One of Sarasotaâ€™s major legislative priorities was support for the repeal of Florida's Stand Your Ground law, but commissioners contend thatâ€™s not for what they voted.
McKim and Creed, the new engineering firm in charge of work at Lift Station 87, hosted a forum last Thursday for residents, whose faith in the project is shaken.
A Palm Avenue merchant wants signs to direct downtown pedestrians to businesses off of Main Street, but similar efforts have historically hit a roadblock.
A growing community of Sarasota electric-car advocates sees a National Plug-In Day event as an opportunity to break down misconceptions about the environmentally friendly vehicles.
Tourists and local business owners reflect on the three days of rain in Sarasota.
Some condominium owners are asking to be included in the DID, with the tax revenue going toward additional security to improve safety and cleanliness within the downtown area.
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