Real Estate

Sarasota Housing Market Ranked No. 3 in U.S. in New Wall Street Journal Report

Outdoor lifestyle and a good job market kept the Sarasota metro area near the top three of the emerging housing markets index.

04/27/2022 By Kim Doleatto

Q & A

A Local Ukrainian Shares Her Thoughts on The Russian Invasion

Halyna Kovalyshin, originally from western Ukraine, says she's happy to see Ukrainians unite.

03/08/2022 By Kim Doleatto

Painting the Town Red

Bigwig Right-Wing Activists and Influencers Have Discovered Sarasota

Sarasota-Manatee has emerged as a hub for major players in the new conservative movement.

03/01/2022 By Staff

International Conflict

Local Ukrainians Share Their Opinions on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

A community rally and concert this weekend in North Port aim to promote solidarity and raise funds.

02/25/2022 By Kim Doleatto

Real Estate

Sarasota Housing Market Ranked No. 2 in New Wall Street Journal Report

Lifestyle and options to remote work remotely are a major driver behind the influx of new residents.

01/27/2022 By Staff

Expansions

Child Protection Center Is Expanding in South County

The CPC has purchased a new building to meet increasing need for its services.

01/13/2022 By Staff

Data

North Port, Sarasota, Bradenton Ranked Among Nation's Top 'Growth Cities'

North Port was fourth and Sarasota-Bradenton was 10th on a list of 25 growing cities analyzed by U-Haul.

01/06/2022 By Staff

Good Deeds

Price Creek Dentistry to Host Veteran’s Free Dentistry Day

Cleaning and fillings will be provided per patient between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. at 1500 Price Creek Way in North Port.

10/20/2021 By Staff

Government

North Port Receives $1.69 Million Florida Job Growth Grant

The funding will be used for the installation of water and wastewater infrastructure across 500 acres at the Panacea Activity Center.

10/15/2021 By Staff

Nature

Free Admission to Warm Mineral Springs Offered Saturday

Florida's only natural warm spring is free for all Sarasota County residents from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

08/13/2021 By Staff

Elections

Deadline to Request Vote-by-Mail Ballot for North Port, Holiday Park Elections Is Feb. 27

The election will be held on March 9.

02/25/2021 By Staff

Elections

Vote-by-Mail Ballots Scheduled for Mail to City of North Port, Holiday Park Voters

The City of North Port will be electing a city commissioner on March 9, and the Holiday Park district will see a race for Board of Trustees Seat 4.

01/26/2021 By Staff

Football

Billy Huthman Named Head Football Coach at North Port High School

Huthman was the North Port Bobcats; assistant football coach during the 2019-20 season and was responsible for quarterbacks and special teams.

12/27/2019 By Staff

Green party

New North Port Farmers' Market Kicks Off Wednesday

The list of vendors includes a number of names familiar from other local farmers' markets, like Maggie's Seafood, Mr. Fun Guy, Fermentlicious and more.

09/30/2019 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Killing It

Emanne Beasha Wins the Golden Buzzer on America's Got Talent

The 10-year-old opera singer from North Port gets the Golden Buzzer from guest judge Jay Leno in the Judges' Cut round of the show.

08/12/2019 By Olivia Letts

Class and Sass

Emanne Beasha Lights Up the Stage on America's Got Talent

Ten-year-old opera singer and North Port resident Emanne Beasha is the sweetest "diva" you'll ever meet.

07/25/2019 By Olivia Letts

Real estate

North Port Real Estate Summit Returns Nov. 9

The goal of the event is to bring together commercial real estate professionals, community leaders and business owners to discuss the city's growth.

10/24/2018 By Staff

Mr. Chatterbox

Our Humor Columnist Gives North Port Some Love

The city has finally come into its own.

09/26/2018 By Robert Plunket

Philanthropy

Former North Port Mayor Named President of National Civility Nonprofit

Jacqueline Moore was recently elected president of the Civility Center's board of directors.

08/01/2018 By Staff

History

North Port May Finally Be Taking Steps to Limit Damage to Prehistoric Sites

For decades, the city of North Port allowed damage to occur to these sites. But things may be changing now, thanks to an ordinary-looking marsh and a small group of activists.

06/25/2018 By Brad Edmondson