Computer investigation discussed today at City Hall.
→ A computer forensics investigation into the city's Information Technology Department is now focused on what kind of city information could be on an employee's personal computer.
Sarasota city commissioners will hear an update today at City Hall regarding a computer forensics investigation into the city’s Information Technology Department. Specifically, commissioners will hear an update into an independent analysis of IT project manager Sandra Coleman’s personal computer, which was used last year to access the city’s computer network. The analysis is being performed to see if any city information is located on the hard drive ... [click here to read on!]
Dolphin shows signs of improvement
→ Edna, the dolphin that stranded on Longboat Key, remains in critical condition but shows signs of progress.
The bottlenose dolphin stranded a week-and-a-half ago on Longboat Key remains in critical condition but is showing signs of improvement. Edna, a three-year-old dolphin discovered by Mote’s Sea Turtle Patrol, continues to receive round-the-clock care for pneumonia at Mote’s Dolphin and Whale Hospital. ... [click here to read on!]
School Board to discuss budget tonight
→ School Board members tonight will hear a preliminary budget message from Manatee County Public School Superintendent Tim McGonegal.
The Manatee County School Board tonight will hold discussions on Superintendent Tim McGonegal's proposed 2013 budget. The meeting will start at 5:45 p.m., at 215 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton, in the school district's administrative building. ... [click here to read on!]