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Effort to stop garage fails

Effort to stop garage fails

October 22, 2009

In a 3-2 vote, the City Commission defeats the vice mayor’s request to kill the Palm Avenue parking garage project.

Taste of success

Taste of success

October 22, 2009

After spending thousands in a building that was later foreclosed upon, a barbecue business perseveres in a catering truck parked in an abandoned parking lot.

Commission OKs citizen panel

Commission OKs citizen panel

October 22, 2009

The City Commission axed City Manager Bob Bartolotta’s proposal to hire a consultant to investigate the police department. Commissioner Terry Turner said the move is a micromanagement of Bartolotta.

St. Martha’s students arrange awareness event

St. Martha’s students arrange awareness event

October 20, 2009

About 450 students at St. Martha’s Catholic School dressed in varying shades of pink Tuesday, Oct. 20, to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Police department consultant nixed

Police department consultant nixed

October 19, 2009

The city manager planned to hire a consultant to conduct a review of the police department’s practices, but city commissioners voted to have citizen volunteers do that job.

Students take the hand-washing challenge

Students take the hand-washing challenge

October 15, 2009

Fruitville Elementary School’s third-grade science class gets the scoop on soap versus sanitizer.

Flood of donations mean smooth sailing for Sarasota student

Flood of donations mean smooth sailing for Sarasota student

October 15, 2009

Her sailboat may have been stolen last week, but Molly McKinney will soon be back on the water again.

Police beating investigation nears end

Police beating investigation nears end

October 15, 2009

The city details the process in which the report will be released on the June videotaped kicking of a handcuffed suspect.

Lightning risk may zap holiday lights

Lightning risk may zap holiday lights

October 15, 2009

A city official recommended against a proposal intended to bring shoppers downtown after saying holiday lights at Five Points Park would increase the likelihood of lightning strikes.

College Collision

College Collision

October 15, 2009

Two-year colleges across Florida are trying to break though the education establishment. One Gulf Coast school is primed for battle.



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