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Refocused grant program aims to better neighborhoods

Refocused grant program aims to better neighborhoods

May 21, 2014

By providing a little nudge, Manatee County hopes people will reinvest in their communities.

McNeal Elementary student wins Tropicana speech contest

McNeal Elementary student wins Tropicana speech contest

May 21, 2014

Maddy Kahler spoke about how she and her fellow cheerleaders helped a teammate battle leukemia.

Nature center will promote the environment, birding

Nature center will promote the environment, birding

May 21, 2014

The Sarasota Audubon Society has raised the money to build a $1.3 million education and visitor center on the Celery Fields off Palmer Boulevard.

News Briefs

News Briefs

May 21, 2014

Town Hall’s executive director to renew contract; National retailers to move in to University Town Center; Rick Fawley earns 2014 Tourism Outreach Award

Memorial Day parade honors fallen soldiers

Memorial Day parade honors fallen soldiers

May 21, 2014

Organizers of the ‘Tribute to Heroes’ parade expect more than 4,000 attendees this year.

Girls Academy students learn proper etiquette

Girls Academy students learn proper etiquette

May 21, 2014

After two weeks of napkin folding and proper greeting lessons taught by members of the University Park Woman’s Club, 21 girls who participated in an etiquette program have become authorities on ladylike demeanor.

Slipstream moves to F1 in Schools World Finals

Slipstream moves to F1 in Schools World Finals

May 20, 2014

F1 in Schools race team, Slipstream, clinches a spot in the World Finals in November.

Commission to discuss 2050 changes

Commission to discuss 2050 changes

May 20, 2014

Sarasota County commissioners will consider the third phase of amendments to Sarasota 2050, which includes the fiscal neutrality provision in the longterm planning document.

PHOTO GALLERY:Harvest & Harmony

PHOTO GALLERY:Harvest & Harmony

May 17, 2014

A farm-to-fork event, King Family Farm and Market hosted an all-things "Southern Living" event May 17, as the magazine's Contributing Editor Rebecca Lang demonstrated how to prepare four recipes from the magazine and her cookbook. Harvest & Harmony attendees also enjoyed music and a dinner of crops grown at the farm, prepared by Loft 5.

PHOTO GALLERY: Braden River Bluegrass Festival and Gumbo Cook-off

PHOTO GALLERY: Braden River Bluegrass Festival and Gumbo Cook-off

May 17, 2014

Linger Lodge Restaurant and Campground hosted a day of "gumbo goodness" and bluegrass tunes for its annual Braden River Bluegrass Festival and Gumbo Cook-off May 17.



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