• Council To Continue Search For Manager

    City Councilors were not comfortable giving the thumbs up to the candidacy of the sole contender for the vacant position of city manager on Wednesday evening. They voted 4 to 3 in opposition of offering the job to Josh Gruber of Beaufort, South Carolina after almost 3½ hours of discussion and two days of interviews and a meet and greet for Gruber and his wife on Tuesday evening.

  • Camp Able Teaches Dignity Driven Love

    Most people wait all year to take advantage of their hard-earned vacation days. For Chris Vignes of Gulfport, Mississippi, vacation means a week spent volunteering at Camp Able on Marco Island.

  • Keeping Marco’s Beach Healthy is Easy as A-B-C

    The Marco Island’s Beach Advisory Committee’s (BAC) new educational outreach program, “A Kid’s Guide to Loving Our Beach,” was launched in August 2016.

  • JW Marriott to be World-Class

    Simply put, it’s the largest project of this magnitude ever undertaken in South Florida, and it’s going on right here on Marco Island.

  • WAVES IN MOTION | Photos by Joey Waves

    Joey Waves is well known for his striking, artistic photographs. Now the local photographer has brought his still photos of Southwest Florida’s natural habitat to life through animation.

  • Locals Love Mini Season

    Mini season is upon us, and many of our local lobster enthusiasts are busy making plans for the best way to catch some “bugs.”

  • Water Quality Front and Center

    When you first question a resident about the quality of their water, their mind immediately goes to thinking about the water they drink. However, for many communities throughout Florida and especially those that abut the many waterways, lakes and beaches, the emphasis has been shifted to the quality of the water they swim, boat and fish in.