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Roundabout study focuses on first phase

February 10, 2011

Within the next few weeks, the city will begin studying the effects of the first phase of its bayfront-connectivity plan.

Experience at the heart of commission race

Experience at the heart of commission race

February 10, 2011

The two candidates seeking election for the District 2 City Commission seat both cite their experience: Dick Clapp's previous commission experience and Paul Caragiulo's business experience.

News Briefs

News Briefs

February 10, 2011

Commission candidates present agendas for the arts; city hires permanent leader of police panel

Egyptian family stays strong amidst turmoil

Egyptian family stays strong amidst turmoil

February 10, 2011

Aan Iskandar attempts to focus on college while her friends and family live in fear.

Seagrass levels in bay grow to record high

Seagrass levels in bay grow to record high

February 10, 2011

Florida seagrass acreage has been declining in the last 50 years, but thanks to preservation efforts by local organizations, Sarasota Bay's seagrass beds are in full bloom once again.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Adam Jaco

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Adam Jaco

February 10, 2011

Adam Jaco is second-generation boxer grew up in Sarasota and now runs his own gym, where he works and also trains for professional boxing matches.

City Commission candidates address arts issues

City Commission candidates address arts issues

February 9, 2011

The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County sponsored a forum in which it asked the candidates a series of questions about their feelings about local arts organizations.

City Commission opposes immigration bill

City Commission opposes immigration bill

February 8, 2011

The bill from Florida Sen. Mike Bennett would require police, suspicious of someone's legal status, to ask if they are American citizens.

Roundabout study to examine impacts

Roundabout study to examine impacts

February 7, 2011

State and federal governments will fund a study of the bayfront-connectivity plan to determine if it will accomplish its goals.

VEG Out!

VEG Out!

February 7, 2011

Eating contests are usually associated with large amounts of meat at some sort of a state fair venue. This weekend, Veg held their very own eating contest involving veggie burgers on Saturday, Feb. 5 outside of their restaurant on Gulf Gate Drive.



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