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News Briefs

July 24, 2014

City of Sarasota named among top small towns for luxury homebuyers; Visit Sarasota County announces new locations; City withdraws from shelter conversation; Planning Commission to consider 2050 tweaks

School District's millage rate falls for the first time in three years

School District's millage rate falls for the first time in three years

July 24, 2014

Although the Sarasota County School District’s millage rate is proposed to be reduced this year, its revenues are still projected to increase because of rising property values.

Hidden Gem

Hidden Gem

July 24, 2014

Sarasota’s North Trail is a popular subject in the news, however, it is the residential neighborhood of Indian Beach/Sapphire Shores that steals the hearts of visitors and residents.

New developer sees promise in Sarasota housing market

New developer sees promise in Sarasota housing market

July 24, 2014

Louisiana-based developer Level Homes has acquired property in Golden Gate Point and Indian Beach/Sapphire Shores.

Call me crazy

Call me crazy

July 24, 2014

Sandor Jakovics and Krisztina Ihaszy plan to play badminton for 34 straight hours — a world record.

Bayfront aquarium plan makes public debut

Bayfront aquarium plan makes public debut

July 24, 2014

The group behind a leaked proposal for city-owned waterfront land hopes to reshape public perception of its plans.

VIDEO: Woman turns childhood fantasy into a business

VIDEO: Woman turns childhood fantasy into a business

July 24, 2014

The idea for Jade Morgan’s business took shape after she made a mermaid tail as a costume for her daughter.

Circle events ordinance remains in design stage

Circle events ordinance remains in design stage

July 24, 2014

City staff will continue working on a long-awaited ordinance managing special events at St. Armands Circle Park, but commissioners signaled their support for several requests from Circle stakeholders.

PHOTO GALLERY: Selby Sunsets

PHOTO GALLERY: Selby Sunsets

July 23, 2014

Families spent their evening together at Selby Sunset Wednesday, July 23, at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. The gardens extended its hours for families to play on the lawn, explore the mangrove trail and watch the sunset. Attendees were able to bring their own picnic dinners.

Habitat for Humanity receives grant from Bank of America

Habitat for Humanity receives grant from Bank of America

July 23, 2014

The grant will help the nonprofit purchase a cargo van that will help deliver tools, supplies and construction materials used to build homes for Sarasota families in need.



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