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A Nokomis man who allegedly snatched a child away from her mother and sped off is facing charges of kidnapping and aggravated battery knowing the victim is pregnant.

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A trio of resident- proposed changes to the Sarasota County Charter along with one proposed by county commissioners will appear on the November ballot.

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Sadly, dead fish and other marine life continue to wash up along the Gulf shores of local barrier islands due to the toxic red tide algae.

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West Villages is one of the fastest growing planned communities in the United States, and because of that, Larry Snyder, a Southern Baptist pastor, is planting a new Southern Baptist Church in South Sarasota County.

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West Villages is one of the fastest growing planned communities in the United States, and because of that, Larry Snyder, a Southern Baptist pastor, is planting a new Southern Baptist Church in South Sarasota County.

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Mote Marine Laboratory has been designated as a leader in a federal effort researching dolphin deaths due to red tide in Southwest Florida.

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Everything from theatrical performances about bullying to science experiments using liquid nitrogen to produce ice cream were on display recently, as nearly 200 area teachers took time out from their weekend to attend EdExploreSRQ’s third annual ED-stravaganza.

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In an effort to convince Sarasota County to save the North Jetty Fish Camp trolley, more than 150 people attended a presentation and discussion by Sarasota County Historical Resources Manager Rob Bendus last Saturday.

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On Tuesday, the Venice City Council adopted a resolution urging residents to forgo using fertilizer, in hopes of reducing the food source for the algae that bloom into red tide.

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The Sarasota County School District just created its own police force and the city of Venice had two old police cars about to go to auction. In law enforcement — and any other field — that’s a match.

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