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City to prohibit certain park activities

City to prohibit certain park activities

January 19, 2010

Residents around Five Points Park have complained about late-night games of football and kickball in the park. A proposed ordinance would prohibit those activities in the downtown park.

Girls Inc. wins nonprofit of the year

Girls Inc. wins nonprofit of the year

January 15, 2010

Girls Inc. of Sarasota County was selected as nonprofit organization of the year at the annual WEDU awards.

Sarasota receives $23 million housing grant

Sarasota receives $23 million housing grant

January 15, 2010

The federal grant will be used to create more affordable housing throughout the city.

Pedestrian accident shuts down Fruitville Road

Pedestrian accident shuts down Fruitville Road

January 14, 2010

A minivan hits two people trying to cross Fruitville Road at Lemon Avenue.

New driver's license requirements cause frustration

New driver's license requirements cause frustration

January 14, 2010

The Sarasota Tax Collector’s Office asks that residents wanting to renew driver’s licenses check what identification is required before visiting its office.

The downtown business boom

The downtown business boom

January 14, 2010

Despite all the negative news about Sarasota’s dying downtown, 24 new businesses have opened in the last six months and are finding that business is beating expectations.

Briefs

Briefs

January 14, 2010

Police chief quizzed on hiring practices

Police chief quizzed on hiring practices

January 14, 2010

The Police Advisory Panel was informed about new officer hiring requirements that the police union believes keeps minorities out of the police department.

Church hopes expansion will create heavenly appearance

Church hopes expansion will create heavenly appearance

January 14, 2010

Church of the Redeemer will convert the rear of its building, which fronts Palm Avenue, into a new grand entryway, which will be more noticeable to the public.

Top chef

Top chef

January 14, 2010

After corporate downsizing in 2002 caused her to lose her job of more than 24 years with IBM, Tricia Dickerson turned her passion for cooking into a full-time profession.



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