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Venice City Manager refuses to meet with citizens regarding Venice ave construction delays | Francesco Abbruzzino w The Scoop
Hi Judy,Not sure who’s counting, but I’m starting to wonder if these messages are being received?Please let me know what is happening with my request to meet with Ed on the delays associated with the Downtown construction project.If it’s not going to happen, would like to know why…..if going to happ
The Venice Christmas Boat Parade is a go and they are looking for some boaters and donations | The Uncensored Report
Patty Bozek with the Venice Christmas Boat Parade.I am contacting you asking for your support in promoting this yearly event. This will be our 30th year in Giving Back to the Community by providing this spectacular lighting display of boats which is free to everyone while promoting the holiday spir
FHP to conduct DUI wolfpack in Manatee and Sarasota Counties
MANATEE/SARASOTA COUNTIES, FL (WWSB) - The Florida Highway Patrol will hold a DUI Wolfpack Operation starting this weekend on Friday, October 19.The operation will start at 10:00 p.m. and go until 4:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 20.
Your Top 6 Things to Do: Oct. 18-24
The granddaddy of all area fall festivals, this 27thannual event features hayrides, pumpkin games, scarecrow displays, a petting zoo and children’s train rides, craft vendors, homemade ice cream and so much more. Get the scoophere.
Minivan driver crashes head-on with Sarasota police cruiser
The accident occurred on October 12, just after midnight, according to the Sarasota Police Department, which release traffic camera footage showing the head-on collision.
Sarasota homeless getting hand up from sheriff's office
"It is heartbreaking, absolutely heartbreaking. People don't deserve to live like this. They obviously have a story, something got them to that situation. We go out talk to them, find out their story and find out how we can help them," she said.
4-foot spiders crawl toward Lakewood Ranch | East County | Your Observer
If you are afraid of spiders, you may want to avoid the intersection of Lena Road and State Road 70.Just north of the intersection, two 4-foot-tall spiders creep ominously across the building wall and front yard of Lakewood Ranch Endodontics.Dr. Craig Duerson said he got them from Home Depot last ye
Road rage incident on Tamiami Trail lands South Venice man in jail
The red car followed the white truck into a Walmart parking lot where the defendant got out, walked up to the truck, yelled at the driver, then threw a glass Vape bottle at the driver’s side window, shattering the glass and causing minor cuts to the victim, according to witnesses. The car and its fo
EARLY VOTING: Sarasota and Manatee County locations & times for 2018 General Election
SARASOTA COUNTYMonday, October 22, 2018 – Saturday, November 3, 20188:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Cops Corner: Sarasota 10.16.18 | Sarasota | Your Observer
SPECIAL DELIVERY7:58 a.m. — 3900 block of Breezemont DriveProperty damage:A woman called the police to report her mailbox and the post it sat on had been destroyed. She awoke in the morning and found her mailbox in the neighbor’s yard, with the post flattened. An officer said it was fairly obvious t
High concentrations of red tide reported around Tampa Bay even after Hurricane Michael
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- By and large, Hurricane Michael did little to completely break red tide's grip on the Tampa Bay region.
Daughters of local physicians earn national recognition | Charlotte County Florida Weekly
Fraternal twin sisters Gopi and Shivni Patel, current seniors at Pine View School for the Gifted in Osprey, earned second place in the Senior Group Exhibit category at the finals of this year’s National History Day Contest. More than a half-million students from all 50 states, the District of Columb
VIDEO: Monster gator roams Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Florida
Chubbs, as he is affectionately known, doesn't move very fast, and based on his belly size, he appears to be well fed.
Dirty dining: Live roaches, dirty hands among violations at Bradenton-area restaurants
According to the latest inspection report, multiple restaurants are not storing food at safe temperatures.Other Manatee County restaurants were cited for roach activity, dirty hands and improperly sanitizing equipment and dishes.Cody’s Original Roadhouse, 895 Cortez Road W., BradentonAn inspector ob
Restaurant News in Sarasota-Bradenton-Venice, Oct. 18-24
The trendy poke bowls originated in Hawaii and are custom made with healthy sushi ingredients. Patrons may choose a base of white, brown or sushi rice (or vegan salad), followed by ginger, edamame, corn, mango, green onions or pineapple. Next comes avocado, crab stick or seafood salad topped with ch
Lehigh Acres man dies in his own driveway after getting head stuck in car window
The Lee County Sheriff's Office said Julio Rosado Gonzalez, 56, was found shortly after 9:30 a.m. by an employee from the Lee County Electric Cooperative who arrived at the Rutgers Street address to complete a work order.
North Port Launches Canal Neighborhood Watch Group
NORTH PORT, FL (WWSB) - The City of North Port has about 85 miles of canals that all lead out to the Gulf of Mexico.That’s why the city has decided to make a new Canal Neighborhood Watch Group. The idea behind this group is to make sure there's eyes and ears on as much of them as possible.“North Por
RED TIDE REPORT: Red tide levels continue to sink on the Suncoast
According to Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission,K. breviscell concentrationswere similar in most areas but increased in parts of Monroe County, and decreased in parts of Manatee County. Observations of high red tide was only observed in one part of Sarasota County.
Cops Corner: It's dark, time for headlights | Longboat Key | Your Observer
Alarm:An officer responding to a report of a residential intruder alarm found an unlocked sliding door on the property. After checking the exterior of the home, the officer made a check of the interior, and all appeared in order. A key holder for the property arrived and indicated he knew about the
Officers to carry opioid treatments inside Sarasota County schools
"I don't think there's a sadness to it, I think it's the reality of the world we're in,” said Sarasota School Police Chief Paul Grohowski.