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"Could newspapers regain public trust and earn the support of their communities with ownership committed to community service, editors who facilitate the community’s civil discussion of public issues instead of dominating it, and newsrooms that report the news with purposeful neutrality?" more
Steve Wieland was the love of Debbie Wieland's life and he lost his life to COVID-10 on Dec. 2. more
Forty percent of Americans — and a whopping 75 percent of young adults — are struggling with a mental health issue or drug-related problem... more
At this point each year, Southwest Florida’s philanthropic scene starts to explode with fundraising galas and special events. more
I’m looking for information about retiring and starting my Social Security very soon at age 62. more
Florida Department of Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an Emergency Order extending the choices for parents during the pandemic... more
Dear Rusty: I’m almost 59 and hope to retire from working soon. more
Dear Rusty: I’m 66 now and will be 67 in December and my question is this... more
With Florida’s COVID-19 positive cases and hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients on the rise, many mayors have called on the governor to implement a statewide mask mandate. more
Social Security Matters is a column where AMAC Certified Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor answers questions about Social Security. more
Dear Rusty: I have a big 65th birthday coming up mid-March and would like your advice on registering for Social Security and Medicare. more
I respectfully request that Congress pass the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act, H.R. 5434/S. 2602, in 2020. more
When we opened our first Love Life Cafe location in Miami, we knew from the beginning we wanted to treat our employees well. more
Tonight across Southwest Florida, hundreds of children will crawl into their cozy beds, pull up the covers and sleep comfortably, all thanks to one woman. Since 2001, Cynthia Shafer and the Bedz … more
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) on ranches and dairy farms represents tremendous potential to benefit the Florida cattle industry. more
Governor DeSantis just signed into law SB 712 - the self-proclaimed “Clean Waterways Act” - an ambitious misnomer for a bill that claims to be the solution to our mounting water quality … more
Immokalee Bulletin/Dale Conyers: Orchid tree is occasionally found growing in disturbed sites in the central and southern peninsula of Florida. It is native to tropical Asia but escaped from … more
By Jack Payne We have people going hungry within an hour’s drive of fields where crops are rotting. It shouldn’t be that way. The thing is, it’s a complicated journey from field to fork. The … more
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