A large fire on Edington Place in Old Marco caused significant damage to a vacant home under construction.
Front Page Stories
The search continues for a city manager in Marco Island, as five candidates have been selected for interviews in May.
Young actors performed in the play Jersey Fried Tomatoes by Gina Sisbarro.
Consultant Lyle Sumek is leading interactive particpation from residents to determine how Marco Island should evolve in the next twenty years.
This nesting season, a new adult male has paired up with Calusa, the Marco Island Nature Preserve and Bird Sanctuary’s adult female eagle. Bald eagles are a state and federally protected species. They are traditional to their mates and their nest throughout their lifetime. In Florida, eagle-nesting season is October through May. Currently, there are two large eaglets in the […]
India Fest celebrating the diversity of India took place at Cambier Park in Naples.
Marco Island Fire Rescue Foundation hosted a community Pancake Breakfast with the community and First Responders.
Craig Woodward writes about the shark trade on Marco Island in his column Coastal History.
This time of year one can find normally empty fields and parking lots suddenly filled with pointy white tents. Those tents bring all sorts of colorful art, clothing, paintings, photographs, jewelry, novelties and wares of all shapes and sizes as well as a variety of tasty treats to satisfy any palate. These shopping opportunities are very popular with visitors as […]
Taste of Immokalee, a social business created and operated by high school students, is proud to announce that its line of salsa and sauces has been selected for inclusion in the Publix Florida Local Program. Initially available in select Collier County stores, Taste of Immokalee expanded to include Lee County in 2018. By the end of May 2019, Taste of […]