Steve Stefanides reflects on the history of voting in America, in his column, More Straight Talk.
There was a time in this country when every American knew verbatim the Constitution of these united States. I say united States because in that day (and when the document was originally written) united was an adjective not a noun. It identified the thirteen separate countries aka States united in a cause and form of republic governance bound together by […]
I hope our next City Council can hear better than our current one! Almost 228,000 people DEAD from Covid-19 as of today; more than 500 million sick; virtually every medical person with training in decease and viruses continue to repeat the same mantra—we can help stop the spread by wearing masks, exercising social distancing, washing hands, etc. The Collier County Commissioners, […]
One of the great characteristics about our nation is that you can come from modest means but rise to great heights if you put your mind to it, work hard and dedicate yourself and your endeavors to improving the lives of others. This last weekend, I had the privilege to share in honoring one such individual with whom I had […]
In Letter to the Editor, Craig R. Woodward discusses why he supports Becky Irwin for Marco City Council.
Donna Fiala writes about local happenings in her column, Coastal Comments.
In Letter to the Editor, Vanessa Grisko brings up the issue the USPS is facing because of Bob Rommel.
In Guest Commentary, Councilor Charlette Roman and Dr. Mike Savarese discuss the recent establishment of the Southwest Florida Regional Resiliency Compact.
The Coastal Breeze News presents a memorial for a fallen husband.
In Letter to the Editor, Beth Povlow discusses why she supports Rich Blonna for Marco City Council.