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Injured officer enlists some courtroom help

Injured officer enlists some courtroom help

July 21, 2011

An elbow to the face by a young man resisting arrest crushed Officer Kelvin Williams' orbital bone and put him out of action for four months.

Maximum millage rate set at 2.9249 mills

Maximum millage rate set at 2.9249 mills

July 20, 2011

The Sarasota City Commission held a budget Town Hall meeting tonight to discuss the budget with the city's residents and set a maximum millage rate.

Family Dollar store proposed near brownfield

Family Dollar store proposed near brownfield

July 20, 2011

The new retail store would be built between U.S. 301 and the Marian Anderson Brownfield in North Sarasota.

The Castaway

The Castaway

July 20, 2011

This week's Castaway cartoon.

State Street garage process moves forward

State Street garage process moves forward

July 19, 2011

Sarasota city commissioners reviewed a proposed parking garage and an affordable housing deletion request at their regular meeting Monday.

Commission discusses parking garage today

Commission discusses parking garage today

July 18, 2011

Sarasota city commissioners will review a proposed parking garage and an affordable housing deletion request at their regular meeting today.

County's finance chief resigns

July 18, 2011

After being placed on administrative leave, Jeff Seward resigns his post amid an ever-growing procurement scandal.

City eyes job and service cuts

City eyes job and service cuts

July 14, 2011

Thirteen positions are targeted for elimination, and city residents may see reductions in a host of services they once took for granted, as City Hall seeks to trim millions from its 2012 budget.

What happened to my Pelican Press?

July 14, 2011

Dear Readers: Wednesday was a big day for us. It marked the completion of the transition of the Pelican Press' ownership from Milwaukee-based Journal Community Publishing Group to our company, The Observer Group Inc.

Meet in the Middle

Meet in the Middle

July 14, 2011

Concrete medians that were meant to protect Osprey residents from heavy traffic are being fingered as culprits behind dying businesses and long waits at red lights.



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