It’s Sea Turtle Time in Marco

Sea Turtle season is almost here, but are our beaches ready for them? Maria Lamb tells us about the statistics of Sea Turtle survival, the dangers of artificial lighting, and more, here.

Masks Help Save Lives

An inside look at the event that led to the distribution of 30,000 masks to the citizens of Marco Island.

Connections in China Leads to Acquisition of 30,000 Masks

The story of how one phone call helped one Floridan acquire over 30,000 masks for the people of South Florida. See the full story, with photos, here!

Technology Assists Building Department

A look at how technology is improving the work and duties of Marco Island’s Building Department.

The Wounded Osprey

Savannah Oglesby writes about her encounter with a wounded Osprey, in her column, Growing Up Everglades City.

Many Y Functions Continue Despite COVID-19 Crisis

Despite the COVID-19 outbreak leaving most businesses and community functions closed, the YMCA of South Collier continues to provide for its community. See the full story here!

Reusable Face Masks Distributed at Veterans Community Park

Check out the photos of the Marco Island event that led to the distribution of over 30,000 face masks and the volunteers who made it happen!

04-23-20 E-Edition

City Council to Consider Options on Allowing Marijuana Vote

The City Council of Marco Island discusses the issue of legalizing recreational marijuana. See the full story here.

MIA Students Use 3D Printers to Create N95 Masks

Students from Marco Island Academy come together to help their community during the Coronoanvirus outbreak. Find out how through the use of 3D printers, these kids are giving their community and medical professionals a fighting chance against the disease!