The Marco Island Historical Society is seeking the public’s help to identify photos from Marco’s history in the Marco Memory Project.
The Seventh Annual Jerry Adams Chili Cook-off is returning to the Esplanade on Marco Island.
Tom Williams shares a fitting Halloween tale of the Ghost Crabs of Coon Key.
Even before Hurricane Irma hit in September of 2017, the City of Marco Island’s Building Department had labored under increasing permitting demands and tracking permits within their system. “Although we are a small organization, you cannot appropriately respond to our customer’s needs without the ability to see where the logjams are within our system. Improving that process and moving us […]
The Marco Island Fire Rescue Department (MIFR) and the Marco Island Police Department (MIPD) facilitated multiple classes offered by both organizations to nearly 40 associates of the Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort and Spa. Participants were trained in Active Shooter, certified in Crowd Management and CPR/AED First Aid. If you are interested in attending the above training classes, please call […]
The City of Marco Island had a full week of activities during the Florida Government Week.
Greenscapes Landscaping and Madeira Condo were issued a Notice of Violation for the following ordinance violations: Dune Protection, Vehicle on the Beach and Landscape Certification (Greenscapes only).
In 2018 the men who made up the VFW Post 6370 on Marco Island became the unwitting victims of the consolidation of their Post with that of one in Golden Gate. When they chose not to consolidate with that Post their Charter was revoked. The aging demographic of the Post did not want to make the 50-mile roundtrip drive in […]
Donna Fiala tells readers about the Wawa Ribbon Cutting and Collier County Museums in her column, Coastal Comments.
Steve Stefanides talks about the time flies in his column, More Straight Talk.