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Gun exchange yields more than 100 weapons

Gun exchange yields more than 100 weapons

February 22, 2010

The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office exchanges gift cards for guns to get firearms out of homes and off the streets.

Giant rat looms over commission hearing

Giant rat looms over commission hearing

February 19, 2010

A group suing the county over its spring-training negotiations speaks before a public workshop that the county attorney advised as a "legal strategy." The group's leader said: "We smell a rat."

Health Matters - Longboat Key & Sarasota 2/18/10

Health Matters - Longboat Key & Sarasota 2/18/10

February 18, 2010

Enjoy The Observer's monthly magazine insert bringing you local, health-related news you can use for people of all ages.

Groups suing county get national grant

Groups suing county get national grant

February 18, 2010

Two citizens groups that have filed suit over alleged out-of-the-sunshine spring-training negotiations received $6,000 to pay for costs related to that lawsuit.

Election challenge denied

Election challenge denied

February 18, 2010

The organizer of a political-action committee claimed the Sarasota County School District broke Florida law through a flier that was sent home with students.

Barbetta surrenders computer

Barbetta surrenders computer

February 18, 2010

The commissioner agreed to allow his personal computer to be scanned for any business e-mails not in the public record.

Thousands added to flood zones

February 18, 2010

The state is creating more detailed flood-zone maps that will require up to 3,000 more homeowners to buy flood insurance.

Advisory panel: Police department not rogue

February 18, 2010

During its report to the City Commission Monday, Police Advisory Panel Chairwoman Susan Chapman said there are not a 'significant number of officers who violate rules.'

Heroes shock victim back to life

Heroes shock victim back to life

February 18, 2010

Three YMCA employees didn't wait for 911 to arrive when a member passed out. Instead, they had him breathing on his own before the emergency vehicle arrived nine minutes later.

Business Observer 02.18.10

Business Observer 02.18.10

February 18, 2010

Denise M. Pope has joined Tidewell Hospice as its executive vice president of philanthropy.



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