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.
Sarasotaâ€™s unfunded pension obligations are widely acknowledged as a serious issue that needs to be addressed â€” so why isnâ€™t more being done?
Since April, the Sarasota Police Department has been stationing unoccupied vehicles around town
in an attempt to prevent criminal activity in the area.
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DNA samples extracted from the exhumed bodies of two suspects in a 1959 murder case fails to match killerâ€™s profile.
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