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From the Ground Up

From the Ground Up

September 29, 2010

The O'Brien Family Farm is readying to open to the public in about a month.

New Town Hall hours start Oct. 1

New Town Hall hours start Oct. 1

September 29, 2010

The facility now will be open five days a week, with limited hours on Fridays. Security also will be on site for after-hour activities.

Preserving Tidewater

Preserving Tidewater

September 29, 2010

Months ago, developer WCI Communities put part of the Tidewater Preserve property up for sale. It recently took it off the market, and President and CEO David Fry said WCI is committed to completing the East County community.

Business Observer 09.30.10

Business Observer 09.30.10

September 29, 2010

Marianne LeBar, a Realtor with Michael Saunders & Company, has been awarded the Performance Management Network Designation by the Women's Council of Realtors.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Curious Crane

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Curious Crane

September 28, 2010

This curious sandhill crane greeted motorists as they filled up at the Mobil gas station in Lakewood Ranch Sept. 24.

LECOM to increase class size

LECOM to increase class size

September 27, 2010

Staring in the fall of 2011, the East County medical school will have more than 30 additional medical student spots available.

Gullett families spend day on the green

Gullett families spend day on the green

September 27, 2010

Families from Gullett Elementary School headed to the University Park Country Club Sept. 25 for the school's annual Neal Communities Golf Challenge. Participants enjoyed an afternoon of golf before a buffet-style dinner and silent auction.

Witt families enjoy Sock Hop

Witt families enjoy Sock Hop

September 25, 2010

Students and families at Gene Witt Elementary School twisted the night away at the school's 11th annual Welcome Back Sock Hop. Guests enjoyed pizza and other refreshments, dancing and hula-hoop and other contests.

Progressive dinner offers taste of world cuisine

Progressive dinner offers taste of world cuisine

September 24, 2010

Sixty East County residents made their way down Lakewood Ranch Main Street during the Around the World Progressive Dinner Sept. 24. With stops at five Main Street eateries, guests enjoyed samples of foods from all over the world, including Scotland, Argentina and France.

WEEKEND BEST BET: Progressive Dinner

WEEKEND BEST BET: Progressive Dinner

September 24, 2010

East County residents can get a sample of cuisines worldwide at a special Progressive Dinner event on Lakewood Ranch Main Street tonight.



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