Newsmakers

How They Made Their First Million

You can’t help but learn from and be inspired by the success stories of these four local entrepreneurs.
Newsmakers

The Many Roles of Wendé Gilmore

The owner of Vamped Up Vintage moonlights as an actress, writer and costumer for the Seminole Gulf Railway Murder Mystery Dinner Train
Newsmakers

On-on-One: Anthony Solomon, Executive Vice President and Owner of The Ronto Group

"Honestly, naming things is the hardest part of the building process."
Newsmakers

Clyde Butcher: Behind the Genius

How Clyde Butcher’s feisty personality and discerning eye have propelled him to a place as America’s foremost landscape photographer.
Newsmakers

Prime for Innovation

How Southwest Florida could be one of the nation’s leading hotbeds of creative startups by young entrepreneurs.
Art

Life with Eccentric Photographer Mila Bridger

The high-energy artist is creative, quirky, fun, and full of love for people and animals.
Newsmakers

2017 Men & Women of the Year

Honoring those who have served the community with such distinction
Newsmakers

The Many Sides of Meals of Hope's Katie Schweikhardt

The warm and caring COO feeds the hungry as her life mission, but she has a competitive side, too.
Along the Gulfshore

Southwest Florida's Greg Asbed Awarded MacArthur 'Genius' Grant

Asbed is a co-founder of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers.
Newsmakers

Southwest Florida's Social Entrepreneurs

Meet some local entrepreneurs whose missions also aim to achieve social good in the community.
Newsmakers

The Naples Senior Center: A Much-Needed Respite

The Naples Senior Center offers seniors a place to socialize, take a variety of classes and get help with issues like dementia.
People

Hurricane Stories: Helping His Hometown

Self-described Florida Cracker Jeff Hornsby helped organize relief efforts after the hurricane.
People

Hurricane Stories: Finding Peace During a Storm

Angel Duncan and Joseph Kramp waited out Hurricane Irma in a small Georgia town.
People

Hurricane Stories: Picking Up the Tab

A regular customer at Skip One Seafood treated visiting lineman to dinner.
People

Hurricane Stories: Surviving and Rebuilding

After fleeing in the eye of the storm, Miguel and Kathryn Cintron are rebuilding their lives with help from the community.