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Howl-O-Ween goes to the dogs

Howl-O-Ween goes to the dogs

October 25, 2010

The Humane Society of Sarasota County hosted its 13th Howl-O-Ween at the Sarasota Fairgrounds on Saturday, Oct. 23. The main event was the costume contest which had over 90 entries.

Nancy's Bar-B-Q, Caragiulos start joint venture

Nancy's Bar-B-Q, Caragiulos start joint venture

October 25, 2010

Nancy Krohngold and her catering business is teaming up with the owners of Caragiulo's to open Krohngold's first restaurant.

St. Thomas More honors sister's service

St. Thomas More honors sister's service

October 24, 2010

St. Thomas More Church celebrated the 50th anniversary of sister Judith Baldino, affectionately known throughout the parish as "Sister Judy," on Sunday, Oct. 24.

Cat Depot Carnival hosts purr-fect festivities

Cat Depot Carnival hosts purr-fect festivities

October 23, 2010

The Kids, Cats and Cupcake Carnival, which featured a petting zoo, moon bounce, cupcake decorating and games galore, was held Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Cat Depot.

New College celebrates 50th anniversary

New College celebrates 50th anniversary

October 22, 2010

New College of Florida celebrated its 50th anniversary, along with the official ribbon cutting of the Public Archaeology Lab Friday, Oct. 22. The anniversary ceremony was held on Founders' Circle and included speeches from several dignitaries.

Lighthouse of Manasota celebrates 25 years

Lighthouse of Manasota celebrates 25 years

October 21, 2010

Lighthouse of Manasota celebrated 25 years of advancing the growth and independence of those suffering from vision loss on Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Northern Trust building.

Can County Commission underdogs prevail?

October 21, 2010

They're outgunned both in terms of finances and name recognition, but two candidates seeking to unseat incumbent Sarasota County commissioners are using different campaign tactics this election season.

Candidates at odds on health care, schools

Candidates at odds on health care, schools

October 21, 2010

Incumbent Keith Fitzgerald and his opponent, Ray Pilon, agree on many issues, such as oil drilling and homeowners insurance, but their largest divide centers on whether the state should continue to sue the federal government over health care.

Commission gives green light to traffic cameras

October 21, 2010

An ordinance passed 4-0 at Monday's meeting allowing the city to move forward with plans.

Chair dancing class at SBC offers fun and exercise

Chair dancing class at SBC offers fun and exercise

October 20, 2010

Residents of the Sarasota Bay Club are getting into a new exercise class: chair dancing. The class is taught by Wendy Canning and allows the participants to enjoy doing dance moves to 1940's music without actually leaving their seat.



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