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Homeless arrests continue

Homeless arrests continue

October 4, 2012

Police are focusing on the 'Top 20,' a group of homeless people who break the law repeatedly. Advocates for the homeless say the city's overall approach is not getting to the heart of the issue.

City moves past investigation's wake

City moves past investigation's wake

October 4, 2012

A final report is still forthcoming, but the city manager says the focus will now turn to trying to move the city ahead and tackling key issues.

City puts six parcels on the market

City puts six parcels on the market

October 4, 2012

One parcel is already under contract. City commissioners could use profits to pay down employee health-care costs.

Baltimore Orioles wager a home run

Baltimore Orioles wager a home run

October 4, 2012

The marketing contract with the major league baseball team includes free promotion in the postseason.

Chalk festival set to draw thousands

Chalk festival set to draw thousands

October 4, 2012

City commissioners approved a request to allow chalk art to stick around after the festival. But some Burns Square merchants worry that a 10-day street closure will hurt business.

The Landings Publix plans $1.5 million renovation

The Landings Publix plans $1.5 million renovation

October 4, 2012

Storeowners hope the remodeled Publix will boost business in the not-so-visible plaza.

News Briefs

News Briefs

October 4, 2012

Sarasota seeks new hire for finance post

Sarasota Military Academy raises money for wreaths

Sarasota Military Academy raises money for wreaths

October 4, 2012

The Wreaths Across America campaign hopes to place 5,000 holiday wreaths on veteran graves locally.

SIDELINES

SIDELINES

October 4, 2012

ODA prevails in OT; Lady Thunder edge past Lady Panthers; Venice High beats Sarasota and Mooney; Manta Rays swing past Cougars

Right at home: Victor Garguan

Right at home: Victor Garguan

October 4, 2012

Suncoast Polytechnical High senior Victor Garguan had never heard of rowing when he moved to the United States from Moldavia seven years ago. Garguan joined the Sarasota Scullers last fall and has become one of the organization’s most dedicated rowers.



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