Fillippo and Lisa Villella recently acquired the downtown Ristorante San Marco at 305B West Venice Ave. Experienced in the hospitality industry and new to Venice, they want to personally welcome diners, encouraging them to feel like family sitting in an Italian grandma’s kitchen.
In the first eight months of this year, the Venice Area Board of Realtors Monthly Sales Trend Report indicates 21 single family homes and villas, and a condominium have sold for $1 million or more.
“Let us get your Shine On, coming into your home, cleaning and making it shine so it makes you feel good” is the slogan of a new residential and commercial cleaning business.
The new Legacy Trail Overpass project on Laurel Road should, according to Florida Department of Transportation signage, be completed by summer of 2018. Inquiries reveal that a recent delay has not been due to contractor workings or bad weather.
Project Give, the new nonprofit clothing store benefiting youth programs, has partnered with Serve Florida to help people who may have been affected financially by red tide.
Hurricane Florence had little to no effect on prices at the pump last week. Gas prices in Florida declined for the 16th consecutive day on Sunday, declining a total of 7 cents during that period.
Rosen Hotels & Resorts is opening the doors of its nine Orlando-area hotels with special distress rates for those affected by Hurricane Florence.
SWAMI, the South West Area Music Industry (of Florida), will feature Grammy-nominated blues legend Bryan Lee as the guest speaker at the Sept. 17 meeting. The guest moderator will be local radio/TV personality Russ Yodice from WSLR radio 96.5 FM and ABC TV 7, Sarasota.
Development Services Director Jeff Shrum recently spent nearly an hour and a half giving the Venice City Council a report on his office’s three divisions: Planning and Zoning, Building and Code Enforcement.
Debbie LaPinska will be the featured speaker at the Venice chapter meeting of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Thursday, Sept.13, at 12:15 p.m.
The long-awaited opening of Nokomis Starbucks at 1225 N. Tamiami Trail in Laurel Plaza next to Chase Bank at Laurel Road West and U.S. 41 is expected during the first weeks of October.
There seems there is a select few people growing older needing assistance to enjoy life with a preference to reside again in the lifestyle of the 1950s.
SARASOTA — With beachfront businesses from Collier to Pinellas counties reporting losses due to the red tide, the U.S. Small Business Administration is offering assistance.
In a surprise move, the owners of the 37-year-old Kimal Lumber Company sold the business to the Gulfeagle Supply Company of Tampa. The changeover took effect on Aug. 31.
All families are invited Saturday, Sept. 8, to put on their team colors and get ready to hunt, catch and raid the day away during the Venice “Pokémon Go” Walk.
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