+Manatee superintendent announces retirement
Tim McGonegal will retire Feb. 28 for personal reasons.
+Commission discusses increase in homeless arrests
Over the past four weeks, Sarasota police have made 55 arrests in the Five Points area related to vagrancy.
+Colony decision delayed
On Sept. 24, the Town Commission will discuss an extension to re-open the Colony Beach and Tennis Resort. The current deadline is Dec. 31.
+Manatee County prepares for infrastructure improvements
Here's a look at Manatee County's FY 2012 Capital Improvement Program projects in the East County.
+Turtles leave nesting mode after record season
Sea turtles will continue to hatch in the next two months, but turtles are unlikely to lay new nests
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14 Ovation Teen Intensive Summer Camp
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
17 Grand Opening of Goodwill Manasota's Newest Store in Manatee
18 Discover DaVinci & Michelangelo "Side by Side"
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tennis pro earns honors
Palm-Aire Country Club Director of Tennis Greg High has scored big with the U.S. Professional Tennis Association.
Petruff receives service award
East County resident and local attorney Patricia Petruff, a senior partner of the Dye, Deitrich, Petruff & St. Paul law firm in Bradenton, has been awarded the 2014 William C. Grimes Award for Lifetime Achievement in Community Service.
East County resident Julie Kean recently captured this photo of two fawns resting on Legacy Boulevard, near the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club’s tennis and fitness center.