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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.

PHOTO GALLERY: Spiral Style Dance Party

PHOTO GALLERY: Spiral Style Dance Party

August 20, 2011

The Urban Spiral Dance Company invaded G.WIZ Saturday, Aug. 20 to present a “Spiral Style Dance Party.” The performers and choreographers taught kids and even a few adults how to hula hoop and break dance.

Local skiers place at national tournament

Local skiers place at national tournament

August 19, 2011

Three members of the Sarasota Ski a Rees Water Ski Show Team competed and placed at the 37th Division 1 Show Ski National Championship Aug. 12 to Aug. 14 in Janesville, Wis.

School zones to be heavily patrolled

School zones to be heavily patrolled

August 19, 2011

The Sarasota Police Department and Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office will be closely monitoring all school zones on the first day of school — Monday, Aug. 22.

Sarasota woman killed in accident

Sarasota woman killed in accident

August 19, 2011

Joan Gootjes Rhoat, 51, died in an accident with a mack truck yesterday.

Nurse and patient are all smiles at reunion

Nurse and patient are all smiles at reunion

August 18, 2011

Four years ago, Linda and Larry Keefe were walking their dogs in downtown Sarasota when a drunk driver lost control of her vehicle.

Town schedules joint meeting with Sarasota County

Town schedules joint meeting with Sarasota County

August 18, 2011

The Longboat Key Town Commission will meet with the Sarasota County Commission in November.

Planning board approves Walmart

Planning board approves Walmart

August 18, 2011

The city’s Planning Board unanimously approved last week a proposed ‘neighborhood market’ Walmart for the North Trail.

Future charter schools may receive less district money

Future charter schools may receive less district money

August 18, 2011

The Sarasota County School Board plans a more detailed look at its funding stream for charter schools, with an eye toward reducing allocations for new schools.



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