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Twist of fate saves neighbor's home

Twist of fate saves neighbor's home

May 13, 2010

After a Palmer Ranch man took a course on fire-extinguisher use, his neighbor’s home caught on fire after a candle holder exploded.

Panel prepares final recommendations

May 13, 2010

With just one scheduled meeting left, the Police Advisory Panel is compiling its recommendations for the Sarasota Police Department. One of the most debated items is profiling in North Sarasota.

Chamber discusses triathlon at mixer

Chamber discusses triathlon at mixer

May 12, 2010

The Longboat Key, Lido Key, St. Armands Key Chamber of Commerce held its Business After Hours at Encore Motorcars of Sarasota. Chamber President, Tom Aposporos, told members that the organization's first triathlon is in the works for October.

CLASSROOM SPOTLIGHT: Julie Rohr Academy

CLASSROOM SPOTLIGHT: Julie Rohr Academy

May 12, 2010

Students at Julie Rohr Academy are gearing up for their moment in the spotlight. The school will present "The Music Man" at 7 p.m., Friday, May 21, at the Sarasota Opera House.

Group conditionally opposes parking meters

Group conditionally opposes parking meters

May 12, 2010

The Downtown Sarasota Alliance objects to metering downtown until the city develops a comprehensive parking policy.

Students bring noted American authors to life

Students bring noted American authors to life

May 11, 2010

As part of an annual project called The American Authors Breakfast Club, English 11 honors classes at Cardinal Mooney dressed as their favorite authors, prepared a table display of memorabilia from the author's life and impersonated them while explaining the display to classmates.

Unconditional Surrender deal is near

Unconditional Surrender deal is near

May 11, 2010

The controversial sculpture's owner has offered an agreement, but the city and the veteran who wants to purchase it have not yet signed off on the deal.

Video: Tennis champs come out swinging

Video: Tennis champs come out swinging

May 10, 2010

Nicholas Monroe (USA) serves the ball to Matt Reid (AUS) during the Sarasota Open USTA Mens Qualifying Singles Second Round at the Longboat Key Club and Resort Tennis Gardens.

STORE AROUND THE CORNER: The Furniture Warehouse

STORE AROUND THE CORNER: The Furniture Warehouse

May 10, 2010

In 1985, Mark Richmond had a vision: offering quality furniture, great service, discount prices and next-day delivery. Twenty-five years later, Richmond is still true to his vision.

Siesta Key Beach changes coming

Siesta Key Beach changes coming

May 10, 2010

The County Commission will consider a contract worth nearly $600,000 that will pay for 30% of the design of the Siesta Key Improvements Project.



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