Feature Stories

Deltona Duo Were Confidantes to Two of Golf’s Biggest Legends Part 2


A look at The Marco Island Country Club and the numerous faces that have passed through. From the Mackle Brothers, to celebrities, to famous Golfers, Eleanor Creighton and Barbara Klimas have stories to share. See Part 2, along with photos, here!

Stitching to Save Lives

Marco Islanders are using their sewing talents to make a dent in the critical shortage of surgical face masks for those on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic response. See the full triumphant story here.

Islander’s New Facebook Page Grows During Social Distancing


A look at Steve Lindburg and his Facebook page, Growing Up Marco Island. See the full story here.

For Those with Cabin Fever, Here’s an Outdoorsy Idea for You: No Cabins, Just Fun!

Rumination from the Rock and Beyond

Jory Westberry writes about the Canoe Outpost/Peace River in her column, Ruminations From the Rock and Beyond.

The Old One-Two Punch

Ask the CFP

Darcie Guerin discusses the demand and price drop of oil in her column, Ask the CFP.

6th Annual Treviso Bay Breast Cancer Week of Giving


Just before the social distancing to combat the Coronavirus hit, Treviso Bay held its 6th Annual Breast Cancer Week of Giving. See how things turned out by reading the full story here.

COVID-19 Impacting Fiscal Policy Within the State & Locally


The Coronavirus is not only having an impact on the health of individuals but also on the health of the economy around the State of Florida and here locally on Marco Island. See the full story of its impact here.

April Fishing Forecast in the 10,000 Islands

Follow the Fish

Captain Brandon Acosta shares the Fishing Forecast for April in his column, Follow the Fish.

City of Marco Island | Confirmed COVID-19 Patient

Collier County Department of Health has confirmed that there is a patient that has tested positive for COVID-19 who has a Marco Island address. Information related to specific cases is maintained by the Collier County Department of Health, and Federal law protects personal medical information from being released. Protection of public health requires that we continue to follow CDC social […]

Working with Cabin Fever


It’s no secret that numerous businesses across the country are closing for the sake of public health and safety. However, the work continues for those who have relocated from the confines of their office to their living room. Here are a few tips for those struggling to adjust to working at home during this outbreak.


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