The Most Read and Best Stories on the Sarasota Post in 2017

The Most Read and Best Stories on the Sarasota Post in 2017

Yes, 2017 is coming to a close.  What a year!  The Sarasota Post is now going on 8 years old.  It’s hard to believe how time flies.  Here are 10 of the most popular stories from 2017.  There is some great writing here.  Take a look and Happy New Year from Sande, Laura, Shelby, James, Molly, Jodi, Vicky and Rose!

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• Paradise Lost, Commissioners Approve Aqua by the Bay- A Sad Day for Our Kids, Grand Kids and Great Grand Kids

Gregg Allman- The Midnight Rider Goes Home to Macon

Channel 7 News Anchor Hayley Wielgus Heading to Nashville

In Memory of Dr. Don Swerida, Laurel Road Veterinary Clinic

Did the Native Americans Hurricane-Proof Manatee County?

JR’s Old Packinghouse Café, Up From the Embers

Billy Rice, from Complicated to Uncomplicated!

A Cortez Love Story, Bob & Kat

Hurricane Irma has devastated some Local Musicians

Bob Slicker, GM of the Swordfish Grill and Tiki- Always Striving to be #1

See you all in 2018!

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