July 26, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

Adopt-A-Soldier campaign seeks donations for troops

U.S. troops in Afghanistan are the focus of the Adopt-A-Soldier project started last year by the Women’s Council of Realtors, Naples-On-The-Gulf Chapter. More...

Rookery Bay offers workshops

Landscape professionals and the general public are invited to three landscaping classes presented in August by the coastal training program at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. The sessions are:  More...

CLUB NOTES

¦ Toastmasters International teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of meeting locations. Guests are always welcome. More...

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Philharmonic Center for the Arts announces its 2012 - 2013 season

ANYONE WHO’S STROLLED DOWN FIFTH AVEnue South nows that facelifts are not uncommon in this town.  And now the Philharmonic Center for the Arts’ annual catalog has one too.  Designed in-house, the publication has a fresh, updated More...

Call to writers: The Florida Weekly challenge returns

Here at Florida Weekly, we enjoy telling stories. We love to find people and situations that speak to us. When we write, we strive to capture the essence of life in Southwest Florida as honestly as we know how.  More...

Library exhibit showcases works by Neapolitan Joe Chicurel

An eclectic collection of 30 works by Naples artist Joe Chicurel remains on exhibit in the Friends of the Library West Wing Art Gallery at Naples Regional Library through July 31. More...

Adults taking the plunge to learn how to swim

Although Bettina Whyte tried to take swimming lessons a number of times, as a child and later in college, it never stuck.  “My parents weren’t really water people,” she says. More...

Naples Municipal Airport earns Florida DOT award

The Florida Department of Transportation named Naples Municipal Airport the state’s General Aviation Airport of the Year for 2012. More...

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Friends, family and colleagues turned out to celebrate Tim Durham, deputy chief of the Collier County Supervisor of Elections Office, when he received the 2012 James V. More...

Shy Wolf Sanctuary steps up relocation plan, needs donations

Shy Wolf Sanctuary, Education and Experience Center Inc. More...

Business News

Gulf prepares for a

Cuban disaster

AMERICAN PROTESTS NOTWITHSTANDING, Cuba and partner Venezuela may begin drilling for oil from a Chinese-made deepwater rig late this summer within 120 miles of Key West, officials say.  More...

Gamechangers: deflation followed by hyperinflation

MONEY & INVESTING

The U.S. GDP is barely growing. Press and analyst reports suggest that the U.S. might soon face a deflation and hint that hyperinflation could follow. More...

State economists predict a lull in foreign tourism

Canada could be the bright exception

Economic woes in Europe will trickle across the Atlantic over the next few years as potential international guests stay home or see their native currency buy less once they arrive, a panel of economists has predicted.  More...