Today's Stories: Young advocates find collective voice; Rick Mills selected as superintendent of Manatee County Schools; Entrepreneur Jesse Biter invests in downtown; Unfiltered Nature: Virginia Hoffman
The 10,879-square-foot Indian Beach neighborhood waterfront home listed for sale picked up press in the Wall Street Journal.
A recently formed youth advisory group has gained politicians' attention.
Paint chips, zoning and the definition of a 'department store' were the debate topics during the first round of the appeal.
If the deal for an acre of land on Second Street goes through, it would become Jesse Biter's fourth major downtown property investment in the last two years.
Sarasota City Commission hopefuls discussed growth, homelessness and the city budget during a Feb. 19 forum with the Arlington Park Neighborhood Association.
Commissioners deny Foxfire Golf Course re-zone