+Deputies arrest parent for child neglect, find baby near drugs
The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office charged a woman with child neglect after finding her passed out next to her 5-month-old son, who has Down syndrome.
+Private push or public interest?
Residents Larry Grossman and Gene Jaleski are as active as ever at Town Hall. Their presence is prompting questions about how much staff time should be used to handle their requests.
+Vandals leave anti-Wal-Mart graffiti at shopping center
Tenants at the Ringling Shopping Center discovered a vandalized truck this morning.
+Steakburger chain makes state debut
Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers will move into an empty Arby’s building.
+Patron Saints: Dr. Phillip Nelson
Dr. Phillip Nelson moved to The Glenridge on Palmer Ranch retirement community about a decade ago.
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23 Sunset Dinner Cruise with the Sarasota Singles Society
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
27 Blanche & Baby Jane Drag Queen Bingo
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
29 Basic Obedience 1 - K9 Training Course
30 Laughter Yoga Leader Certification Training
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tw-Ice as Nice
Bob’s Boathouse hosted an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and fundraiser event Tuesday.
Mazel tov to Klauber and Mancini
The West Coast Florida Region of AJC (American Jewish Committee) will honor Michael Klauber and Phil Mancini, of Michael’s On East, with its Civic Achievement Award in November.
Every dog has its day
Consulate Health Care of Sarasota’s beloved service dog, Danielle, retires after providing five years of therapy to the residents and patients at Consulate.