Chapman leads recent fundraising reporting period; Propsosed Hub Pub requires variance open; Public invited to meet deputy chief candidates
The move would mean Burns Square property owners would be taxed an additional 2 mills to fund capital improvements such as better landscaping and lighting.
Today's Stories: Deputies arrest parent for child neglect, find baby near drugs; Private push or public interest?; Vandals leave anti-Wal-Mart graffiti at shopping center; Steakburger chain makes state debut; Patron Saints: Dr. Phillip Nelson
Football fans can expect blood, sweat and a healthy dose of irony as Ringling College and New College of Florida clash in the tiebreaking game of the schools' bitter flag-football rivalry.
The Observer takes a look back at this week in Sarasota's history.
Go Fish features variety of fair-trade items; Siesta Key Salon and Spa boasts lively personality; Pecky offers unique home furnishings
Tenants at the Ringling Shopping Center discovered a vandalized truck this morning.