Recent Articles by Taylor

Mote tracks green sea turtles as record nest numbers hit the Suncoast

  Experts shed light on rattlesnake attacks after bite victim fears he’ll never walk the same again

  City Commission moves forward on bond application for Bobby Jones

  The Bay Project releases updates to Phase 1 of the Bayfront plans

  City of Sarasota plans to start using electric vehicles sooner than later

  Man recovering in Sarasota after a severe rattlesnake bite in North Port

  The number of manatees being killed by boats is steadily increasing in Florida

First 15 minutes after it rains is most dangerous for drivers

  First Step of Sarasota announces merger with Coastal Behavioral Healthcare

  Anna Maria Island uses infiltration systems to capture storm water

Two of three “no swim advisories” lifted, but the Department of Health is still urging caution

  Before you go swimming, make sure you know what Cryptosporidium is

  100 new laws are now in effect, but how do they affect the Suncoast?

  City leaders consider turning Bobby Jones Golf Club into preserve

  Tips for the elderly and people who have to work outside in high temperatures

  June 21st marks the first day of summer - here are some tips for pool safety

  New study shows technology use could be causing “head horns”

  Sarasota recycling facility unveils Florida’s first recycling robot

  Two libraries in Sarasota County could soon re-open on Sundays

  City of Sarasota launches new security measure at Commission meetings

  Mote cares for corals rescued in front of the path of deadly disease

  FDOT installs new medians and improves the turn lane on U.S. 301

  Mother demands answers after daughter dies in Centerstone care

  Police: Sarasota charter fisherman holds group hostage, threatens to shoot them

  Two Sarasota facilities included in Senate report of nursing homes with serious health, safety and sanitary problems

  How cancer patients should prepare for a hurricane

  Employee files police report against Sarasota County School Board’s Assistant Superintendent

  During barbecues and parades, a Sarasota veteran serves as a reminder that many return from war with new battles to face

  91-year-old still working as a gas station attendant in Bradenton shares the secret to life

  Helping children cope with death and other forms of grief