June 13, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Golfing events on par to keep on helping Immokalee students

NONPROFIT NEWS

The Immokalee Foundation’s Inter- Club Challenge is more than a golf tournament. More...

Food bank needs helpers

The Harry Chapin Food Bank needs volunteers to help sort, inspect and pack donated food. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and must be able to bend, lift and stand as they move food in a bustling environment.  More...

CLUB NOTES

¦ Toastmaster Academy presents Kathy Feinstein with a program about “Peak Performance: Professionally and Personally” from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, at the North Collier Government Center, 2335 Orange Blossom Drive.  More...

Special Sections

Arts & Entertainment News

PICTURES PERFECT

Third annual ‘Camera USA’ photography competition draws entries from across the country

IF YOU’VE HAD YOUR FILL OF ARTISTS TRYING TO CAPture the beauty of beaches, we feel your pain. More...

Celebrate summer solstice at Corkscrew sanctuary

Summer solstice is the theme for “Corkscrew After Hours” on Friday, June 21, at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. More...

Goodland artist will discuss the tiny island as her muse

Artist and Goodland resident Tara O’Neill presents a gallery talk about “South Florida: A Villager’s View,” her current exhibit at the Marco Island Historical Museum, at 2 p.m. Friday, June 21, at the museum. More...

BMO Private Bank director reflects on results of wealth survey

A bank that offers wealth management services to high net worth individuals has released the results of an online survey of 482 millionaires around the country. More...

It’s a grand old flag

Flag Day ceremony will include proper retirement of worn flags

Several Naples groups invite the public to celebrate Flag Day Friday evening, June 14, at the Collier County Freedom Memorial at the northeast corner of Golden Gate Parkway and Goodlette- Frank Road.  More...

Bright idea turns into an elementary school revolution

Think one person can’t make a difference? Think today’s youth don’t care about their community? Then you haven’t heard about the “Blue Jean Revolution” at Poinciana Elementary School.  More...

DAD’S DAY is on the way

Fathers come in all sizes, shapes and styles. More...

Business News

All that shimmers...

Cash for gold fever loses some luster

IMAGINE THE WORLD’S ENTIRE SUPPLY of gold (roughly 170,000 metric tons) melded into a cube with 68-foot-tall walls and sitting “comfortably within a baseball infield.”  More...

Japan cannot solve its many troubles

MONEY & INVESTING

Though small in area, Japan is very important and powerful in the world’s economic scene. It’s the world’s third largest economy, boasting the second largest equity and government bond markets. More...