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PHOTO GALLERY: The Unveiling

PHOTO GALLERY: The Unveiling

January 19, 2012

Months of discussions and design work culminated Jan. 18, in the official welcoming of a sign at Siesta Public Beach, recognizing the beach's status as No. 1 in the nation.

Turtle Beach vote split

Turtle Beach vote split

January 19, 2012

Despite commissioners' concerns, the Siesta Key Association says it has had adequate involvement in plans for Turtle Beach improvements.

FPL replaces bulbs

FPL replaces bulbs

January 19, 2012

Following an airing of the problem during a Siesta Key Association meeting, 25 FPL streetlights are working again on the island.

Confusion arises over latest FDOT safety option

Confusion arises over latest FDOT safety option

January 19, 2012

State transportation officials are trying to get out the word that drivers on Midnight Pass Road should not use the center lane as an acceleration lane.

News Briefs

News Briefs

January 19, 2012

Night planned for arts program; Foundation to host Parkinson symposium

New commander focused on squadron's community role

New commander focused on squadron's community role

January 19, 2012

For only the fourth time in the chapter's 60 years, a woman has become commander of the Sarasota Power and Sail Squadron.

Neighbors: Alex Miller

Neighbors: Alex Miller

January 19, 2012

Along with this twin brother, Nick, the teen loves all things athletic.

'Dolphin Tale' scientist to visit ODA students

'Dolphin Tale' scientist to visit ODA students

January 19, 2012

When Dan Strzempka began developing a prosthetic tail, or fluke, for a dolphin named Winter, who had been injured in a crab trap, he never imagined the story would become a Hollywood movie starring Morgan Freeman.

Resignation aftermath

Resignation aftermath

January 19, 2012

The Sarasota City Commission will meet Friday to discuss the possibility of hiring Terry Lewis as interim city manager.

Citizens group says it can't pay settlement

Citizens group says it can't pay settlement

January 19, 2012

A Sarasota County judge ordered a citizens group to pay the county more than $19,000 in legal fees after the county won a 2010 Sunshine Laws case, but the fees remain unpaid.



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