Two Collier County men who were pulled over Tuesday in Marco Island are accused of stealing a personal watercraft and a trailer they were towing.
We have many different species of palm trees on Marco Island due to our favorable climate for their growth.
City Attorney Burt Saunders responds to criticism of his handling of lawsuits against the city.
Demolition has started in the Lithia Crossing Stein Mart anchored plaza for a Fresh Market grocery store.
San Marco Catholic Church Deacons Norm McEnaney, left, Mike Cristoforo, and John Minicozzi pose for the camera in this March 19, 2011 picture provided by the church.
For fourteen years Cheryl Toth, Physical Education teacher at Marco Island Charter Middle School has added an 'extra' lesson for the middle school students.
Generally speaking, we keep to a theme here at music notes. The subject of music has such a vast plethora of information that staying on topic is simple.
As temperatures continue to climb here on the island as we approach the summer months, so does the heat on our city leadership to start delivering on their campaign promises to move the city forward on issues that will impact the community operationally and financially in the future.
At Monday's Marco city council meeting, city manager Jim Riviere said that Robert Mahar, the city's chief building official, had retired, and electrical inspector Bruce Yakola had resigned last week in the wake of the recent DBPR hearings.
Around 9 p.m., a man flagged down a Marco Island police officer at The Esplanade shopping center, 740 N. Collier Blvd., and said he saw someone stealing coins from a fountain outside CJ's Restaurant.
Ovidio Ferrer, 50, of the 400 block of Second Street Southeast, Golden Gate Estates, was arrested Sunday by Collier deputies at his home.
Marco Islanders Tom Williams, left, and Don Farmer have recently published a pair of new books.
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla - It's the first of its kind in Southwest Florida and Fit Nation CEO Stan Douge is taking the fitness community by storm.
Submitted Rookies Bar & Grill will have its annual, golf outing with funds raised going to help 3-year-old Avery "Bug" McCaskill, who is battling Leukemia.