There is no history here,” remarked a newly transplanted City of Naples employee in 2007. “If the Historic District is ever de-listed, all we’ll have to do is take down the signs.
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Charles Tebeau said nature made Collier County a part of America’s last frontier, with settlements all along the fringe of the county. Each of these settlements had its own unique economic, poli
Every year during March, thousands of events are held throughout the country to acknowledge and recognize the accomplishments of women. It began in 1980 as a weeklong celebration and by 1987 was expan
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In 1945, while in Everglades City to discuss the WWII Victory Gardens, Chicagoans Lester and Dellora Norris were invited to visit the Keewaydin Club on Key Island. When they learned about the financia