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Bartolotta thinks 'ulterior motives' at work

Bartolotta thinks 'ulterior motives' at work

January 5, 2012

The Sarasota City commissioners will hold a special meeting Friday to review an investigation of three city computers, though they have not received any preliminary report.

News Briefs

News Briefs

January 5, 2012

New College notches No. 5. ranking

Delve into 12: Tom Maroney

Delve into 12: Tom Maroney

January 5, 2012

From 'wrangling' criminals in Arizona to supervising Siesta Village upkeep, Tom Maroney knows the importance of a sense of humor.

Delve into 12: Term limits

Delve into 12: Term limits

January 5, 2012

A Florida Supreme Court ruling later this year could bring faster, future turnover to the Sarasota County Commission.

Delve into 12: Cathy Antunes

Delve into 12: Cathy Antunes

January 5, 2012

From baseball to term limits, one Sarasota citizen is doing her best to keep local government responsive to the people.

Delve into 12: Marina Jack

Delve into 12: Marina Jack

January 5, 2012

A lawsuit, filed by Marina Jack to dispute a claim the restaurant owes $1.5 million in back property taxes, could be resolved in 2012.

BUSINESS OBSERVER

BUSINESS OBSERVER

January 5, 2012

Waste Pro garbage truck drivers awarded for safety; Local businessman publishes book on socialism; NBI Sun Control to donate percentage of sales; YMCA receives grant from Harry Sudakoff Foundation; SunTrust Bank hires new vice president; The Insurance Mart receives Best of Award; Half Shell Oyster House of Sarasota opening downtown; Darwin's on 4th hires brewmaster; Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota appoints new General Manager

Sarasota High Schools earn top rankings

Sarasota High Schools earn top rankings

January 4, 2012

Every high school in Sarasota County received either an A or a B ranking from the Florida Department of Education Wednesday.

Commission meets Friday to discuss audit

Commission meets Friday to discuss audit

January 4, 2012

The Sarasota City commissioners will review an investigation of three city computers at a special meeting on Friday.

Poodles brighten Anchin Pavilion Assisted Living Community

Poodles brighten Anchin Pavilion Assisted Living Community

January 4, 2012

Ben and Kiera, two miniature poodles, recently found a home at Anchin Pavilion Assisted Living Community, where they provide joy and support for residents.



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