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VIDEO: The Observer accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

VIDEO: The Observer accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

August 18, 2014

Chief Digital Officer Emily Walsh and Digital Content Producer Alex Mahadevan took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Monday, and called out some Sarasota County Commission candidates in the process.

St. Armands Circle requesting a bus stop shelter

St. Armands Circle requesting a bus stop shelter

August 18, 2014

Diana Corrigan, the executive director of St. Armands Circle Association, said tourists and employees using the stop are unprotected from the elements.

Commissioners to discuss Palm Avenue streetscape

Commissioners to discuss Palm Avenue streetscape

August 18, 2014

During the evening session of today’s Sarasota City Commission meeting, the board will consider the future of a downtown palm grove that businesses say causes flooding.

FYI Friday — Your weekly news roundup

FYI Friday — Your weekly news roundup

August 15, 2014

Catch up on the week's most important and most interesting news stories from Sarasota, Longboat Key and East County with FYI Friday.

'Florida boy' arrested for Papa John's robbery

'Florida boy' arrested for Papa John's robbery

August 15, 2014

Scott Sebor, 44, turned himself into the Sarasota County Jail after the Sheriff's Office put out a warrant for his arrest.

Sarasota: the 'sexiest small city in America'

Sarasota: the 'sexiest small city in America'

August 14, 2014

Real estate blog Movoto ranked Sarasota No. 1 on its list of the 10 'sexiest small cities in America,' which also includes Bradenton two spots below.

VIDEO: Mote scientist receives Distinguished Fellow award

VIDEO: Mote scientist receives Distinguished Fellow award

August 14, 2014

The American Elasmobranch Society presented its Distinguished Fellow Award this month to Mote Marine Laboratory senior scientist Carl Luer, for his work studying the disease-fighting traits of sharks and rays.

No red tide impacts detected alongshore

No red tide impacts detected alongshore

August 14, 2014

Mote, FWC and USF scientists continue to monitor a bloom at least 20 miles offshore from Dixie to northern Pinellas counties.

Couple fights zoning regulations

Couple fights zoning regulations

August 14, 2014

Achim and Erika Ginsberg-Klemmt have faced a litany of obstacles — and haven’t backed down.

Vertical Horizon

Vertical Horizon

August 14, 2014

Five hotels stand poised to spring up throughout downtown Sarasota, as early as next fall.



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