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Longboat home sells for record $12.5 million

Longboat home sells for record $12.5 million

April 22, 2011

The home at 825 Longboat Club Road sold yesterday after six months on the market.

Town Hall closing early for Good Friday

Town Hall closing early for Good Friday

April 21, 2011

The town of Longboat Key will close at noon Friday, April 22. to observe the Good Friday holiday.

'Today Show' broadcasts from Longboat Key

'Today Show' broadcasts from Longboat Key

April 20, 2011

NBC correspondent Lilia Luciano broadcast live this morning about the two British men who were murdered in Newtown.

Revitalization realization

Revitalization realization

April 20, 2011

With the Key's newly formed task force, former Mayor George Spoll hopes to spur economic revitalization on Longboat. The goal is to recapture what was lost — not attract new growth.

Murdered British men spent last days on Key

April 20, 2011

James Cooper, 25, and James Kouzaris, 24, spent the last days of their lives on Longboat Key.

Dining could reach new heights

Dining could reach new heights

April 20, 2011

If the allowable height for waterfront restaurants is increased by 5 feet, Mar Vista Dockside Restaurant & Pub could ask the town to raise its new second story by the same amount.

Nine potential Colony investors remain

Nine potential Colony investors remain

April 20, 2011

The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort unit owners will now review a list of nine development proposals more closely in the coming weeks.

Colony Association pursues foreclosure

April 20, 2011

Longtime Colony Beach & Tennis Resort owner Dr. Murray 'Murf' Klauber could lose his penthouse apartment and office if liens are not paid.

News Briefs

News Briefs

April 20, 2011

New Pass Bridge repair scheduled for this week; Firefighter seeks settlement from town; Mote Marine will hold conference on Gulf habitat

Tree trimming: too much off the top?

Tree trimming: too much off the top?

April 20, 2011

After questioning from two Sands Points residents, town planner Steve Schield ruled five ficus trees were improperly cut.



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