Bradenton Times News Articles
Saying goodbyes always stirs the past, and retiring Manatee County EMS Paramedic Ronnell Dorsey gathered with fellow workers to hash over just how good the past has been having him on the team.more»
The 17th Annual Manatee River Holiday Boat Parade returns to the downtown riverfront Saturday night. The Bradenton Yacht Club will once again be the host for this spectacular event that draws thousands of people to the Manatee River each year.
A challenge for chili chefs and a feast for chili aficionados is coming to Anna Maria Island this weekend. The Bridge Street Sunday Market will host a Chili Cook-off, along with live music by the Tangled Mangos on Sunday.more»
A Saturday investigative piece by the Tampa Bay Times reports that homeless men are running concessions stands at Tampa Bay area stadiums such as the Buccaneers' Raymond James, the Lightning's Amalie Arena and the Rays' Tropicana Field without pay, which at least one concessionaire has said they were completely unaware of. Some say the legality of such labor practices in the area is shaky at best.more»
"Christmas in the Park", an annual holiday celebration at Palmetto Historical Park and the Manatee County Agricultural Museum, will be taking place on Friday, December 5 and Saturday, December 6.more»
Manatee County on Dec. 6 will unveil a new helistop that will allow helicopters to land at the Public Safety Center in the event of a disaster.more»
The 17th Annual Manatee River Holiday Boat Parade will be held on Saturday December 13. The Bradenton Yacht Club will once again be the host for this spectacular event that draws thousands of people to the Manatee River each year.
A recent listing of the "Most Caring" small cities in the United States by Real Estate networking site Movoto has the City of Bradenton ranking at number 8.more»
Local company Ehrlich Pest Control has reported what it calls a substantial increase in the number of Tampa-area homeowners' bed bug infestations. To help combat the tiny scourge, the company has offered prevention advice.more»
Buffalo Wings & Rings, a Cincinnati-based restaurant company with locations already in North Port and Port Charlotte, is planning to come to the Tampa Bay area. The chain would be competing for wing-lovers' fondness with chains already established in the area such as Buffalo Wild Wings, Hooters and Ker's Winghouse when one of its franchisees plans to open a restaurant in the area within the next two years. The chain has focused on catering to wing enthusiasts while offering a variety of other dishes, sports entertainment and a family friendly atmosphere.more»