Reid Signs As SC Administrator

Sarasota County commissioners have officially signed their new top boss. Randall Reid and county leaders came to terms on a new contract Thursday. He will take over the County Administrator position pending a physical and background check. It turns out to be a three-year, 190-thousand-dollar-a-year deal. Reid will have his hands full helping the local […]

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Sarasota Salon Featured on

They couldn’t believe it was for real! A Sarasota hair salon got a call from MTV. Yes, Music Television…that MTV. Patch.com says that the Rosemary District salon will be on Saturday’s episode of MTV’s “Made”, at 4 p.m. “Made” is where ordinary teens try to be made into who they always wanted to be. The […]

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Report: Florida Losing Economic Freedom

There’s a new study out that says Florida is losing its economic freedom. According to the latest Economic Freedom of North America report, Florida has fallen in the rankings among the 50 United States. Dean Stansel, economics professor at Florida Gulf Coast University says we’re trending in the wrong direction… TAG: The Economic Freedom of […]

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Police looking for Venice Bank Robber

The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the man who robbed the RBC Bank at 1788 South Tamiami Trail in Venice. The stick up happened yesterday, just before 11 a.m. Witnesses told police that the alleged robber handed the teller a note demanding cash. She complied and the suspect fled on foot. Police say […]

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Hurricane Season Comes To Quiet Close

Today marks the end of the 2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season and even though Florida was spared for the most part, there were still a total of 19 tropical storms, 7 hurricanes and 3 major hurricanes. Dennis Feltgen with the National Hurricane Center in Miami says it was an above average year… TAG: Feltgen says the […]

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