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Southwest Florida residential property sales continued to sizzle in April, led by a Sarasota area that notched its best one-month performance in eight years. Facts Sales prices of existing single-family homes, meanwhile, posted double-digit gains
Florida Gov. Rick Scott moments ago approved $5 million in additional funding for the Nathan Benderson Park in a quest to land the world rowing championships in 2017. Scott approved the state Legislature's budget but used his line item veto to kill
Punta Gorda Airport is scheduled to celebrate its millionth passenger Tuesday with the arrival of passengers on a plane from Lexington, Ky. Passengers on the 2:40 p.m. flight into Punta Gorda will be offered refreshments and given raffle tickets for
A trio of local real estate brokerages have earned spots in a new Real Trends 500 survey of top U.S. residential sellers. Michael Saunders & Co. of Sarasota ranked 55th among the 500 largest agencies nationwide and was the highest locally based firm,
whose horse Oxbow just finished sixth in Saturday's Kentucky Derby -- was the buyer of the former Integrated Control Systems Inc. campus in this waterfront city. Records show Kelley's Boca Norte LLC bought the three-building complex at at 900 W.
The FAA's furloughs of air traffic controllers have been the most visible sign of Congressional budget cuts that began in March. But as the $85 billion in so-called sequester cuts take hold, a quieter but no less poignant struggle is emerging for
History is never more than a few steps away in this city's National Register Historic District. Between Marion and Virginia avenues west of downtown, a 1950s house would be considered newer. Many date to 1930 or before, and some to the 1890s and
Grand opening Saturday for Full Throttle Speedway, formerly DeSoto Speedway firstname.lastname@example.org When Mike Chase and Kevin Williams closed on the $1.2 million purchase of DeSoto Speedway, the three-eighths mile oval in East Manatee, about two months
For the past four years, Kristin Zarrella and Olivia Ortiz have been the faces of the Lakewood Ranch girls track and field program. They have logged hundreds of miles, won a cache of medals and provided enough drama to fill a Hollywood movie script...
In a column two weeks ago, T-Mobile customer Kyle McCauley of Burnsville protested that the company's abrupt switch to no contracts and full-priced phones had violated his right to purchase a discounted cellphone in the future. T-Mobile wouldn't