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The Lions Club will provide free eye tests, free glasses and readers for adults and children on Sunday, May 22, at the I-Tech Center... more
On April 3, hundreds of Immokalee residents filled the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses with cheerful chatter and joyful singing... more
COVID-19 vaccinations are at a critical juncture as companies test whether new approaches like combination shots or nasal drops can keep up with a mutating coronavirus — even though it’s not … more
A sheriff's deputy in Florida climbed up a balcony and plucked a 1-year-old girl to safety from a third-story apartment that had caught fire. more
Black and Brown, Latinx/Latine and Indigenous Peoples, new Americans, and migrant workers have been stewards of these lands for centuries. But, the modern environmental movement as we know it found its footing in the United States with the first Earth Day in 1970 and the founding of Greenpeace in 1971. more
After more than five decades, it is time to let go of Earth Day. Conceived by peace activists and initially promoted by international labor unions, it has been the focus of mass mobilization and awareness campaigns. more
— April 20, 2022 Pace Center for Girls, a nationally recognized model that provides education, counseling, training and advocacy for more than 3,000 girls... more
A smaller portion of U.S. children got routine vaccinations required for kindergarten during the pandemic, government researchers said Thursday, raising concerns that measles and other preventable … more
The Alzheimer’s Association Brain Bus will begin its tour of Southwest Florida this weekend... more
The Florida Department of Health wants to clarify evidence recently cited on a fact sheet released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human... more
Loud detonations are going off in the economy. When the debris settles, new realities will emerge. We won’t return to the status quo ante, although that is what politicians like to promise. more
This year, children’s books have gone green! With the nonprofit, BelieveNBooks, over 15,000 books have been donated to underserved children... more
Arthrex, a global leader in minimally invasive orthopedic technology, is hosting a hiring event to welcome jobseekers to join a growing company... more
Debt collection calls are something none of us ever want to experience, and quite frankly, in our world inundated with phishing, scams and frauds, it’s important to make sure the debt collection is also in fact legitimate. more
JENIN REFUGEE CAMP, West Bank (AP) — The journey of the Palestinian who opened fire at a street-side bar in Tel Aviv last week, killing three young Israeli men and sending the city into lockdown, … more
Louise Penta has pledged a $250,000 gift to The Immokalee Foundation to underwrite the cost of the sixth... more
Both Taste of Immokalee and its nonprofit entrepreneurship program, Taste the Impact, welcome new board members... more
The Easter Bunny is a much-celebrated character in American Easter celebrations. On Easter Sunday, children look for hidden special treats, often chocolate Easter eggs, that the Easter Bunny might have left behind. more
RCMA and more than 16 partners will present a free Super Spring Family Health & Resources Day for children and adults... more
Isabel Garcia of Lehigh Acres, executive director of Immokalee-based RCMA, has been named to the National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services. more
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