FORT LAND

Latest stories

4m
Broward-Palm Beach New Times
South Florida Food & Drink Events This Week: Burger Deals, Tap Takeovers, and Local Seafoodthis week. American Social Three-Year Anniversary Monday marks the last day of
South Florida Food & Drink Events This Week: Burger Deals, Tap Takeovers, and Local Seafood
Broward-Palm Beach New Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
this week. American Social Three-Year Anniversary Monday marks the last day of American Social’s (721 E. Las Olas Blvd.,Fort Lauderdale) three-year anniversary. Available for the festivities is the “Three Cheers for Three Years” anniversary menu... Read more
42m
Naples Daily News
2 injured in small plane crash in EvergladesFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Two people were injured when their small aircraft
2 injured in small plane crash in Everglades
Naples Daily News / Posted 42 minutes ago
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Two people were injured when their small aircraft crashed in the Florida Everglades while attempting to make an emergency landing. A Broward Sheriff's Office spokesman identified the pilot as 52-year-old Kenneth... Read more
42m
National Catholic Reporter
Intergenerational grief on Cheyenne River Indian Reservationunder the Missouri River Bridge," said the 66-year-old Ducheneaux. "A little a
Intergenerational grief on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 42 minutes ago
under the Missouri River Bridge," said the 66-year-old Ducheneaux. "A little after, in 1958, was when they flooded our land." "They" were the Army Corps of Engineers. The land was the low-lying, tree-filled valley where the old agency, or... Read more
1h
CBS 19 Tyler
Erika remnants soak Florida as Tropical Storm Fred formshalf of the state through Monday morning. The rain could bring some drought re
Erika remnants soak Florida as Tropical Storm Fred forms
CBS 19 Tyler / Posted an hour ago
half of the state through Monday morning. The rain could bring some drought relief to parts of South Florida, such as Fort Lauderdale, which has only received 36% of the rain that typically falls there between May 1 and Aug. 30, AccuWeather... Read more
2065 related stories
1h
DNA Info
MAP: See Where 232 Affordable Units Will be Built in And Near Fort Greenebuildings this year, according to city data. The seven new residential buildin
MAP: See Where 232 Affordable Units Will be Built in And Near Fort Greene
DNA Info / Posted an hour ago
buildings this year, according to city data. The seven new residential buildings going up this year — most on city-owned land — include affordable components as part of the mayor's plan to build or preserve 20,000 affordable apartments this year.... Read more
2h
AllAfrica.com
Tooro Asks President to Stop TribunalTungwaho claims that the committee headed by Bishop Reuben Kisembo has deviated
Tooro Asks President to Stop Tribunal
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
Tungwaho claims that the committee headed by Bishop Reuben Kisembo has deviated from what was agreed upon. While in Fort Portal last month, President Museveni met the rival factions and proposed the setting up of a tribunal composed of... Read more
3h
Daily Telegraph
Hyderabad, India: on the trail of the White Mughalsof the state, and the dispersal of the wealth of the Nizam, is one of the 20th
Hyderabad, India: on the trail of the White Mughals
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
of the state, and the dispersal of the wealth of the Nizam, is one of the 20th century’s most dramatic reversals of fortunes. After months of failed negotiations, India invaded Hyderabad in 1948, replacing the Nizam’s autocratic and... Read more
8h
The Daily Sentinel
Searches for lost mine stirred up deadly conflictswell into the 20th century, even though Navajo leaders such as Hoskininni made
Searches for lost mine stirred up deadly conflicts
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 8 hours ago
well into the 20th century, even though Navajo leaders such as Hoskininni made it clear that searching for silver on their land was forbidden. The men weren’t entirely forgotten. In Monument Valley Navajo Park — the famed scenery of many John Ford... Read more
10h
TribLIVE
Erika wanes as Tropical Storm Fred forms in Atlantichalf of the state through Monday morning. The rain could bring some drought re
Erika wanes as Tropical Storm Fred forms in Atlantic
TribLIVE / Posted 10 hours ago
half of the state through Monday morning. The rain could bring some drought relief to parts of South Florida, such as Fort Lauderdale, which has received just 36 percent of the rain that typically falls there between May 1 and Aug. 30,... Read more
2065 related stories
11h
KTBS Shreveport
An uncertain future for Ft. Polk's horsesFort Polk, Louisiana is a sprawling, 240,000 acre army post where wild horses h
An uncertain future for Ft. Polk's horses
KTBS Shreveport / Posted 11 hours ago
Fort Polk, Louisiana is a sprawling, 240,000 acre army post where wild horses have been running free for decades. But that could soon come to a halt. The army wants them gone. It says the horse population has grown too big and is creating a safety... Read more
12h
Kiama Independent
Top cruise destinations: World's 20 most perfect ports to drop anchorduring your stay, something only a single Sydney hotel (the Park Hyatt Sydney)
Top cruise destinations: World's 20 most perfect ports to drop anchor
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 hours ago
during your stay, something only a single Sydney hotel (the Park Hyatt Sydney) can match. Last year, I sailed out of Auckland on Seven Seas Mariner and was also struck by the beauty of a city rather unattractive from its land side. The ship slid... Read more
18h
Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Makena property quietly sells for $41 million251A. State business registration records show that Project 251A was incorporat
Makena property quietly sells for $41 million
Honolulu Star-Advertiser / Posted 18 hours ago
251A. State business registration records show that Project 251A was incorporated on Feb. 20. Its mailing address is 745 Fort St., Suite 800, in Honolulu. It lists as its agent Barry Sullivan. Sullivan, an attorney with Sullivan Meheula Lee,... Read more
1d
The Register NorthJersey.com
Kelly: Going nowhere in a land of endless guns - Columnistsmurders in Virginia of Alison Parker and her cameraman, Adam Ward, galvanized t
Kelly: Going nowhere in a land of endless guns - Columnists
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
murders in Virginia of Alison Parker and her cameraman, Adam Ward, galvanized the nation – and, once again, raised the uncomfortable and bizarre dichotomy of a modern, technologically proficient society unable to keep its citizens safe from random... Read more
1d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Prep football Week 1 scores and summariesFlora 34, Swansea 24

