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Dying Mangroves to Have Water Flows Restored


The City of Marco Island takes its focus on the state of South Florida’s mangroves.

City Recognizes Marco In Bloom Winners


  It was a happy occasion at City Hall as the city’s Beautification Advisory Committee presented the 2021 Marco in Bloom Landscape Awards on Wednesday, May 5 in the Community Meeting Room. Owners or representatives of five of the winners were presented their beautiful yard signs from Maria Tobin of the Beautification Committee. The contest is promoted by the Beautification Advisory […]

FWC Releases 2020 Boating Accident Statistical Report


The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has just released the Boating Accident Statistical Report from 2020 in order to encourage boating safety.

Beach News from Tip to Tip


Coastal Breeze writer Maria Lamb brings the latest news on the Beachfronts of Marco Island.

May Crowning Ceremony at San Marco Catholic Church


The Catholic Council of Women presented their Traditional May Crowning Ceremony, honoring Our Most Blessed Mother, on this Mother’s Day, May 9, 2021. The May devotions were energized by the four authenticated apparitions of our Blessed Mother. In 1830 Mary appeared to St. Catherine Laboure at Paris, France and instructed her to have the Miraculous Medal struck with the inscription, […]

Time for Tulsa

Pam Filbin Retires After 23 years

Pam Filbin of the Mother’s Morning Out for the Wesley United Methodist Church has announced her retirement.

The Isles of Capri is a Happening Place -Times Three

Rumination from the Rock and Beyond

Jory Westberry discusses the recent hppenings at the Isles of Capri, in her column Ruminations From the Rock and Beyond.

Naples’ Fitness Challenge Triathlon’s Farewell Event at the Naples Beach Hotel


The Coastal Breeze News bids a strong farewell to American Astronaut Michael Collins.

Latest from Kiwanis Club


  Kiwanis Club of Marco Island members enjoyed a wonderful speaker program arranged by member Dr. Kathleen Reynolds. On March 11, Sara Wolfe, President of Calusa Garden Club, formed in 1982, gave an interesting talk about the organizations many programs, including the Calusa Park Butterfly Garden. On March 18, Becky Irwin, a licensed real estate broker, Master Naturalist, member of […]

Going Wild with Florida Native Plants


Maria Lamb shares some inside gardening info about Florida native plants.


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