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Former Miss America partners with JDRF for Walk to Cure Diabetes

Former Miss America partners with JDRF for Walk to Cure Diabetes

March 9, 2011

Nicole Johnson spoke to people participating in the Walk to Cure Diabetes that will take place Saturday, March 26, on Siesta Key Beach. Johnson was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 1993 and won the title of Miss America in 1999.

The Observer goes mobile

The Observer goes mobile

March 9, 2011

The YourObserver.com iPhone app is now available for download in the iTunes store.

Caragiulo unseats Clapp

Caragiulo unseats Clapp

March 8, 2011

The restaurateur squeaked by the incumbent commissioner by 11 votes in the District 2 City Commission race, which triggered an automatic recount. Snyder claimed the District 3 seat; and Shaw and Holland will face off in a May runoff election for the District 1 seat.

Commission appoints police panel chairmen

Commission appoints police panel chairmen

March 8, 2011

City commissioners chose the two chairmen from a pool of 15 candidates.

Commission to select police panel chairmen

Commission to select police panel chairmen

March 7, 2011

Commissioners will select the chairmen of the two new permanent police panels, which will advise on police-policy matters.

WEEKEND BEST BET: Chillounge Night

WEEKEND BEST BET: Chillounge Night

March 4, 2011

The upscale outdoor party returns to Palm Avenue this Saturday.

T-Mobile seeks Palmer Ranch tower

T-Mobile seeks Palmer Ranch tower

March 4, 2011

Residents will have an opportunity next week to hear the proposal for a 125-foot communications tower off McIntosh Road.

Buchanan to announce pill mill legislation

Buchanan to announce pill mill legislation

March 4, 2011

U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan this morning will announce plans for sweeping legislation to crack down on pain management clinics that improperly prescribe and distribute prescription drugs.

Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation

March 3, 2011

The Sarasota Alliance for Historic Preservation 21st annual Historic Homes Tour will feature four homes in McClellan Park, which opened to the public March 7, 1916.

Party politics

Party politics

March 3, 2011

Both the Republican and Democratic parties are becoming increasingly involved in the three City Commission races, which are supposed to be nonpartisan. One candidate claims a party member asked him to drop out of the race.



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