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WEEKEND BEST BET: Sarasota Chalk Festival

WEEKEND BEST BET: Sarasota Chalk Festival

October 29, 2010

The Sarasota Chalk Festival, featuring 250 street painters from the U.S., Italy, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands and Slovenia, takes place from 8 a.m. to midnight Oct. 30 to Oct. 31, along South Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square.

Parallel parking spaces to remain on Circle

Parallel parking spaces to remain on Circle

October 29, 2010

The city eliminated plans to eliminate 10 spaces along John Ringling Boulevard.

Judge sides with supervisor of elections

Judge sides with supervisor of elections

October 29, 2010

A former Charter Review Board candidate sued after she conceded her race. She wanted to change her mind but was told she couldn't.

Edward Jones branch opens on Circle

Edward Jones branch opens on Circle

October 28, 2010

Richard Crawford, financial advisor, held an open house for the new Edward Jones Branch at 443 John Ringling Blvd., on St. Armands Circle.

Charter panel votes to repeal wage law

October 28, 2010

The charter amendment chased Wal-Mart away from its Newtown store three years ago. Some residents say the area was devastated.

Surveillance cameras will be watching

Surveillance cameras will be watching

October 28, 2010

From Newtown, to downtown, to Payne Park, the city is planning a network of security cameras designed to keep people safe and help fight crime.

SSAS digs its future campus (VIDEO)

SSAS digs its future campus (VIDEO)

October 28, 2010

Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences celebrated the groundbreaking ceremony for its new educational facilities Wednesday, Oct. 27.

Stampiglia rejoices in 50 years in priesthood

Stampiglia rejoices in 50 years in priesthood

October 28, 2010

The Rev. Fausto Stampiglia recently celebrated his 50th anniversary of being a priest and 75th birthday.

City, county spar over parks

City, county spar over parks

October 28, 2010

With both governments keeping a watchful eye on their bottom lines, neither wants to fully fund the improved Robert L. Taylor Community Complex, which is expected to cost three times as much to operate the facility each year.

Flood insurance costs to drop

Flood insurance costs to drop

October 27, 2010

All city residents with flood insurance will be getting an immediate 5% discount.



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