Photos by VONNA KEOMANYVONG

  • More than 30 people attended the Naples Daily News' 'Coffee & Community' event Tuesday, June 15 at the Sunburst Café located at 2340 Pine Ridge Road in Naples.
  • A panorama of the Sunburst Cafe during 'Coffee and Community' on Tuesday, June 15. More than 30 people packed Sunburst Café, 2340 Pine Ridge Road,  for the Naples Daily News event.
  • Community Publications Content Editor Leigh Tahirovic, right, talks with a reader at Marco's 'Coffee & Community' event. The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Pictured, from left, are Marco Eagle contributor Glenn Walton and Community Events Manager Mary Quinton. The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Marco Eagle reporter Quentin Roux says hi to the camera. The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Pictured, from left, are Daily News social media expert Chris Silk and Marco Eagle editor Bill Green.  The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Daily News social media expert Chris Silk and Community Events Manager Mary Quinton prepares for 'Coffee & Community.'  The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Molley is the second dog to ever attend one of our Coffee & Community events. The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Pictured, from left, are Marco Eagle reporter Kelly Farrell, Rob Popoff and Community Events Manager Mary Quinton. The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Pictured, from left, are Marco Eagle columnists Chris Curle, Don Farmer and Daily News social media expert Chris Silk. The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • The Marco Eagle held the first Marco Island edition of 'Coffee & Community' at Marco I-Net Cafe on Thursday, March 25, 2010. About 30-40 residents and two dozen staff members gathered for coffee, pastries and conversation.
  • Scott is the sound person for the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. He is seen here setting up the sound system for the state of the economy forum Tuesday held in the Community Room at the Naples Daily News’ headquarters off Immokalee Road. The panelists were Patrick Anderson, Hank Fishkind and Dean Stansel.
  • Participants begin to arrive at the state of the economy forum Tuesday held in the Community Room at the Naples Daily News’ headquarters off Immokalee Road. More than 100 people were in attendance. The panelists were Patrick Anderson, Hank Fishkind and Dean Stansel.
  • Daily News videographer Manuel Martinez sets up the live video stream of the state of the economy forum Tuesday held in the Community Room at the Naples Daily News’ headquarters off Immokalee Road. The panelists were Patrick Anderson, Hank Fishkind and Dean Stansel.
  • More than 100 people attended the state of the economy forum Tuesday held in the Community Room at the Naples Daily News’ headquarters off Immokalee Road. The panelists were Patrick Anderson, Hank Fishkind and Dean Stansel.
  • Marjorie Joder, who is with the League of Women Voters of Collier County, was one of the timekeepers during the state of the economy forum Tuesday. The panelists were Patrick Anderson, Hank Fishkind and Dean Stansel.
  • Daily News reporter Laura Layden blogs from the state of the economy forum Tuesday held in the Community Room at the Naples Daily News’ headquarters off Immokalee Road. The panelists were Patrick Anderson, Hank Fishkind and Dean Stansel.
  • Daily News Opinion Editor Jeff Lytle, center, was the moderator for the state of the economy forum Tuesday held in the Community Room at the Naples Daily News’ headquarters off Immokalee Road. The forum was sponsored by the Naples Daily News and the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. The panelists were Patrick Anderson, Hank Fishkind and Dean Stansel.
  • New councilors Jerry Gibson, Wayne Waldack and Frank Recker take their oaths from Judge Lauren Brodie at the top of Monday's City Council meeting. Incumbent Councilor Bill Trotter (not pictured) was also sworn in, and later elected chair of the council by a unanimous vote. Recker was unanimously voted vice chair. Both men were the only nominees for the posts.
  • A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Saturday afternoon after a car turned in front of him at Pine Ridge Road and YMCA Road in North Naples.
  • A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Saturday afternoon after a car turned in front of him at Pine Ridge Road and YMCA Road in North Naples.
  • A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Saturday afternoon after a car turned in front of him at Pine Ridge Road and YMCA Road in North Naples.
  • A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Saturday afternoon after a car turned in front of him at Pine Ridge Road and YMCA Road in North Naples.
  • A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Saturday afternoon after a car turned in front of him at Pine Ridge Road and YMCA Road in North Naples.
  • House decorations at 1232 Fruitland on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 1274 Apricot on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 1288 Laurel on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 548 Barfield on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 455 Quail on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 10 Acorn on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 831 Old Marco Lane on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 610 Lewis on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 900 Scott on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 425 North Collier on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 201 Windbrook on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 178 Hollyhock on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 1811 Dade on Marco Island.
  • House decorations at 151 Channel on Marco Island.
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The Marco Island Fire-Rescue Department extinguishes a car fire Tuesday evening on East Joy Circle. The driver of the Mercedes was on her way to the store when the engine caught fire.
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City Manager Bill Moss presents a proclamation to Andrew Guidry, an island resident and doctor who donated the parcel of land to the city where the new Marco Island Police Department building stands.
  • Lieutenant Matt Goetz gives a tour of the Marco Island Police Department.
  • Marco Island city councilman Mike Minozzi formally cuts the police tape that served as a ribbon Monday at the dedication of the Marco Island Police Department building.
  • Jeane Hilt got Mimi, her beloved Brussels griffon, back more than three weeks after she was picked up.

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