The Saltwater Cowboys Series continues into Part Three. See the full story here.
The Marco Island Foundation for the Arts is looking for nominations for this springs 2020 Artist of the Year! Looking to nominate someone? Want to know if you qualify? Find out how you can sign up by reading further here!
Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, Marco Island Academy finds time to begin consturction on their new building.
As the sea turtles make their way to Marco’s Beaches for nesting, we’ll take a look at the people watching out for them. See the story of Yesenia Olvera and her comrades: the Sea Turtle Monitors.
Coastal Breeze writer Steve Stefanides brings readers attention to local Marco Islander Donald Eugene Liston and his illegally parked boat.
We are definitely missing some of our favorite culinary hangouts with COVID-19, but fear not, your favorite restaurant is still vibrant and offering Takeout and Delivery. Find out more here!
The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a huge impact on lives, businesses, and education. Students who were ready for 2020 to be their big year, have had to settle for their graduations to be altered or even cancelled. However, three local Marco Island students are staying optimistic.
Travis and Jamie Lynn Pfeiffer recently went to the alter after having to scrap their original plans for a large and lavish, country club wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic.