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BOXCAR BATTLE

BOXCAR BATTLE

April 7, 2011

Fearing they're an invitation for trouble, residents are trying to get a railroad company to move about two-dozen railcars that have been parked in between two Sarasota communities.

Free garage parking extended

Free garage parking extended

April 7, 2011

City commissioners will allow free parking in the Palm Avenue garage for six months. The hourly price of some downtown spaces will drop from $1 to 50 cents.

From homes to hotels?

From homes to hotels?

April 7, 2011

If a legislative bill is approved, residential areas on Sarasota's barrier islands could see single-family homes converted into short-term rental properties.

Selby Library to create space just for teens

Selby Library to create space just for teens

April 7, 2011

The Selby Public Library will begin renovations in April on its teen center and other facility upgrades.

News Briefs

News Briefs

April 7, 2011

Smoking ban approved for all city parks; City employees get health center

Middle-school drama takes center stage

Middle-school drama takes center stage

April 7, 2011

Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences students will perform the musical, 'Beauty and the Beast,' at 7 p.m. April 15 and 16, at the Booker High School Auditorium.

Business Observer - 4/7/11

Business Observer - 4/7/11

April 7, 2011

Edward Jones hosts re-opening celebration; Koontz to serve two-year term on joint committee; New College to salute Sen. Bob Johnson; Tidewell Hospice to hold volunteer orientation; LPL Financial recognizes its top financial adviser

'The Lost Thing' will play on Short Stacks Family Film Day

'The Lost Thing' will play on Short Stacks Family Film Day

April 7, 2011

"The Lost Thing" is playing as part of Sarasota Film Festiva's Short Stacks Family Film Day Saturday, April 9.

Sea turtle nesting season begins next month

Sea turtle nesting season begins next month

April 6, 2011

In preparation for sea turtle nesting season, Sarasota County officials are reminding residents and visitors to turn off lights along coastlines, remove beach accessories after dark and stay away from marked turtle nests on beaches.

Sheriff's office conducts third gun trade-in program

Sheriff's office conducts third gun trade-in program

April 6, 2011

The Manatee County Sheriff's Office will hold its third gun turn-in event in the past 18 months.



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