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Park to receive playground

Park to receive playground

June 23, 2011

The city revealed details of a playground that will be nearly an acre in size at the underutilized Payne Park.

Public given access to city leaders' e-mail

Public given access to city leaders' e-mail

June 22, 2011

Citizens can get insight into commissioners' and charter officials' thoughts by reading their public e-mails.

Tourism leader picked as town hall chair

Tourism leader picked as town hall chair

June 21, 2011

The Ringling College Library Association chose Stephanie Grosskreutz, managing director of the Sarasota Convention and Visitors Bureau, as chairwoman for its Town Hall 2013.

Protests over pensions, homeless dominate meeting

Protests over pensions, homeless dominate meeting

June 21, 2011

The Sarasota City Commission meeting heard union members objecting to pension cuts and homeless advocates protesting measures they believe are unfairly targeting transients downtown.

Sarasota residents push to end homeless feedings

Sarasota residents push to end homeless feedings

June 20, 2011

A petition to tighten restrictions against feeding homeless people in Selby Five Points Park is one of several items up for discussion at today's Sarasota City Commission meeting.

PHOTO GALLERY: Father's Day Brunch at the Oaks Club

PHOTO GALLERY: Father's Day Brunch at the Oaks Club

June 19, 2011

Fathers gathered with their families at the Father's Day Brunch Sunday, June 19 at the Oaks Club.

Panhandlers target parking-meter users

Panhandlers target parking-meter users

June 17, 2011

The city may enact a law making it illegal to panhandle within 20 feet of a parking meter.

Lewis reports for duty ... again

Lewis reports for duty ... again

June 16, 2011

Terry Lewis has delayed his retirement many times because he keeps getting called to duty. The latest call came from Sarasota County government.

Sarasota County Commission considers whistleblower policy

June 16, 2011

Sarasota commissioners seek more information on a measure that would protect employees from reprisal if they report wrongdoing in county government.

Temple members enjoy ‘Fine’ dining

Temple members enjoy ‘Fine’ dining

June 16, 2011

Marty and Mickey Fine's abode at The Tower Residences on Watergate Drive was the prime setting for an elegant Sunday brunch June 12, for members of the Temple Emanu-El Cornerstone Society.



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