Archive by category ''Special Reports
- Braden River
- Chinese Drywall
- Disappearance of Sabine
- Government Shutdown
- Gulf Oil Spill
- Haiti: The Earthquake Aftermath
- Hampton Inn & Suites Timeline
- Home Invasion
- Hurricane Sandy
- Investigating HRK Holdings and the spill at Piney Point
- Kiwanis 90th anniversary
- Long Bar Pointe
- Manatee Rural Health Services
- Military Holiday Greetings
- Nik Wallenda
- Our Manatee Beaches
- Our Parks
- Sanborn Studios
- Summer Scrapbook
- The Gift of Hope
- Thomas Fast
- Tim Brooks
- Tragedy in Palmetto - The Club Elite Shootings
The developers of the proposed Long Bar Pointe have filed a constitutional challenge to language in Manatee County's comprehensive plan that gives protections to sea grass beds.
Nik Wallenda, an East Manatee resident, will begin practicing for his next tightrope walk tomorrow at Nathan Benderson Park. He will practice through October in preparation of the Nov. 2 walk in Chicago.
“I was worried if I could play or not,” said Louis, who suffered a neck injury during Thursday's win over Sarasota. “I’m grateful I’m standing here being interviewed right now.”
Bradenton resident Nik Wallenda says his next high-wire stunt will include him walking between two skyscrapers -- blindfolded.
Pirates AD Matt Nesser said he didn’t know if the game would be made up. Both teams play Thursday night of next week, making a Monday game unlikely.
He has to give up the basketball job because the Manatee County school district has a rule that athletic directors cannot be head coaches.
Sanborn Studios has filed a counter-claim against Sarasota County in response to a lawsuit filed July 28 in which the county claims the Lakewood Ranch-based film production company did not create jobs promised as part of an incentive agreement.
Developers of Long Bar Pointe file a notice of claim through the Bert J. Harris Private Property Rights Protection Act to reverse a 2013 decision by the Manatee County Commission that effectively killed their vision for the 426-acre bayfront parcel.
Sarasota County has filed a lawsuit against Sanborn Studios claiming the Lakewood Ranch-based film production company did not create jobs that it had promised as part of an incentive agreement.
The developers of Longbar Pointe have applied to establish a CDD to pay for infrastructure improvements on a portion of the proposed community's land.