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COUNTY COMMISSION: Candidates clash over business, experience

COUNTY COMMISSION: Candidates clash over business, experience

August 19, 2010

County Commission hopeful Mark Smith alleges the county is not business-friendly and criticizes Commissioner Nora Patterson's time in office. Patterson says Smith is exaggerating.

Palm Avenue parking garage behind schedule

Palm Avenue parking garage behind schedule

August 19, 2010

Scheduling conflicts with Florida Power & Light put the Palm Avenue parking garage project two weeks behind schedule.

Police panel concerns remain unresolved

Police panel concerns remain unresolved

August 19, 2010

A meeting between Police Advisory Panel members, police department commanders and City Hall leaders did not resolve the city's objections to some of the panel's recommendations.

Rick Scott rouses supporters at Sarasota Yacht Club

Rick Scott rouses supporters at Sarasota Yacht Club

August 18, 2010

Rick Scott, Republican contender for governor, was the keynote speaker Wednesday, at the Republican Club's monthly dinner. Also speaking were Maryann Boehm and Tracy Lee, Sarasota County candidates for county judge.

Locals gather for coffee with McCollum

Locals gather for coffee with McCollum

August 18, 2010

Sarasota residents started their Wednesday morning off with free coffee and donuts, at O'Leary's, to cheer on Bill McCollum, republican candidate for governor.

CAMP SPOTLIGHT: Church of the Redeemer

CAMP SPOTLIGHT: Church of the Redeemer

August 18, 2010

The Church of the Redeemer Vacation Bible School offers attendees more than a religious education. Not only does the church offer educational lessons that teach obedience, joy, listening and baptism, but, following the lessons, children also engage in activities such as outreach projects for Haiti, puppet shows, tie-dye making, water play and even creating nativity scenes out of clay.

Burglar hits same house four times

Burglar hits same house four times

August 18, 2010

An illegal immigrant was arrested for allegedly stealing from a homeowner who hired him to paint his house.

ODA youngsters get to know each other

ODA youngsters get to know each other

August 17, 2010

In less than one week, the boys and girls who attended Out-Of-Door Academy’s Kindergarten Play Date will be meeting for class at the lower school campus. The event, organized by Lesley France and Liz Bentley, helps to prepare the little ones for their first day of school.

STORE AROUND THE CORNER: Room Feelings

STORE AROUND THE CORNER: Room Feelings

August 17, 2010

Room Feelings specializes in the planning and design of residential and commercial spaces.

Mooring field stays afloat

Mooring field stays afloat

August 17, 2010

Although more than $800,000 has already be spent on work that has barely begun, the city commission approved up to $150,000 more to find a new contractor to build Sarasota Bay's mooring field.



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