Coastal Breeze writer Maria Lamb discusses the birds migrating to Marco, and the importance of protecting them.
With the Thanksgiving Holiday approaching, the Christmas Island Style Committee is moving into high gear as they prepare a number of holiday activities for the island.
Despite the effects of the Coronavirus, the Joy of Giving will continue to give the children a truly Merry Christmas!
LUNAFEST, the fundraising film festival dedicated to championing women filmmakers and bringing women together in their communities, will be hosted by Girls on the Run of Southwest Florida in the comfort of your home from December 4 through December 5. This unique film festival highlights women as leaders in society, illustrated through seven short films by women filmmakers. The films range from […]
With Victor Rios’s resignation, the Marco City Council looks to fill his seat.
A group of about 30 volunteers dutifully and generously donated their time over the last 36 years putting on many of the Christmas events throughout the island. They have continued to plan for several events in 2020 which will allow residents to enjoy this special season during this unprecedented time where safety is foremost. The community Christmas trees, purchased by the volunteer committee, will be located at both Veterans […]
Paradise Seafood Market on Marco Island is the newest purveyor of The Singing Chef’s line of private label sauces. Get the whole story by reading the full article here.
A teacher from Lely High School is working on a special project. It’s not a school project, however. It’s a 1960s Shelby Cobra!
The Planning Board of Marco Island welcomed new members to the board as they dealt with a number of issues at their November 6th meeting.
The Coastal Breeze News takes a look at Debra Crine, an artist known for her realistic portraits of domestic pets and wildlife.