Today's stories: Professional mime group proclaims 'silence is golden'; SMR adds 'green' to its portfolio; Colony to be demolished; Swan, peacock hybrid ruffles residents' feathers; Adult bookstore has city turning pages
Sports Page seeks a new downtown home while the Living Walls owner will retire.
Sarasota County Superintendant of Schools Lori White picks former Phoenix Academy Director Edwina Oliver as principal of Oak Park.
The automatic federal spending cuts will require nearly $40,000 of additional spending from bed tax revenues to replace bond subsidies.
Silence is Golden Theatre, the non-profit educational and performing-mime group, plans to open in early November.
Following a 3-2 vote last month, which denied a 98,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter in the Ringling Shopping Center, city commissioners are now considering a proposal for a new tenant: Hardbound, a fast-growing Tampa Bay adult-bookstore chain.
Awards continue to role in for Siesta Key beach; Algae tax causes a 'stink' from community members; Tightrope walker's career hits new heights