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Stray kitten needs a home

Stray kitten needs a home

March 11, 2010

A cat found in Arlington Park about two weeks ago is in need of a good home.

Sarasota Crew takes home 30 medals at regatta

Sarasota Crew takes home 30 medals at regatta

March 11, 2010

More than 130 Sarasota Crew rowers recently traveled to Miami to compete in the Miami International Regatta, bringing home 12 gold and gold-plated medals, seven silver medals and 11 bronze, for a total of 30 medals throughout the weekend-long event. 

New College breaks ground for archaeology lab

New College breaks ground for archaeology lab

March 11, 2010

More than 150 faculty, students, staff and visitors celebrated Monday, March 8, as New College of Florida held a traditional golden-shovel ground breaking for the college’s new Public Archaeology Lab.

Tennis pros to battle in Meadows event

Tennis pros to battle in Meadows event

March 4, 2010

The Meadows Tennis Center is gearing up to host the 2010 "Battle of Club Professionals." Sixteen tennis pros from nine of the area's top clubs will participate in a doubles shootout and compete for $1,000.

Couple celebrates golden anniversary

Couple celebrates golden anniversary

March 4, 2010

Nick and Jean Maxwell Catsakis celebrated their golden wedding anniversary recently surrounded by friends with a reception at Boca Royale Country Club and at a banquet at the Oaks Country Club.

High school celebrates its silver anniversary

High school celebrates its silver anniversary

March 4, 2010

The Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School family will gather together in tradition and fellowship Saturday, March 13, for a gala "Celebrating 50 Years of Excellence," at the school's Selby Center.

Students and their families celebrate at Purim carnival

Students and their families celebrate at Purim carnival

March 4, 2010

The Temple Beth Sholom School held its annual Purim family carnival Feb. 28. Purim is a festive Jewish holiday that celebrates Queen Esther's heroic efforts in saving the Jews during ancient times.

World War II B-25 bomber offers flights for locals

March 4, 2010

Come and fly with Lt. Col. Richard E. Cole and the crew of Panchito, the B-25J Mitchell twin-engine bomber made famous during the Doolittle Tokyo Raid April 18, 1942, when the first bombs were dropped on Japan during World War II.

Pines residents celebrate a century

Pines residents celebrate a century

February 25, 2010

Pines of Sarasota residents who have marked their 100th birthday gathered for a tea party with their families and members of the community Friday, Feb. 19, at the Veranda Skilled Nursing Facility.

Asian culture fest features lion dance

February 25, 2010

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens will hosts its fifth annual Asian Cultural Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 27 and Feb. 28.



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