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No charges filed in alleged police brutality case

No charges filed in alleged police brutality case

September 2, 2009

The State Attorney’s Office decided Sept. 2 not to file battery charges against the Sarasota police officer who was videotaped kicking a handcuffed suspect June 26.

Bijou Café owner seeks streetscape upgrade

Bijou Café owner seeks streetscape upgrade

September 1, 2009

Saying he feels the city has ignored his requests for improvements, the owner of Bijou Café said he will work with the Downtown Improvement District to upgrade his part of First Street.

City Commission to vote on paid parking details

City Commission to vote on paid parking details

August 31, 2009

Their vague vote to approve meters Aug. 17 caused so much confusion in City Hall that city commissioners will be asked next week to vote again on the paid-parking program. One option they’ll have is to delay the program until next year.

The Columbia's 12th annual Community Harvest begins Sept. 1

The Columbia's 12th annual Community Harvest begins Sept. 1

August 31, 2009

During the month of September, The Columbia Restaurant will donate 5% of each check to one of 15 charities of the customer’s choice.

Mobile cafe reaches new heights

Mobile cafe reaches new heights

August 31, 2009

Java Dawg's double-decker-bus-turned-mobile-cafe made its debut at Saturday's Downtown Farmer's Market.

Land deal closes for new Publix

Land deal closes for new Publix

August 31, 2009

Lawyers for Publix Super Markets Inc. closed today on the purchase of the former Sarasota Herald-Tribune building at Tamiami Trail and Bay Street.

SYC Topping Off party

SYC Topping Off party

August 28, 2009

Sarasota Yacht Club guides members and guests through the future yacht club building and showcases what's to come.

Art gallery owner charged with theft

Art gallery owner charged with theft

August 28, 2009

Robert Preiss, owner of R&R Bond Gallery, on St. Armands Circle, was arrested after he allegedly failed to pay the owners of artwork sold on consignment.

Leaking ice machine shuts down county phones

Leaking ice machine shuts down county phones

August 28, 2009

Eight county offices, including the sheriff’s office, is without phone service until at least the early afternoon Friday, Aug. 28. Emergency 911 service is not affected.

Historical Society appoints new executive director

Historical Society appoints new executive director

August 28, 2009

On Wednesday, Aug. 26, The Historical Society of Sarasota County’s board of directors appointed Arnold Berns as executive director.



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