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A look at where Palmetto wants to spend its estimated $15 million in half-cent sales tax dollars over the next 15 years. [Read More]
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Residents of Sugar Creek Estates are concerned the ongoing development of Villages of Glen Creek are flooding their properties. [Read More]
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A challenger to Patrick Roff's Bradenton City Council Ward 3 seat has surfaced for the 2018 election cycle. [Read More]
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Downtown Bradenton loses Lou's Diner, but gains the Bad Ass Cafe on Old Main Street. [Read More]
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The Bradenton Police Department begins the first program in the Tampa Bay region designed to attract and recruit veterans into law enforcement. [Read More]
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South Florida Museum hires a new aquarium director following the passing of Snooty last summer. [Read More]
Bradenton Police Department honors their volunteer of the year and highlights the important role they play to the department. [Read More]
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Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church honors St. Padre Pio with the only shrine in Florida. [Read More]
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A "ridiculous amount" of fire extinguisher thefts forces the city to install security cameras inside the parking garage. [Read More]
Bradenton is taking a different approach to contacting residents during a boil water notice after mass confusion was created during a city wide outage in... [Read More]
Realize Bradenton, which played an intricate role in the original Riverwalk's design, discusses the future expansion of Riverwalk. [Read More]
With data in hand, officials will consider the next move in whether to return red light cameras to Bradenton intersections. [Read More]
A 300-unit market rate apartment complex will go up on the old Bradenton Herald site. [Read More]
2018 kicks off with Bradenton officials taking up the red light camera debate. [Read More]
A look ahead at what's in store for Bradenton and Palmetto in 2018. [Read More]
First Baptist Church in Palmetto to build new $4 million welcome center. [Read More]
The Healthcare Distribution Alliance speaks out on distributors being named in lawsuits over the opioid crisis. [Read More]
The Bradenton Woman's Club raised the necessary funds to repair the roof and century-old original wood floors damaged by Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
Fastsigns is relocating to 14th Street West in Manatee County as the long troubled corridor continues to see signs of redevelopment. [Read More]
Neighbors are unhappy about a massive garage built in their residential neighborhood but Manatee County says there is nothing it can do. [Read More]
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