All potential applicants are strongly encouraged to attend one of the sessions.
Voting ends in the Democratic state House primary race between Margaret Good and Ruta Jouniari on Tuesday, Dec. 5, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
World Direct Shipping is doubling its number of routes between the Mexican state of Veracruz and Port Manatee.
The meeting was originally scheduled for September, but was pushed back because of Hurricane Irma.
The Sarasota Holiday Parade is honoring the 65th anniversary of the release of the film The Greatest Show on Earth.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens' recent orchid exhibition, The Orchid Show: Earth, Air, Fire, Water, set double-digit revenue records for the gardens.
SAP Sons, Inc., recently purchased a 1,170-square-foot space in a Stickney Point Road office building.
Nearly 60 donors have invested in a planning initiative to reimagine Sarasota's bayfront and many foundations also provided financial support.
Watch video of a recent 941CEO and iHeartMedia panel discussion featuring five top economic experts.
941CEO's parent company announced Tuesday that Pam Daniel will retire from her longtime roles as editorial director and editor-in-chief of Sarasota Magazine, effective February 2018.
The Downtown Sarasota Alliance recently added Holly Sylvester to its board of directors.
Sales of single-family homes in Sarasota and Manatee counties were up in October after September declines caused by Hurricane Irma's landfall.
The Sarasota County Public Hospital Board recently voted to work with Flad Architects and Gilbane Building Company.
The Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance last week announced the nine winners from the organization's annual Sandies Members’ Choice Awards.
More than 1.2 million visitors stayed overnight in a paid lodging in Sarasota County during Visit Sarasota County's most recent fiscal year.
If the agreement is approved, the salary for a beginning teacher with a bachelor's degree would rise from $38,285 to $39,094.
Construction on a new roundabout there is expected to be completed by next May.
The Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance and the Longboat Key Chamber of Commerce are partnering to present the East Meets West Regional Business Expo.
Sixty-nine percent of high school students say the area has enough job opportunities, but only 16.7 percent say they plan to stay, according to a new survey.
An Ecuadorian trade commissioner and business development manager recently visited Port Manatee.