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The Guardian ad Litem Foundation, 20th Judicial Circuit, raised $66,800 at its inaugural Voices of Hope Gala... more
When the first pioneers settled along the shores of Lake Worth in the late 1870s, they found a pristine wilderness and assumed... more
Ave Maria announces a line-up of free events open to the public this season. more
The CFCC recognizes the efforts of Collier County Public Schools and NCH Healthcare System staff during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. more
A group of concerned citizens from across the state gathered for a 36 mile “Defend the Sacred” prayer walk... more
After a tumultuous 2020, it may be more imperative than ever to strive for physical, mental and emotional balance. more
The Seminole village chieftain Cha-Chi faced a fateful decision on Nov. 7, 1841, one which would... more
This is a real TREAT for our readers during some tricky times. more
The Sunshine State has no shortage of spooky tales — ghostly pirates still guarding their treasures, spirits of suicides who haunt... more
After years of advocacy for change, the Seminole Tribe of Florida Repatriation Committee has received a revised repatriation policy... more
A new book, “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Immigrant Women Who Changed the World,” features Lupe Gonzalo. more
The second edition of the Homeowner’s Handbook provides updated guidance for Florida homeowners on disaster preparation and can help residents feel ready for approaching storms. more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reminds you to help protect both people and bears by securing garbage and other items that might attract these animals to your yard or neighborhood. more
After many residents and business owners in LaBelle experienced heavy rains and flooding on Sunday, Sept. 20, the subject of understanding climate change and how it affects Florida became the topic of discussion on social media and around town. more
Abby Green to lead service at First United Methodist Church of Immokalee more
Every home cook has a few go-to recipes, quick and easy meals the entire family will enjoy. more
Several faculty, staff, and graduate students volunteered their time in June and July to assist a food distribution project in Immokalee. more
Despite COVID, Lipman Family Farms successfully distributed 1,400 backpacks to the schools of Immokalee. more
From putting avocados on toast, adding them to scrambled eggs, smashing them up for delicious guacamole, and even making milkshakes with them, avocados are a unique and versatile food. These … more
By Samantha MurrayUF/IFASIn the early days of the pandemic, as bare grocery store shelves prompted concerns about the food supply, many became interested in producing more of their food at home. … more
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