+ Gallons of sewage leak from Lift Station 7
City of Sarasota Utilities Department Crews responded Thursday to a sewage leak near Lift Station 7 along the Hudson Bayou.
+City hires dinance director
John Lege III, the current finance director in Ocala, starts Feb. 4.
+Court denies negligence in Chen death
The Sarasota County Attorney's Office said the Sheriff's Office is not liable for the death of Siesta Key resident Donna Chen.
+ Colony submits settlement updates
The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort Association has submitted a $50,000 cash bond to the town of Longboat Key as it works through settlement negotions for three acres of property.
+ Feeding your New Year's resolution
As we say hello to 2013, many of us are also welcoming New Year's resolutions of health and happiness.
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26 Welsh Society Annual Picnic
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
26 5th Annual Grand Bar-B-Q for InStride
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
27 A Garden Party Luncheon and Fashion Show
11:30 am - 6:00 am
27 Introduction to Judaism Facilitated by Rabbi Huntting
On Saturday Phillippi Shores Elementary fourth-grader Mickeyshane McGetrick invited friends and classmates to help kick off his class project to clean up Turtle Beach.
Only 9 days left to vote for your favorite 'It's Read Everywhere' photo!
Voting is now live for the Observer's 'It’s Read Everywhere' photo contest.
School of rock
Fans cheered on their favorite bands Saturday at Rock for a Cause.