Marco USPS Deserves to Be Saved

Letter to the Editor

In Letter to the Editor, Vanessa Grisko brings up the issue the USPS is facing because of Bob Rommel.

Marco Memory Project

The Marco Island Historical Society is seeking the public’s help to identify photos from Marco’s history in the Marco Memory Project.

Blue Moon Ghost Stories Part Two

The Beach Boy Chronicles

From The Beach Boy Chronicles, Tom Williams gives us Part II of his paranormal experience in Germany. See the full story here.

Annual Beach Passes Available to Residents At MICA

The Marco Island Civic Association is bringing back Annual Beach Passes for the beaches of Marco Island.

Marco Island Historical Museum Recognized as “Best of the Best”

The Marco Island Historical Museum has been recognized as a 2020 Travelers’ Choice “Best of the Best” award winner!

Message From the Kiwanis Club of Marco Island

The Kiwanis Club of Marco Island is coming back and resuming meetings. If you’re a member of the Kiwanis Club, or plan to be one, read the full article here.

Beach Clean-up and Wildlife Rescue

Sea Turtle Weekly Update

Sea Turtle nesting report for Marco Island and surrounding areas.

Serve Marco

On October 18, members of the Marco Church and the community are encouraged to participate in Serve Marco where there will be three scheduled events. Find out more by reading the full article here.

The Marco Players Presents “Born Yesterday”

  “Born Yesterday,” a Tony-award winning play takes place in Washington DC in 1946. This comedy-drama is about a vulgar, crooked dealmaker who hires a reporter to teach his ditzy girlfriend some social graces and ends up learning some hard lessons about betrayal, love and politics.   A play written by Garson Kanin, this story takes you back to the aftermath of World War II when Harry Brock (Joe Simonelli) and his girlfriend Billie Dawn (Jodee Bennett) were moving up in the […]

Legislature Provides Auto Repair Protection

Law Matters

Attorney William Morris discusses Florida’s Motor Vehicle Repair Act, in his column, Law Matters.