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Traffic troubles

Traffic troubles

February 5, 2015

Traffic continues to frustrate city residents off of the mainland, but St. Armands leaders are working with city and state officials to find potential fixes.

Season hits early

Season hits early

February 5, 2015

FY 2014 was a record year for tourism in Sarasota. So far, FY 2015 is on track to be even better.

What's happening: Week of Feb. 5, 2015

What's happening: Week of Feb. 5, 2015

February 5, 2015

Ringling seeks library donations to complete library funding; Sarasota’s nerds get their revenge; SOSS2 prepares for legal action

Sarasota runners flock to half marathons

Sarasota runners flock to half marathons

February 5, 2015

A total of 7,000 runners will participate in the Sarasota Music Half Marathon and the First Watch Sarasota Half Marathon.

Code enforcement: the good, the bad, the ugly

Code enforcement: the good, the bad, the ugly

February 5, 2015

Based on an increase in call volume, the county’s code enforcement department will seek two additional administration positions to help handle violations.

Work on Lift Station 87 project could continue into 2020

Work on Lift Station 87 project could continue into 2020

February 5, 2015

Emails between engineers and city staff highlight more problems for a project plagued by setbacks.

Q+A with Carl Shoffstall

Q+A with Carl Shoffstall

February 5, 2015

Although beach renourishment has been the major headline-generator on Lido Key over the past year, life on the island is more than just worrying about the well-being of the shoreline.

Perfect pairing

Perfect pairing

February 5, 2015

Nearly 20 years ago, a gifted pair of glasses helped change Veronica Hernandez’s life, and paired her with a lifelong mentor.

Where should your flowers go?

Where should your flowers go?

February 5, 2015

A downtown group wants resident feedback as it works on installing flower baskets on light poles.

Waechter lawsuit ends in dismissal

Waechter lawsuit ends in dismissal

February 4, 2015

The Tampa division U.S. District Court of Florida filed an order today granting the motion to dismiss the case by Bob Waechter, former Sarasota GOP Chairman.



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