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The Sarasota County School Board will meet tomorrow for the first monthly work session and board meeting of the 2013-2014 school year.
In the run up to Labor Day weekend, the Sheriffâ€™s Office is participating in a nationwide campaign against drunk drivers.
County officials will discuss controversial proposals to open Siesta Key roads
to vehicles limited to no more than 25 mph during an Aug. 20 meeting.
The latest in a series of planned downtown hotel developments, the 200-room, 18-story Embassy Suites would be built at Second Street and North Tamiami Trail.
Drilling operations have begun to install a storm water discharge pipe 2,000 feet out in the Gulf of Mexico.
After the city allowed its lease of a Burns Square parking lot to expire, business and property owners in the area are demanding a solution to parking problems.