in the country.
The grocery store chain Earth Fare is opening its new Lakewood Ranch location soon.
The city granted Brotherhood of Men Mentor Group Inc. four vacant city-owned residential properties to be rehabilitated and resold or rented.
Longtime Florida political scientist Susan MacManus is retiring from teaching at the University of South Florida.
Oak & Stone is opening a second location in St. Petersburg later this year.