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The Boy, the Bullets and the Enemy

Caught in the Philippines during World War II, young Billy Lowry served time in an internment camp. Now, at 79, he reminisces about his family and the war years.

'The Nix' Author Nathan Hill Writes A Mother's Day Gift

Never good at gift giving, the bestselling author hopes this Mother's Day essay will deliver the message she deserves.

Lee Health President and CEO Jim Nathan Stepping Down

Nathan first joined the hospital in 1975.

Best of the Gulfshore 2017: People & Projects

Our editors highlight the people who made the Gulfshore great over the last year.

SWFL Veterans to Share Their Stories in Local 'Performances'

The four men will be recounting their experiences as part of the Telling Project.

One on One: Wilson Bradshaw, President of Florida Gulf Coast University

“We are not where we want to be at FGCU when it comes to graduation rates.”

Valerie's House Opens Its Doors to More Children Through New Sites

The long-term grief support program started by Angela Melvin in Fort Myers has grown to Naples and Cape Coral.

The Unlikely Conservationists

How residents in Fort Myers Beach banded together to preserve a tract of land as a wild, natural space

Mayor for a Day

What our writer learned while shadowing Mayor Randy Henderson of Fort Myers and Mayor Bill Barnett of Naples

Dr. Emad Salman: Saving Lives with a Personal Touch

The medical director of Golisano Children’s Hospital brings warm humor (and a Mickey Mouse tie) to his job.

One on One: Michael Watkins, Owner of The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club

“It is our hope to always have a hotel on this property.”

Naples Man Plays Polo—with a Twist

David Partridge recently competed in his third charity elephant polo tournament in Thailand.
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