SUN PHOTO BY STEVE REILLY, firstname.lastname@example.org -- In May, Adam Hetherington, his brother Drew, and Skip Warmack, the primary owner, reopened the marina on Placida Road and Manor Road, at the mouth of Rocky Creek. The marina also serves as a docking location for Freedom Boat Club, whose members can reserve boats for a day on the water for a monthly fee.
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Thousands get treats at Dearborn Street Safewalk
SUN PHOTOS BY TIM KERN -- Carson Harvey admires his candy as he makes his way down a crowded Dearborn Street at the Safewalk.
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Jumbo-sized fun at Shrimptober Fest
SUN PHOTO BY ALISON POSNER -- Bill Gustafson of Bahama Bills in Alachua, Fla., works on hand-painted signs at Shrimptober Fest Saturday on the grounds of The Fishery Restaurant, off Placida Road in Placida. 'I'm making the world a little more colorful, a little more cheerful, one sign at a time,' he says is his motto.
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Driver hits Center for Sight building
SUN PHOTO BY STEVE REILLY -- An unidentified eldery driver was driven home by a Sarasota County Sheriff's deputy Wendesday after crashing into the Center For Sight office. She was not injured and the building sustaned minimal damage.
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Father-daughter team launches biz to help entrepreneurs
PHOTO PROVIDED -- Steven Brown and his daughter Kayla have launched Star Sniper, an incubator company that helps entrepreneurs, artists and inventors bring their ideas and products to fruition.
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New county ?Emergency Services director announced
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Quarter auctions help charities, local groups
SUN PHOTO BY CHEYENNE EMRICH -- Tiffany Timms shows off a 31 product during the recent quarter auction held at Olde World Restaurant in North Port. Another quarter auction is set for 6 p.m. Wednesday at American Legion Post 113, 3436 Indiana Road, Rotonda West. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Boy Scout Troop 198.
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Kaes Verhagen, 8, and his brother Kean Verhagen, 10, play with their toy planes at 7th Annual Aviation Fly-in Breakfast at Buchan Airport. The brothers are members of the "Young Eagles Program," which helps introduce children ages 8 to 17 to the world of aviation. -- -- SUN PHOTO BY -- TIM KERN, email@example.com --
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Founders see Hive as swarm of productivity
PHOTO PROVIDED -- Hive founders, from left, Dave McCarron, Anton Korzhuk, Eddie Lobanovskiy and David Kovalev (seated). --
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Heroin use doubles
SUN PHOTO BY ADAM KREGER -- Officials from local substance abuse treatment facilities, including Dave Thompson with Charlotte Behavioral Health Care, pictured here, have reported seeing an increase in patients seeking help for heroin use, which is in line with a national trend. And Thompson has noticed he?s seeing more young women recently.