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This story is contributed by a member of the Naples community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Naples Daily News Florida Gulf Coast University's School of Resort & Hospitality Management will present the 25th annual Wanderlust travel auction and gourmet dining extravaganza Friday, April 4 from 6.m. to 9 p.m., on campus at the Herbert J.
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This story is contributed by a member of the Naples community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Naples Daily News Cynthia Hawkins, CPA, president of Wiltshire, Whitley, Richardson & English P.A., announced that Tiffany Claypool, CPA, recently passed the American Institute of CPAs examination and met the requirements to become a licensed ... (more)
After winning arguably the most dramatic and important regular-season game in their history, Florida Gulf Coast University's women earned the hugely important right to host throughout the Atlantic Sun tournament that tips Tuesday night.
A power surge knocked out the lights at Alico Arena on the Florida Gulf Coast University campus before player introductions on Sunday afternoon.
Even though former U.S. Rep. Trey Radel's no longer in office, his influence in the April 22 special election primary -- caused by his mid-term resignation -- can be seen on TV every night.
Their handiwork will go on display and be available for purchase next week at the 34th annual Marco Island Shell Show and Craft Sale.
Not all USC coaches are created equal ... at least when it comes to real estate -- just ask Trojan basketball coach Andy Enfield who just got rocked in Florida the same week Lane Kiffin made out like a bandit in L.A. TMZ Sports has learned Enfield took a $130k hit on his "Dunk City" home in Fort Meyers, FL -- where he lived when he ran the b-ball ... (more)
FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla.,- Extra eyes are on spring breakers tonight! Lee County deputies are ramping up beach patrol, as students flock to Fort Myers Beach to celebrate a week off from school.
A House panel Wednesday gave unanimous passage to legislation, HB 851, sponsored by state Rep. Janet Nunez, R-Miami, that would offer in-state tuition rates to students who are U.S. citizens, but whose parents are undocumented.
The Rotary Club of Bonita Springs Noon has donated to local nonprofits in the past three months, including $1,000 to Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, which promotes concepts such as financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship in the grade school system; $1,000 to the Rotaract Club at Florida Gulf Coast University; and $1,000 to ... (more)