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+Board approves teacher pay cuts
After months of failed negotiations with the teacher's union, the school district Feb. 15 imposed
1.75% salary cut for its 2012 budget.
+Brenner lays cars on the table at forum
Vice Mayor David Brenner wouldn't bet on a millage increase. And a recent reference to casinos?
He says it’s not in the cards.
+Residents seek voice in Arts Center future
The Arts Center has a plan that could bring in a larger audience. But some Village residents feel
ignored in their own backyards.
+County commissioners rename ball field Tuesday
The Sarasota County Commission renamed a bellied and discussed maintenance and cost
provisions for Siesta Key Public Village Tuesday.
+Rays trainer works Braden River
Head athletic trainer Ron Porterfield has been working on strength and conditioning with the Pirates since October.
+Backstage Pass: Artistic Brilliance
The Ringling Museum's associate curator of European art teamed up with the Belgian city of Antwerp to pull together a fresh new exhibit on a revered old master.
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27 Thanksgiving Free Public Talk & Veggie Potluck
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
29 Light Up Siesta Village and Holiday Parade
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
30 Advent Procession
3 Rachel's Challenge Anti-Bullying Event hosted by The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The gift of music
Riverview High School received a donation of $5,000 during a break in the Kiltie Band Fall concert on Nov. 20.
Coming together for the community
All Faiths Food Bank called on volunteers to help distribute 7,000 Thanksgiving dinners Saturday.
Observer on the hunt for displays
We’re making our list of the best holiday lights displays in Sarasota and checking it twice.