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Bioterrorism drill tests hospitals' preparedness

Bioterrorism drill tests hospitals' preparedness

February 25, 2010

Local hospitals and public-health officials tested their ability to respond to a bioterrorist attack involving deliberate and widespread salmonella poisoning in Sarasota County Friday, Feb. 20.

Firefighters step up for healthy hearts

Firefighters step up for healthy hearts

February 18, 2010

In support of the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" movement, the Sarasota Firefighters Benevolent Fund held a firefighter relay race to the top of Plymouth Harbor Saturday, Feb. 13.

Pre-preview party goes off like a dream

Pre-preview party goes off like a dream

February 18, 2010

DreamWorks animators previewed their latest film, "How to Train Your Dragon," at a scholarship fundraiser Feb. 13, at Ringling College of Art and Design.

Sarasota Military cadets love to horse around

Sarasota Military cadets love to horse around

February 18, 2010

A few weeks ago, Sarasota Military Academy cadets were desperately gripping the saddle horns while they rode four-legged animals weighing in at nearly 1,000 pounds.

Michael's earns some bragging rights

Michael's earns some bragging rights

February 18, 2010

Michael's On East is one of just 17 restaurants throughout the United States — and one of only two restaurants in Florida — to receive a Four Diamond Award for more than 20 consecutive years.

Battle of the lips

Battle of the lips

February 11, 2010

It was Elise Lipoff versus Laura Lipps at the second annual Burns Square Chili Cook-off Feb. 6.

Youth group gives it all they've got

February 11, 2010

The St. Thomas More Youth Group combined its annual lock-in retreat, held Jan. 30 to Jan. 31, at the church, with its Valentine's Day fundraiser into a weekend bash called "Indulgence Weekend."

'ArtZGirls' announce youthful art exhibit

February 11, 2010

The Zonta Club of Sarasota announced a youth art exhibit and sale that will benefit Girls Inc. and the Zonta Fund for Women.

Pennies for Port-au-Prince

Pennies for Port-au-Prince

February 11, 2010

Every penny helps. After holding a penny drive for Haiti that lasted just more than one week, The Out-Of-Door Academy Lower School Student Council collected $1,110.43.

Media on Main shows off its worldly goods

Media on Main shows off its worldly goods

February 11, 2010

With the opening date tentatively scheduled for Feb. 16, computer geeks and crepe aficionados will soon be able to get their fix at the same time. Media on Main and Cafe Palm co-owners Tony Driscoll and Ralph Perna opened the store for a few hours during Bentley's Mulsanne on Main unveiling event Feb. 8.



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