Winners will be honored Friday, June 3.
The nonprofit provides educational programs and promotes civic integration for Latinos in Sarasota and Manatee counties.
Total Quality Logistics says it will create 100 new Sarasota jobs by 2020.
Architect JB Taylor and his wife, artist Sarah Taylor, have partnered to create Taylor Studios, Inc.
The mounts enhance GoPro usability and potential by providing as many as seven charges or powering up to four cameras at a time.
The event is free for business owners and Sarasota-Manatee Manufacturers Association members.
The class members will take part in a two-month leadership development program led by faculty from the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development.
Dr. Lisa Merritt was recently selected to receive the 'True North Toward Health Care Equity: Clinical, Policy and Social Determinants' award.
The Sarasota nonprofit iTNSunCoast offered 830 rides in the month of March.
During April, Mote researchers are using seine nets to catch and release fish throughout the county’s largest canal system, which drains into Phillippi Creek.
A recent report by the research firm CoreLogic found a 37.6 percent drop in Florida's foreclosure inventory in just one year.
The Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness found a 22.5 percent increase in the number of homeless residents in Sarasota and Manatee counties.
David Carey joined the company in 2014 as the director of accounting.
Guest speaker Lori Davis will offer a presentation on 'How to be Stunning, Funny & Thrive.'
During her three decades in real estate, Debbie Gericke has overseen more than $1 billion in sales.
A mid-Sarasota hotel sells for $6.5 million and a 185-unit storage facility goes for $1.7 million.
A Harvest House property receives fencing, Jewish Federation women give $40,000 and more examples of local businesses and nonprofits giving back.
Music festival? Food festival? Beer festival? Why not all three?
The Suncoast Technology Forum lunch runs 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, at Polo Grill and Bar,
Kelly King Baldwin was among 400 young real estate professionals that a panel of judges narrowed down to 50 finalists and then to 30 winners.