+Truck drives through mangroves on Longboat Key
A white pickup truck lost control on Gulf of Mexico Drive Thursday, putting two holes in a stretch of mangroves that sit across from the town's two mobile home parks.
+CONA opposes changes to Sarasota 2050 Plan
President Lourdes Ramirez says changes to the plan could increase taxes for Sarasota County residents.
+Bay Isles home sells for $4.75 million
The two-year-old home at 560 Harbor Point Road closed today.
+Willis students duct tape principal
Students Willis Elementary School, in Lakewood Ranch, duct taped their principal and physical education teacher to the wall Wednesday.
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Mar Vista begins dock construction
Mar Vista Dockside Restaurant & Pub is on track to have a new dock by the end of October.
Aren't you barracuda?
Steven Herich, of Beach Fishing Adventures, recently caught a 30-pound, 52-inch barracuda.
Donation creates summer camp gift
A donation from St. Armands Key Lutheran Church’s senior ministry recently made it possible for 13 children to attend Dollar Dynasty’s educational summer camp.