- The Sarasota Herald-TribuneNov 23 03:21 PM
A 32-year-old Tampa man has been charged with possession of a counterfeit credit card and resisting arrest with violence, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office.
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- The Sarasota Herald-TribuneNov 12 02:14 PM
It's the city's latest change in a series of recent proposals that critics say threaten public access to local government.
North Port school under fire in segregation con... - NBC 2 Fort Myers
- Opposing ViewsNov 16 10:43 AM
A North Port, Florida, middle school was criticized by parents and forced to apologize after reportedly arranging a field trip for only black students.
- NBC 2 Fort MyersNov 07 04:28 PM
The North Port Police Department is mourning the loss of a 14-year veteran officer.
- The Sarasota Herald-TribuneNov 09 11:01 AM
Jacqueline Moore poses for a picture Nov. 17, 2014, before a special meeting starts Nov. 17, 2014, in North Port City Hall. She was elected earlier this month to be a city commissioner and took the oath of office at the meeting.
- The Sarasota Herald-TribuneNov 11 04:14 AM
Dennis Gonthier, 57, died Saturday after he was found unresponsive in his patrol car.
North Port man gets 25 months for counterfeitin... - NBC 2 Fort Myers
- Sun-SentinelNov 17 08:21 AM
South Florida two biggest seaports mostly enjoyed smooth sailing in the just-ended budget year. Port Everglades topped its record in trade but saw shortfalls in the multiday cruise segment, while PortMiami hit new highs in cargo and cruises. Gains for the year ended Sept. 30 came from a strengthening...
Grapevine: Charleston travelers can fly direct t... - The Post and Courier
- Sun-SentinelNov 17 08:10 AM
South Florida's seaports mostly enjoyed smooth sailing in the just-ended budget year. Port Everglades topped its record in container trade but hosted fewer multiday cruise passengers. PortMiami hit new highs in cargo and cruises, while business at Port of Palm Beach was mainly flat. Gains for the...
- The Sarasota Herald-TribuneNov 18 03:23 PM
A Syrian refugee child sleeps in his father's arms while waiting at a resting point to board a bus, after arriving on a dinghy from the Turkish coast to the northeastern Greek island of Lesbos.
Launching a New Local Government Website? Vision... - PR Newswire
- The Sarasota Herald-TribuneNov 11 03:02 PM
Heron Creek middle will open trip to see the group Black Violin perform to all students
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