Employees working to meet the mission of the Collier Mosquito Control District are acutely aware of the vital role pollinating insects play in an ecologically healthy community. In order to maximize mosquito control and exert minimal negative impact on pollinators and beneficial insects, the District adheres to the industry’s best practices when applying mosquito control […]
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In this day and age of sophisticated prescription medications, many holistically oriented folks are turning more and more to home remedies, utilizing common herbs and spices to heal a particular condition. And with good reason: thousands of years of experience with folk remedies should be noted and revered. So, here is a glimpse of what […]
The Collier County Sheriff ’s Office has expanded its unit that handles mental health related calls and connects people with the services they need. Under the direction of Sheriff Kevin Rambosk, the agency formed its Mental Health Bureau (MHB) in 2016 with four specially trained deputies and one mental health clinician from the David Lawrence […]
Timely question for the New Year: What are the Top 10 milestones in Collier County history? I’ll take a shot at that, having lived in the area since coming to the Naples Daily News as a junior editor in 1979 and retiring in 2014 after 25 years as editorial page editor and TV host. To […]
Feeding the giraffes at Naples Zoo has long been a guest favorite. Now, that experience has a beautiful facelift. Naples Zoo is taking you and your family to new heights with an elevated giraffe feeding experience and viewing area for a face-to-face encounter with the world’s tallest animal! The upgraded area debuted to the public […]
by Gabrielle O’Boyle, Marketing Director, Healthcare Network Throughout the early months of the pandemic, Healthcare Network recognized the need to enhance resources for the community we have served since 1977. During the summer, we hired Julie Pedretti to serve as the COVID-19 community relations director through a grant from the Health Resources & Services Administration […]
by Noemi Y. Perez Kelly Garcia has big dreams for her future: The Immokalee eighth grader is interested in a medical career, either working with people or animals. But as a young student in the small town of Immokalee where resources are scarce, Garcia knows it will take determination, commitment and assistance from others to […]
On Saturday, February 13, 2021, the Parkinson’s Association of Southwest Florida (SWFL) will make strides toward helping members of the greater Naples community to live well with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Their 22nd Annual “Step Up” for Parkinson’s Walk will take place from 9:00 am-Noon at Baker Park in Naples, a venue that provides an outdoor […]
It’s a new year! Most of us are ready to get 2021 underway. Maybe you readily embrace New Year’s resolutions. If so, these often involve commitments to health and wellness, such as increasing levels of fitness/losing weight, or quitting bad habits like smoking. It’s not commonly known that January is National Blood Donation month, and […]
“Back To Nature” is the show at Phil Fisher Gallery from January 2nd to 31st, featuring paintings by five artists visually interpreting Naples’ natural environment. We are fortunate to be in Southwest Florida for many reasons, this year especially. The weather is ideal this time of year and there are many natural areas to spend […]