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WASHINGTON (AP) — In a bid to break the shutdown impasse and fund his long-promised border wall, President Donald Trump on Saturday offered to extend temporary protection for young people brought to the U.S. illegally as children. But while Trump cast the move as a “common-sense compromise,”…

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NORTH PORT - North Port Police announced late Friday night that after getting tips and investigating, they arrested an 18-year-old North Port man "for his part in the Domino’s pizza robbery."

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The Sarasota County Extension Service Master Gardener Program and North Port presents monthly the “Brown Bag Lunch Gardening Series” at the Garden of the Five Senses, off Pan American Boulevard.

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NORTH PORT — Sarasota County is sponsoring “Tree Quest,” an educational scavenger hunt in two parks until Feb. 1.

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Today is the day to take the golf/beach/boat braggart photos to share with northern friends, because rainy, windy and chilly weather will begin moving into the area soon, leaving us with a soup-making, football-watching kind of Sunday.

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NORTH PORT — While driving around Harbor Cove the other day, I came upon a sight; the expression goes… a sight for sore eyes but this time the sight created sore eyes.

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SARASOTA – The University of South Florida may begin offering dual enrollment courses on high school campuses and online, said Todd Bowden, superintendent of Sarasota County Schools.

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NORTH PORT — The unequal balance of hurricane shelters between Charlotte and Sarasota counties took center stage at the Convocation of Governments meeting in Sarasota on Friday.

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SARASOTA — Almost a year and a half after Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on Florida, Sarasota County officials have completed more than 80 percent of the to-do items on their Irma after-action review.

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NORTH PORT — An annual set of shows with earnings slated to assist North Port High School students through music, art and scholarships begins this weekend.

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WEST VILLAGES — When it comes to frozen food, Gary Spinazze was always a hot commodity.

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NORTH PORT — Progress that the city notched up in 2018 is both visible and invisible, city manager Peter Lear told a Chamber of Commerce audience Thursday.

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SARASOTA — A teacher and coach at Brookside Middle School will remain on administrative leave after an alleged incident involving a physical altercation with a student.

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WINTER PARK, Fla. — Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis criticized the Legislature’s implementation of a medical marijuana law and said Thursday that if they don’t fix it quickly, he’ll take matters into his own hands.

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