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Siesta Key on track again to top tourist tax collections

Siesta Key on track again to top tourist tax collections

August 25, 2011

Based on figures through June, Siesta Key brought in $32,000 more in tourist tax collections than the city of Sarasota.

DID plans sidewalk-widening project

DID plans sidewalk-widening project

August 25, 2011

The Downtown Improvement District believes a Main Street sidewalk-widening project will benefit stores and create a more uniform feel to the downtown district.

New school year sees few problems on first day

New school year sees few problems on first day

August 25, 2011

Except for the minor glitches expected on any opening day of the new school year, the Sarasota County School District reported a generally smooth start Monday.

Sarasota cleanup effort underway

Sarasota cleanup effort underway

August 24, 2011

Keep Sarasota County Beautiful is ramping up its 2011 International Coastal Cleanup effort, which will be held Sept. 24.

City enhances financial transparency

City enhances financial transparency

August 23, 2011

The city of Sarasota’s Finance Department has more detailed budget information on www.sarasotagov.com.

Irene shifts path away from Key

Irene shifts path away from Key

August 23, 2011

The storm is now projected to move up the coast of the eastern United States.

COMMUNITY SPORTS TIPS: Exercising while traveling

COMMUNITY SPORTS TIPS: Exercising while traveling

August 23, 2011

This week, University Park Country Club Fitness Coordinator Jess Wilson shares tips for maintaining your workout routine while traveling.

PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences first day of school

PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences first day of school

August 22, 2011

Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences students skipped off to middle school Aug. 22.

Mote receives NOAA grant for shark fishing study

Mote receives NOAA grant for shark fishing study

August 22, 2011

The $192,000 grant will use accelerometers to study how sharks fare after they are caught and released.

UPDATE: Hudson Bayou health advisory lifted

UPDATE: Hudson Bayou health advisory lifted

August 22, 2011

The city of Sarasota has lifted a health advisory warning for Hudson Bayou after a force main break spilled sewage into the body of water last week.



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