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Island Chapel members to vote on Gill's future

Island Chapel members to vote on Gill's future

January 11, 2012

The board of trustees expressed concerns about Gill's leadership and agenda. Gill says it's more a matter of deciding the direction for the church.

Publix plans get green light

Publix plans get green light

January 11, 2012

The commission approved three outline development plans for a new Avenue of the Flowers shopping center. The new Publix store is slated to open before Christmas in 2012.

News Briefs

News Briefs

January 11, 2012

Feb. 21 deadline to register for town election; Sarasota Sheriff's Office arrests former Key resident; Commission appoints board members; Pet licenses available at Alicia's Grooming

Longboat Key Club and town to appeal writ ruling

Longboat Key Club and town to appeal writ ruling

January 11, 2012

Both the Key Club and the town will challenge a ruling that granted a writ of certiorari to IPOC and two condo associations.

Sands Point resident drops contribution complaint

Sands Point resident drops contribution complaint

January 11, 2012

Positive Change founder Rick Crawford agreed to drop his complaint and 'bury the hatchet' with Sands Point Condominium Association.

Mullet season strong, but there's a catch

Mullet season strong, but there's a catch

January 11, 2012

This year has been a good one for mullet fishermen, and, as a result, discarded fish are surfacing along local beaches.

Meetings will address Bayfront Park, town codes

Meetings will address Bayfront Park, town codes

January 11, 2012

The public is invited to three meetings in the next month that will address two issues that could impact the long-term future of Longboat Key: uses of Bayfront Park Recreation Center and the possibility of adopting stricter property maintenance codes.

Market Watch: Continuous stagnation

Market Watch: Continuous stagnation

January 11, 2012

Capital goods purchases by businesses continue to improve. That's good. Orders for consumer goods, however, remain flat. That's bad because consumer spending represents about 65% of our GDP.

St. Armands median project finished

St. Armands median project finished

January 11, 2012

Members of the St. Armands Circle Business Improvement District say they are pleased with a $450,000 Circle median project that wrapped up last month.

Rev. Pick fathers more than a congregation

Rev. Pick fathers more than a congregation

January 11, 2012

In 1978, St. Mary, Star of the Sea, Catholic Church opened the doors of its new building. But it wasn’t just the church that Rev. Edward Pick built, he also helped create the landscape.



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