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SKA to launch online membership

SKA to launch online membership

October 5, 2012

The Siesta Key Association will soon offer current and potential members a way to manage memberships and pay dues online.

Oct. 4: Daily Headlines Video

Oct. 4: Daily Headlines Video

October 4, 2012

Join us as we observe and report today's stories from Longboat Key, East County, Sarasota and Siesta Key.

Sarasota County cleans Siesta sewers

Sarasota County cleans Siesta sewers

October 4, 2012

Several state and county projects will start this month while the north bridge rehabilitation project concludes.

Merchants prep for busy November

Merchants prep for busy November

October 4, 2012

With three major events planned during November on Siesta Key, a lull in tourists this month doesn't equal relaxation for businesses.

Reid addresses Siesta Key Village Association

Reid addresses Siesta Key Village Association

October 4, 2012

The Sarasota County leader reached out to the merchants association, but questions remain about the district and county's relationship.

Road in line for FEMA funds

Road in line for FEMA funds

October 4, 2012

Siesta property owners near the eroded Beach Road want a long-term fix, which could cost $800,000 to $1 million.

Work starts on new Village restaurant

Work starts on new Village restaurant

October 4, 2012

A contractor is gutting the interior of the former Total Tennis to make way for Eat Here.

Homeless arrests continue

Homeless arrests continue

October 4, 2012

Police are focusing on the 'Top 20,' a group of homeless people who break the law repeatedly. Advocates for the homeless say the city's overall approach is not getting to the heart of the issue.

Baltimore Orioles wager a home run

Baltimore Orioles wager a home run

October 4, 2012

The marketing contract with the major league baseball team includes free promotion in the postseason.

Chalk festival set to draw thousands

Chalk festival set to draw thousands

October 4, 2012

City commissioners approved a request to allow chalk art to stick around after the festival. But some Burns Square merchants worry that a 10-day street closure will hurt business.



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