Today's Stories: Deputies arrest robbery suspects; Tarpon Tournament ends with big catch and big donation; Town prepares beach project review; Study shows manatees are touchy-feely; Town declares impasse
Today's Stories: Alta Vista construction begins; Restaurant manager dies after beating; School Board to vote on new administrators; PHOTO GALLERY: Beads F.O.B 20th Anniversary; Sarasota County School Board to present 2013-14 budget
Today's Stories: Second suspect arrested in incest case; Scott makes stop in East County; Former Sand Cay manager guilty of grand theft, fraud; Lakewood Ranch IDA adopts FY 2014 budget
Today's Stories: City stands behind red-light cameras; expert explores Sarasota County homelessness; Preliminary city millage rate rises; PLATO sets sights on $70,000 new theater
A year-and-a-half after the first cameras were installed, Sarasota is satisfied with the effectiveness of its red-light camera program.
Some visitors to the beach voice complaints about the garbage, but county officials stand behind current cleanup procedures.
The process of repairing the grounds at Luke Wood Park has residents at nearby condominiums â€” already upset by protracted lift station construction â€” frustrated.