July 16, 2009 RSS feed / Top News

FDIC gives bank merger preliminary OK

Naples-bawed First National Bank of the Gulf Coast (in organization) has received preliminary approval from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. More...

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Sorry, kids ... IT'S NOT FAIRY DUST

Peter Pan' at Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre employs a pretty complicated flying system for the boy who won't grow up

W HAT MAKES PETER PAN fly? Thinking lovely, wonderful thoughts. A healthy sprinkling of fairy dust. And at least $10,000 worth of specialized equipment and training. More...

Audiences are getting hooked on 'Peter Pan'

The story of Peter Pan is a boy's fantasy of a "perfect world": non-stop adventures with no spaces inbetween, no rules, no responsibilities, just do what you want and hang out with your buddies. More...

Lucie Jenny MacCarthy's vision for music education will have a lasting impact on our children

One of the amazing things about giving is the lasting impact it has. And when the financial investment is made in education, its impact extends far into the future. More...

Rescue group seeks assistance with golden retrievers whose owners were murdered

.. How to help >>Phone: (239) 369-0415 >>E-mail: info@GRRSWF.org >>Web site: www.GRRSWF.org Rescue organizations routinely save animals from strange, tragic and unhappy situations. More...

Naples Gators will welcome Deion Sanders and NFL players

The Naples Gators Youth Football, Cheerleading and Dance League will welcome NFL star Deion Sanders and his Select Teams from Dallas Friday and Saturday, July 31 and Aug. 1. More...

St. Andrew's Society scholarship sends FGCU student to Scotland

The St. Andrew's Society of SWFL has awarded a scholarship for study in Scotland to Andrea McCrary, a student at Florida Gulf Coast University. More...

Beat the heat with an IDC seminar

The public is invited to attend the following free seminars at the International Design Center: . 2 p.m. Saturday, July 18: "Health from the Inside Out" Dr. More...

Business News

Retailers inventing incentives to attract recession shoppers

It's been a tough few years for the U.S. retail industry. More...

Stormy economy leads to recovery plan for targeted industries

Jobs tend to be a tense topic these days. Either you are employed and are doing everything in your power to keep your post, or you fall into the growing category of those who have been let go and are desperate to find work. More...

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