Sarasota resident Dr. Dede Howard was crowned Miss Florida Classic March 4, at the Miss U.S. of America Pageant. Howard has competed in pageants for the past 35 years and says the national competition in August will be her last. The philanthropist has donated time and money to dozens of charities throughout the years. She is the founder of House of Hope for Runways and Teddy Bear days for terminally ill children.
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21 2014 Series of Wine & Food Tasting
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22 Einstein's Circle: "Sex in the City: Sex Trafficking, Exploitation, Survival"
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All Faiths Food Bank summer campaign serves 15,000 children
The results are in for the All Faiths Food Bank Campaign Against Summer Hunger.
Homeowner shoots and kills intruder
The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office is investigating a home intrusion and fatal shooting that took place early Tuesday morning.
Commission declines to endorse Mote vision
The Sarasota City Commission narrowly voted against endorsing Mote Marine Laboratory’s vision for expansion, which includes a new aquarium on city-owned bayfront land.