Scott Dolan, owner of Big Water Fish Market, stands behind the counter at his six-month-old store. During the recent tourist season, he shelled out 65 pounds of fish per day.
Scott Dolan opened the first fish market on Siesta Key, Big Water Fish Market. The ribbon cutting ceremony was sponsored by Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce June 16.
Caleb Abbe, 11, heads into the bowl during the Sarasota Sports Festival, June 16, in Payne Park.
Campers work together to send a ball through a series of tubes at St. Michael the Archangelâ€™s Summer Bible Camp June 11 through June 15.
Dara Schanker, Annarita Scott and Laura Proctor, Members of the Bay Island Siesta Association, met for their biannual meet and greet June 14, at John and Laura Proctorâ€™s home.
There were 150 runners in the Sarasota Christian Church Running Water 5K, June 9, on Siesta Key Beach
Roger Corvitt hits the ball over the net at Garrett Rasmussen during the Dig the Beach volleyball tournament, June 9, on Siesta Key Public Beach.
Penny and Ed Lane kiss in a photo booth during the 25th annual National Cancer Survivors Day, June 5, at Michael's On East.
Fire Chief Henry Behrens stands atop the new Armstrong LaFrance fire truck in 1912 on South Pineapple Avenue. Behind the truck is the Sarasota Bank, today the Floribbean Restaurant. Sitting next to Behrens is the city of Sarasotaâ€™s first mayor, A.B. Edwards. The fire engine cost almost $9,000, could pump 750 gallons of water per minute and could shoot
Cars drove down a flooded Beach Road June 25 after Tropical Storm Debby pummeled the island.