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CLARIFICATION: A March 20 story on the settlement of a lawsuit brought by the state against Bellagio on Venice Island HOA Inc. and two directors said resident Tom Gavlick was a named defendant in the lawsuit. Gavlick was named throughout the complaint and signed the settlement agreement with…

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CLARIFICATION: A March 20 story on the settlement of a lawsuit brought by the state against Bellagio on Venice Island HOA Inc. and two directors said resident Tom Gavlick was a named defendant in the lawsuit. Gavlick was named throughout the complaint and signed the settlement agreement with…

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It was a total team effort March 16 when members of Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary, Boy Scout Troop 36, the Lemon Bay High School Manta Rays football team, the Englewood Cats and others converged on historic Lemon Bay Cemetery.

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OneBlood is holding a blood drive on Wednesday, March 27, outside Venice City Hall, 401 W. Venice Ave., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Local developer Mike Miller received a unanimous thumbs up from the Venice Planning Commission for a preliminary plat petition to build 20 townhouses along the south side of East Venice Avenue between County Club Way and Home Park Road.

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Proposed legislation to be heard by a Senate committee next week would require older high-rise condominiums in Florida to have sprinkler systems by January 2023.

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A lawsuit brought by former State Attorney General Pam Bondi’s Office over a dispute among members of a Venice homeowners association has been settled.

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If you didn’t get tickets to Sunday’s Atlanta Braves spring training game at new CoolToday Park, console yourself with a free tour of the stadium Saturday.

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NORTH PORT — A man and a woman from Iowa died Friday after their motorcycle crashed into a tree off Interstate 75, the Florida Highway Patrol reported.

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More than 150 people turned out for a neighborhood workshop Monday evening to learn more about a proposed 347-unit apartment complex in Venice.

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Continuing their efforts to diversify the housing stock and promote affordability, Sarasota County commissioners unanimously approved a measure Wednesday allowing for the development of so-called tiny houses.

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