VENICE — While Caroline Zucker and Eric Robinson are no strangers to fighting with words, over the weekend it escalated to social media.
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.
SARASOTA — Nine months into his tenure as the head of county government, Sarasota County Administrator Jonathan Lewis will get his first inkling of what county residents think of his administration.
CORRECTION: It was incorrectly reported that Pioneers Pizza, Nan's Thai Noodle and Que-Rico Colombian Flavors among restaurants signed up for Bite Squad third-party delivery. These businesses are not currently Bite Squad partners.
SARASOTA — Sarasota County commissioners are reading the tea leaves, and disliking what the future portends, so they want to take preemptive action now.
NORTH PORT — James Buchanan pulled out a win Tuesday in what both he and opponent Linda Yates called a “hard-fought race,” for the Republican nomination for the District 74 Florida House of Representatives seat.
SARASOTA — With all 101 precincts reporting results, the field is now set for the November general election for seats on the Sarasota County Commission.
Each Friday in the 12th Judicial Circuit Court system in Sarasota, a judge reviews violation-of-probation cases trying to resolve many quickly to get the violator out of the jail.
The fate of the new hospital proposed by Venice Regional Bayfront Health (VRBH) will be in the Sarasota County Commission’s hands Tuesday.
Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT), Florida’s statewide youth-led movement to combat the tobacco industry, announced that Sachit Gali, a Pine View School student, was named as a member of the SWAT Youth Advocacy Board for a second year.
Florida Studio Theatre (FST) closes its Summer Sidekicks Cabaret Series with the regional premiere of “Gilbert & Sullivan Unplugged,” an engaging musical revue celebrating the most beloved songs by the Victorian-era British composing duo.
A small group of New Englanders began meeting in 1836 for the purpose of entering “a free discussion of theological and moral subjects.” These prominent ministers and intellectuals had been deeply affected by theological ideas flowing across the Atlantic.
NORTH PORT — School Board candidate and former director of Sarasota County Middle Schools Karen Rose is being accused of election violations.
Protect Our Public Schools (POPS) Manasota, a grassroots educational advocacy organization opposed to school privatization, will host a free screening of the award-winning documentary “Backpack Full of Cash” Wednesday, Aug. 22, from 5-7 p.m. at the Frances T. Bourne Jacaranda Public Library.