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Colony Lender’s attempt to delay auction fails

Colony Lender’s attempt to delay auction fails

June 13, 2014

A motion to delay the auction of a bankrupt estate was denied by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May on Thursday.

PHOTO OF THE DAY: On the Bay

PHOTO OF THE DAY: On the Bay

June 12, 2014

The early morning sun shines on the waters of Longboat Key’s north end.

Florensa shares Public Works duties with Kiwanians

Florensa shares Public Works duties with Kiwanians

June 12, 2014

Juan Florensa’s department is responsible for wastewater services, the Key’s beach and maintenance of town-owned facilities.

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Andrea's

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Andrea's

June 11, 2014

This week we went in the kitchen with Andrea Bozzolo, owner of Andrea's, for a homemade ravioli dish. Get the full recipe and watch an instructional video in this week's In the Kitchen.

St. Armands stakeholders react to new events rules

St. Armands stakeholders react to new events rules

June 11, 2014

Next month, the City Commission is scheduled to consider an ordinance that regulates special events in St. Armands Circle Park. Already, it’s drawing a mixed reception.

Cygnets grow swimmingly in Bay Isles community

Cygnets grow swimmingly in Bay Isles community

June 11, 2014

Longboat Key's swan family shows no signs of shrinking after the latest generation of swans gets medical treatment and a clean bill of health from a Lakeland veterinarian in late May.

The center of the storm: a look back at the 2004 hurricane season

The center of the storm: a look back at the 2004 hurricane season

June 11, 2014

A decade ago, four storms threatened the Key in the span of 45 days. The island was spared — but Longboat might not always be so lucky.

News Briefs

News Briefs

June 11, 2014

Town's fiscal transparency tool receives more praise; Program available for evacuation assistance; Mote's turtle walks aim to educate the community

Commission will review controversial telecommunications ordinance June 16

Commission will review controversial telecommunications ordinance June 16

June 11, 2014

Town staff's latest draft of a controversial telecommunications ordinance doesn't include a category for cellular towers.

Police seek citizens' help in Jewfish case

Police seek citizens' help in Jewfish case

June 11, 2014

Surveillance video captured four suspects who broke into a Jewfish Key home but did not take anything in May.



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