United States District Judge Richard Lazzara authorized the sale of a five-acre tract of land once belonging to deceased Ponzi-schemer Arthur Nadel July 18.
Today's Stories: Caragiulo announces bid for Barbetta's seat; Food fight commences at State Street garage; Smooth waters: Joe Dobson; Reality TV star joins Sarasota Ballet
Today's Stories: Man dies while painting Sarasota Military Academy; Sarasota Chalk Festival to cover more ground in fewer days; Setting the barre high; School board adopts tentative budget and millage rate
Today's Stories: Sarasota County Schools train for emergency situations; PHOTO GALLERY: Cinderella Project Runway; Mosquito Management warns of increased threat; Board plans to buy Iwo Jima statue
Sarasota County begins crosswalk lighting installation Wednesday, July 31, in Siesta Key Village.
Today's Stories: East County gas station robbed at gunpoint; Key Club receives 30th AAA Four-Diamond Award; Sarasota Sheriff's aviators win award; Elderly woman robbed outside store
In response to tougher grading standards, a state ruling prevented several schoolsâ€™ grades from falling further than they otherwise would have.