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Health Matters — Longboat Key & Sarasota

Health Matters — Longboat Key & Sarasota

December 21, 2009

Enjoy The Observer's monthly magazine insert bringing you local, health-related news you can use for people of all ages.

CRA asked to immediately fund wayfinding

CRA asked to immediately fund wayfinding

December 18, 2009

With more than $800,000 to put toward the sign system, the majority of the $1.4 million project would be funded.

Sarasota school employees collect 200 toys

Sarasota school employees collect 200 toys

December 18, 2009

The U.S. Marine Corps' Toys for Tots Program will receive about 200 toys this year from district employees.

Mattison's receives downtown residents' support

Mattison's receives downtown residents' support

December 17, 2009

Restaurant owner Paul Mattison has appealed for help after a city-code crackdown forced him to stop his live entertainment at Mattison's City Grille earlier than he's had to in seven years.

Parking future in question

Parking future in question

December 17, 2009

With parking meters out of the equation, the city's money-losing parking department faces possible elimination.

Police panel grills Chief Abbott

Police panel grills Chief Abbott

December 17, 2009

Members of the Police Advisory Panel told Police Chief Peter Abbott that the officer who kicked a handcuffed suspect had a bad attitude.

Committee approves $250,000 for arts fest

December 17, 2009

The county's Festival Steering Committee voted 5-3 to recommend that the county provide the Ringling International Arts Festival with $250,000.

Late hours could take hit

Late hours could take hit

December 17, 2009

The cheerleader for late store hours downtown, Jake's Downtown, has gone out of business, and some fear the closing could set the late-hours movement back a step.

A new generation of givers

A new generation of givers

December 17, 2009

The Suncoast Communities Blood Bank has partnered with students from Sarasota High School and the Ringling College of Art and Design to create a blood-drive campaign called Generation Give.

City accommodates Ritz-Carlton expansion

City accommodates Ritz-Carlton expansion

December 17, 2009

Zoning code would have required the hotel to eliminate some of its entryway landscaping to construct a building liner. City commissioners voted to allow it to skip that requirement.



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