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New Gulf Gate Library plans in the works

New Gulf Gate Library plans in the works

February 10, 2012

Gulf Gate residents are encouraged to attend a Feb. 23 workshop to discuss what they want for a new library coming to the area.

Sarasota County seeks medical board volunteers

Sarasota County seeks medical board volunteers

February 10, 2012

An emergency medical services district advisory board is seeking seven volunteers that live in Sarasota County.

FEB. 9: Daily Headlines Video

FEB. 9: Daily Headlines Video

February 9, 2012

Join us as we observe and report today's stories from Longboat Key, East County, Sarasota, and Siesta Key.

Man arrested for murder

Man arrested for murder

February 9, 2012

A man has been arrested for killing a Sarasota man during a botched robbery in January.

St. Armands, hospital could see meters

St. Armands, hospital could see meters

February 9, 2012

With parking meters operational downtown, city staff will explore the idea of meters for St. Armands and Sarasota Memorial Hospital.

New College president to retire

New College president to retire

February 9, 2012

Dr. Gordon 'Mike' Michalson says he hopes to spend more time with his family after he retires from the school in July.

DID approves $1.9 million project

DID approves $1.9 million project

February 9, 2012

The Downtown Improvement District has approved a Main Street project that it intends to fund with a 20-year bond.

Energy Economic Zone program parameters set

Energy Economic Zone program parameters set

February 9, 2012

After spending more than two hours Wednesday in discussions about a controversial economic pilot program, the Sarasota County Commission voted 4-1 in favor of changes in the proposed ordinance for the program and asked staff to return with the document for another public hearing Feb. 22.

Symposium focuses on research treatment

Symposium focuses on research treatment

February 9, 2012

The 15th annual Suncoast Parkinson’s Disease Symposium, held Feb. 4, drew nearly 1,000 patients, caregivers and physicians, who came to learn about the latest advances in Parkinson’s studies and treatments.

City commission combats graffiti

City commission combats graffiti

February 9, 2012

The Sarasota City Commission agreed at its Monday, Feb. 6 regular meeting the city would work to wipe graffiti clean from city buildings in a more efficient manner in the future.



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