The Riverview High volleyball team defeated Sarasota 25-10, 26-24, 25-15 Sept. 17.
Community Youth Development hosted its annual leadership breakfast to honor local leaders Wednesday, Sept. 12. This yearâ€™s honorees included former Senator, Lisa Carlton and Michael Saunders. Attendees enjoyed breakfast at the Boys and Girls Club before the honorees were recognized.
The Boys and Girls Club of Sarasota hosted a walk Saturday, Sept. 15, at Ed Smith Stadium, to raise awareness of the need for safe places for children to spend their time. The third annual walk included an appearance by the Orioles bird, and after the 3k walk, children were invited to play games on the field.
Despite rainy weather, a large crowd turned out for the final FridayFest of the season, Friday, Sept. 14, at the Van Wezel. The Bird Street Players provided live music, and multiple vendors provided food.
More than 140 people practiced yoga as they looked out on the Sarasota Bay during the first Yoga at the Ringling event Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Ca d'Zan
Tonight's games include Lakewood Ranch vs. Bayshore, Sarasota vs. North Port, and ODA at Moore Haven. Read more in our "Friday Night Clash."
A home in South Cocoanut Bayou tops all transactions in this weekâ€™s real estate. Comerica Bank sold the home at 819 Mangrove Point Road to Robert Palma, Christopher Palma and Jacqueline Palma, of St. Salonga, N.Y., for $1,065,000.