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For a vast variety of beach and wildlife viewing, nowadays it is imperative to keep up with the Joneses. In this case, the Joneses are

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As with all places civil in nature, Marco Island is governed in fair and reasonable manners. There are regular meetings covering topics that face the

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Picnic in the Park Posted December 11, 2013

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There is nothing like a picnic, is there?  Fried chicken, coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans, sandwiches and watermelon, all consumed in the open air.  It’s

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                 The A to Z of picking a boat excursion Captain Shaun Chute, Six Chuter Charters If you

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Why Did They End Up Here? There is evidence of ancient civilizations all over our great country and Marco Island is no exception. The people

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A Dog’s Eye View of Marco Island Posted December 6, 2013

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When planning your next visit, don’t forget that Marco Island is dog friendly! There are many vacation rentals that welcome your dogs as part of

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Truth is, there are a lot more than just ten thousand islands out there. As you are moving over the blue green waters towards the

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Chef Paul Schmidgall of Paul’s Paella keeps an eye on an early batch he made on the Farmers Market opening day, Nov. 6. / Quentin

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Photo by DAVID ALBERS, Naples Daily News David Albers/Staff – Dead mangroves sit in stagnant water along State Road 92 between Goodland and Marco Island

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