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Petition opposes event location

Petition opposes event location

December 20, 2012

Some residents say they want the upcoming Thunder by the Bay event moved to another location.

Street artist, MTO, reveals new mural

Street artist, MTO, reveals new mural

December 20, 2012

School Avenue's Sarasota Fight and Fitness Club is the home of MTO’s newest mural.

Birds in Paradise

Birds in Paradise

December 20, 2012

The Celery Fields' newest program attracts bird lovers.

New Gate student spreads joy

New Gate student spreads joy

December 20, 2012

Ten-year-old Aidan Pearson is collecting toys at his school to donate to patients at All Children's Hospital, in St. Petersburg.

News Briefs

News Briefs

December 20, 2012

DID board member resigns due to travel; Tony Souza elected chairman of the DSA; Sarasota holiday service impacts

Pine View student to appear on

Pine View student to appear on "Jeopardy! Teen Tournament"

December 20, 2012

Arjun Byju was selected out of a pool of 15,000 applicants to compete on the show.

PHOTO GALLERY: Santa Letters

PHOTO GALLERY: Santa Letters

December 20, 2012

During the Siesta Key Light up the Village event, the Sarasota Observer asked children to submit their letters to Santa. After publication, Observer staffers will pass the letters on to the North Pole, where Santa Claus will evaluate them with his "Naughty and Nice" list.

Dec. 19: Daily Headlines Video

Dec. 19: Daily Headlines Video

December 19, 2012

Today's Stories: Group plans tar-and-feather Walmart protest; District buys land for future stations; Workers group protests Publix; and Horseshoe Cove parades holiday cheer

Plane crashes off Lido Key

Plane crashes off Lido Key

December 19, 2012

The single occupant was transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

PHOTO GALLERY : The Polar Express visits Phillippi Shores Kindergarteners

PHOTO GALLERY : The Polar Express visits Phillippi Shores Kindergarteners

December 19, 2012

Phillippi Shores kindergartners listened to Patrick Sanders retell the Polar Express story Wednesday, Dec. 19 at the media center. Sanders dressed as the conductor and put his own twist on the story for the children. He first dressed as the conductor five years ago when his older grandson was in kindergarten. Today he continues to tell the story but now to his younger grandson’s class. “This is the best part of my Christmas,” Sanders said. “Just watching the kids faces is the best part.” The seven kindergarten classes at Phillippi Shores listened with bright wide eyes to the conductor’s tale of his first trip to the North Pole. Sanders is scheduled to retell the story at 5 other schools, Barnes & Noble and a nursing home.



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