September 8, 2010 RSS feed / Top News

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Arts & Entertainment News

the beat goes on

Percussion Summit sets the tempo for a new season of entertainment

If you hear the sound of distant drumming, don’t worry. More...

Antiques roadtrip: Arcadia appraisal day set for Sept. 11

The Antique Association of Arcadia will host its third annual Appraisal Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Last Chapter Coffee Shop, 15B West Oak Street, Arcadia.   More...

‘Texas: A Historical Atlas’

By A. Ray Stephens with cartography By Carol Zuber-Mallison (University of Oklahoma Press, $39.95)

When A. Ray Stephens wrote the “Historical Atlas of Texas” more than two decades ago, he was convinced that the relationship of history and geography could not be separated, so his book was a seamless blend of both.   More...

New shopping center coming to downtown

Mini-mall concept allows retailers flexible, affordable space

A two-story corner storefront in downtown’s River District on First Street and Broadway, formerly a thrift store, hasn’t been open to the public for years. More...

Business News

Disabled workers

workers

Norma Rodenfels is smart. So is Mike Schrider. More...

FGCU Small Business Development Center offers QuickBooks Seminar

Florida Gulf Coast University’s Small Business Development Center will host a four-week QuickBooks Simple Start Series from 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 10, 17, 24 and Oct. 1 at FGCU Main Campus - Lutgert Hall #4201.   More...

Upgrading your gadgets? Don’t open the drawer for cast-offs

It there’s anything that changes faster than the weather, it has to be modern electronic technology.   More...

Real Estate News

Harbourside Custom Homes

begins work on new luxurious models

Construction is under way on two new homes within Shadow Wood Preserve, a gated golf course community off U.S. 41 in South Fort Myers. Both homes are located in Cypress Bend, a neighborhood of homes built exclusively by Harbourside Custom Homes. More...

Home permits dip in August

During August, contractors pulled permits to build 17 single-family houses collectively valued at $5.1 million in unincorporated Lee County. More...

Free title requirement class available

Title Junction hosts a free Signature/Escrow Requirement class at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. More...