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The Marco Island woman whose fiance was killed in a freak accident this week is speaking out about the incident.
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Marco Island Utilities will be temporarily changing the disinfection process for the potable drinking water supply for the Marco Island Drinking Water Service Area.
Step outside and stray farm animals found on the streets are finding care at D.A.S. including two horses that are long-time residents.
Marco Islanders approved by the slightest of margins a straw poll to move ahead with building a new community center building at Mackle Park.
"Karma is the eternal assertion of human freedom Our thoughts,our words, and deeds are threads of the net we throw around ourselves."
Today, I'd like to pay tribute - "give props" for you younger readers - to the 111-strong NCH Physician Group, which has become by far the biggest group practice in Collier County from Bonita to southeast Collier County and Marco Island, and continues to grow in multiple ways.
A day of fun turned tragic for a Marco Island man who was electrocuted. Close friends identified the man as 49-year-old Curtiss Wold.
A 49-year-old man was electrocuted Monday in front of 1170 Edington Place in Old Marco around 3:30 p.m. when he attempted to move a downed Lee County Electric Cooperative electrical cable.
You may have taken one of Rinny Ryan's pottery workshops at the Marco Island Center for the Arts, or bought a piece of her pottery in the center's gift shop.
A Naples man is accused of shooting and killing an alligator last week. He told deputies he lost his cool after reading a book.
The Society of American Florists' 130th Annual Convention in Marco Island, Florida, earlier this month was a busy time for recognizing some key members of the industry.
This summer found actress and model Margaret Bishop hosting several shoots both on and off Florida beaches.
Have you ever seen a reddish egret dance along the shoreline to snag a meal? How about a great blue heron sitting trance-like on a mangrove branch just one foot above the water to catch a fish? Or an osprey swooping into the water feet first to grasp its prey? There is such a variety of bird life in the Marco area, and they capture their next meals ... (more)
Whether to replace the city's Code Enforcement Board with a magistrate turned out to be a difficult question, when five members of City Council met Tuesday, Aug. 12, for what they had anticipated as a joint workshop with the CEB.
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Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 05:25 pm
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