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Aging equipment causes more fountain closures

Aging equipment causes more fountain closures

July 17, 2014

Keeping the Steigerwaldt-Jockey Children’s Fountain open regularly is becoming a bigger challenge for the city.

Park improvements to preserve a legacy

Park improvements to preserve a legacy

July 17, 2014

Ernest Werlin has donated $125,000 to improve and maintain Causeway Park, which he hopes to have renamed to honor his wife, Eloise Werlin.

Wallenda hits hurdle in plans for training center

Wallenda hits hurdle in plans for training center

July 16, 2014

After a disappointing hearing in front of the Sarasota County Board of Zoning Appeals Monday, "King of the High Wire" Nik Wallenda's plans for a training center in his hometown are on the line.

Elected mayor campaign admits defeat

Elected mayor campaign admits defeat

July 16, 2014

Although the group failed to get a referendum on this year’s ballot, It’s Time Sarasota is preparing for a 2016 campaign for a new city charter and "strong" mayor.

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Primo! Ristorante

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Primo! Ristorante

July 16, 2014

This week we went in the kitchen with Maurizio Colucci, owner and chef of Primo! Ristorante, while he prepares risotto alla parmigiana with braised beef short ribs. Get the recipe and watch an instructional video in this week's "In the Kitchen."

VIDEO: Engineers refine Lift Station 87 design

VIDEO: Engineers refine Lift Station 87 design

July 15, 2014

The firm in charge of the oft-troubled city of Sarasota wastewater facility project has chosen mission style architecture reminiscent of historical Sarasota buildings.

Sarasota Memorial Hospital ranked in top 50 nationwide

Sarasota Memorial Hospital ranked in top 50 nationwide

July 15, 2014

A list from the US News & World Report put Sarasota Memorial Hospital 30th for best gynecological care and a high performer in eight specialties out of 5,000 hospitals surveyed.

Business owners threatened with loss of patronage over campaign sign

Business owners threatened with loss of patronage over campaign sign

July 14, 2014

A Siesta Key business was threatened with losing customers because of campaign signs for Lourdes Ramirez.

Sarasota Police Department loses accreditation

Sarasota Police Department loses accreditation

July 14, 2014

The Sarasota Police Department announced today that it withdrew from an accreditation process last month after discovering past compliance issues.

Bowl with chicken's head, feathers found on Swift Road

Bowl with chicken's head, feathers found on Swift Road

July 14, 2014

The Sarasota County Sheriff's office have reopened Swift Road near Grand Cayman after investigating a suspicious object found in the street.



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