+Man dies while painting Sarasota Military Academy
Witnesses found a painter pinned between a building and a machine before 10 a.m. this morning.
+Sarasota Chalk Festival to cover more ground in fewer days
This year, the Sarasota Chalk Festival will run six days from Nov. 13 through Nov. 18 on Pineapple Avenue, spanning from Orange Avenue to First Street.
+Setting the barre high
Shelby Elsbree hasn't performed in Sarasota since she was 13. The now-professional dancer is back for a one-time performance in her hometown.
+School board adopts tentative budget and millage rate
At a public hearing, the Sarasota County School Board voted to adopt its tentative 2013-14 budget and millage rate, which increased slightly over last year.
+Lennar breaks ground on Bridgewater homes
National builder Lennar held a groundbreaking ceremony last week for its new community in Lakewood Ranch.
+Longboat home sells for $6.8 million
The sale is the highest-priced single-family home sale on the island in more than two years.
+Water quality project requires tree removal
Spectrum Underground will remove four trees in Laurel Park as an unscheduled part of the Hudson Bayou water quality improvements.
+Density measure rendered useless
A referendum the town's registered voters approved in November is null and void unless the Legislature reverses its course next year.
+IN THE KITCHEN: Caragiulos
This week we went in the kitchen with co-owner Mark Caragiulo of Caragiulos for linguine fra diavolo. Get the full recipe in this week's In The Kitchen.
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12 French open house
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
12 Picture Day, Free for the kids
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
12 Children's World 50th birthday party
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
12 Dog Days of Summer Adoption Event
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Show of support
Siesta Key Hardware owners Patricia and James Hillier are bringing the island community closer together.
Southeastern Guide Dogs has announced a T-shirt design contest for its 2015 walkathon held across the state.
Growing up green
More than 80 campers experienced the beauty of nature at the S.T.E.M. Summer Camp last week in Venice.