April 27, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

Humane Society adoption festival is April 29

The Gulf Coast Humane Society will hold its second annual Adopt a Shelter Pet Festival from noon-3 p.m. More...

Hodges University selects Thomas as new leader for nonprofit center

Noreen Thomas has been appointed as director of Hodges University’s Center for Nonprofit Excellence.  More...

Genesis G90 asks if $70K can be a bargain

BEHIND THE WHEEL

There is a place in the rarified air where luxury cars are about coddling everyone, including those in the back seat. These are flagship sedans because they are designed to lead the rest of the brand’s direction in comfort and indulgence. More...

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Real Estate News

U.S. existing-home sales jumped 4.4 percent in March

Existing-home sales took off in March to their highest pace in over 10 years, and severe supply shortages resulted in the typical home coming off the market significantly faster than in February and a year ago. More...

Homebuyers love what StoneCreek by GL Homes offers

Conveniently located near award-winning beaches and easily accessible to the dynamic downtown scene in Naples, StoneCreek by GL Homes is exceeding homebuyers’ expectations. More...

Talis Park’s Spring Luxury Home Tour this weekend

Kitson & Partners’ Talis Park community is holding its Spring Luxury Home Tour tomorrow and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 3:00 p.m. More...

Area veterans take part in ‘Telling Project’

America’s military personnel have found themselves in harm’s way in Afghanistan and Iraq for the last 16 years, their battlefield experiences documented for the home front through video, pictures and the written word. More...

Nonprofit cat rescue group seeks location for kitty café

Fort Myers could be the next city to offer cat lovers a fun and innovative way to meet and adopt cats and kittens. More...

FWC, partners relocating imperiled scrub jays to increase populations

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and Florida Forest Service, is relocating Florida scrub jays to increase this threatened species’ populations on public lands.  More...

Bluegrass, Brew and BBQ to benefit Operation Open Arms

Matanzas on the Bay on Fort Myers Beach will host its Bluegrass, Brew and BBQ event from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. More...

Business News

Home Watchers

Employing good professionals can make the difference between owning a seasonal dream home or facing a costly nightmare

AH, THE DAYS OF “SEASON” HAVE FLOWN. So, too, have many of our beloved snowbirds, those part- time Florida residents who boost Florida’ s economy exponentially in our winter months. More...

Keep up the spirit of National Volunteer Week all year

BONITA SPRINGS AREA CHAMBER INSIDER

April 23-29 is National Volunteer Week, but I know we don’t need a dedicated week to help our community. Southwest Florida is full of caring people who willingly lend their time and effort to organizations all year.   More...

There’s a change in credit reporting that will likely affect your score

MONEY & INVESTING

If you are like me, you don’t think about your credit score very often. To be honest, I don’t even know what mine is right now. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

'George Washington's Teeth'

... and five other plays you’ve never heard of

Ask anyone about George Washington and they’ll probably tell you three things, only one of which is true: 1. He was the first president of our country. 2. More...

Rock the Fort

Phil Collen ready to create some ‘hysteria’

Def Leppard’s Phil Collen isn’t just getting older, he says he’s getting better. More...

We’ll go shooting through that scary silver tube

THE DIVA DIARIES

“Vacation  All I ever wanted  Vacation  Had to get away…” — The Go Gos   Vacations are supposed to be relaxing and stress free, but the planning that goes into one can be exhausting exasperating.  More...