Micah Kubic will begin the job in January, when he will replace Howard Simon, who is stepping down after more than 20 years.
Miles Iton, a New College of Florida graduate, says he faced racially motivated backlash from fellow students that shocked him.
Participants will discuss the possible extension of the Legacy Trail, whether to allow most felons who have served their time to vote and more.
Allowing felons who have served their sentences to vote in Florida elections would generate $365 million in economic impact, according to a new study.
Truvine Missionary Baptist Church, located at 1947 31st St., Sarasota, is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding this month.
More than 6 million Americans are barred from voting because of a felony conviction—including more than 1.6 million in Florida.
The Clearwater organization that led the effort collected more than 1.1 million petitions.
State Rep. Holly Raschein (R-Key Largo) is watching to see if her bill banning LGBT discrimination gets out of committee, onto the agenda and becomes law.
The extraordinary life of Sarasota resident Bernard Watson, whose role in a battle over a priceless art collection still reverberates today.
Bestselling author Kitty Kelley returns to the Women's Resource Center to discuss her new book about the March on Washington.