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.
Church of the Redeemer needlepoint members meet every Thursday to beautify their church. One kneeler can take months to embroider, but the group finds the hobby relaxing.
Today's Stories: PDQ Chicken to open in Sarasota; Ringling grad launches Kickstarter campaign; Concession home sells for $2 million
This week we went in the kitchen with owner Steve Harner and Chef Mike Leopold of the Crow's Nest in Venice. Learn how to make Bouillabaise in this week's in the kitchen.