Abbeville 55, Christ Church Episcopal 14

Aiken

Prep football Week 1 scores and summaries
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted yesterday
Flora 34, Swansea 24

Abbeville 55, Christ Church Episcopal 14

Aiken 57, South Aiken 34

Airport 42, Brookland-Cayce 37

Allendale-Fairfax 22, Wade Hampton (H) 8

Andrew Jackson Academy 28, Greenwood Christian... Read more

1d
The Buffalo News
Fort Niagara State Park project again in need of developerFive years after unveiling a proposal to spend $15 million to $20 million to tu
Fort Niagara State Park project again in need of developer
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
Five years after unveiling a proposal to spend $15 million to $20 million to turn three dilapidated, historic structures in Fort Niagara State Park into an upscale inn, an Amherst developer has withdrawn his plans. The state is expected to start... Read more
1d
The Gilmer Mirror
TSCRA Statement on North Dakota Federal Court Ruling on WOTUS - Fort Worth Texas – Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) President Pete Bonds today made the following statement on the North Dakota federal court decision on ...Fort Worth, Texas – Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) P
TSCRA Statement on North Dakota Federal Court Ruling on WOTUS - Fort Worth Texas – Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) President Pete Bonds today made the following statement on the North Dakota federal court decision on ...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted yesterday
Fort Worth, Texas – Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) President Pete Bonds today made the following statement on the North Dakota federal court decision on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Waters of the United States... Read more
1d
Fort McMurray Today
Nexen to comply with regulator's suspensionput Alberta's environment and communities at risk are not acceptable,” the stat
Nexen to comply with regulator's suspension
Fort McMurray Today / Posted yesterday
put Alberta's environment and communities at risk are not acceptable,” the statement read. Byron Bates, a councillor with Fort McMurray First Nation #468, praised the move but expressed concern for any workers that might be affected by the... Read more
1d
Knoxville News Sentinel
Dragons race downtown for clean watertrying to keep this thing together," Eskridge said. "We want to glide like swan
Dragons race downtown for clean water
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted yesterday
trying to keep this thing together," Eskridge said. "We want to glide like swans." Paddles were up Saturday at Volunteer Landing in Knoxville as the inaugural Downtown Drum, Dragon and Paddle Race kicked off. Two teams of paddlers in authentic... Read more
1d
WCTV Tallahassee
Football Friday Night Scores28, Sarasota Riverview 27, OT Brookwood School, Ga. 37, Maclay 25 Buchholz 48
Football Friday Night Scores
WCTV Tallahassee / Posted yesterday
28, Sarasota Riverview 27, OT Brookwood School, Ga. 37, Maclay 25 Buchholz 48, Eastside 13 Cambridge Christian 77, Landmark Christian 0 Carrollwood Day 22, Admiral Farragut 18 Celebration 49, Lake Placid 0 Clay 28, Fleming Island... Read more
11 related stories
1d
The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Business Notebook: Land clearing on Beaver Street for expresswaySeveral readers have asked about the large amount of land being cleared on West
Sunday Business Notebook: Land clearing on Beaver Street for expressway
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
Several readers have asked about the large amount of land being cleared on West Beaver Street between Halsema and Otis roads. That’s being done for the First Coast Expressway, which will eventually run from Interstate 95 in St. Johns County all the... Read more
1d
Manila Bulletin
Beauty and fear in the forbidden islands Tawi-Tawi, Basilan, and Zamboanga—do you dare tread the most feared places of
Beauty and fear in the forbidden islands
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
Tawi-Tawi, Basilan, and Zamboanga—do you dare tread the most feared places of the Philippines to see surreal beauty and experience rich culture? The tide is low, and a handful of Tausug villagers, who live... Read more
2d
WTVY Dothan
Florida High School Football Scores From Friday, August 29, 2015Central 13, Springstead 7 Brookwood School, Ga. 37, Maclay 25 Buchholz 48, Ea
Florida High School Football Scores From Friday, August 29, 2015
WTVY Dothan / Posted 2 days ago
Central 13, Springstead 7 Brookwood School, Ga. 37, Maclay 25 Buchholz 48, Eastside 13 Cambridge Christian 77, Landmark Christian 0 Cape Coral 28, Sarasota 21 Carrollwood Day 22, Admiral Farragut 18 Celebration 49, Lake Placid... Read more
11 related stories
2d
North Fort Myers Neighbor
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debategroups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted 2 days ago
groups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the municipalities of Clearwater, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Port St. Lucie and Tallahassee. Their findings, presented in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debategroups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
groups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the municipalities of Clearwater, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Port St. Lucie and Tallahassee. Their findings, presented in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Lehigh Acres Citizen
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debategroups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
Lehigh Acres Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
groups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the municipalities of Clearwater, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Port St. Lucie and Tallahassee. Their findings, presented in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
The Pine Island Eagle
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debategroups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted 2 days ago
groups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the municipalities of Clearwater, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Port St. Lucie and Tallahassee. Their findings, presented in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Florida Statewide High School Football ScoresCentral 13, Springstead 7 Brookwood School, Ga. 37, Maclay 25 Buchholz 48, Ea
Florida Statewide High School Football Scores
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 2 days ago
Central 13, Springstead 7 Brookwood School, Ga. 37, Maclay 25 Buchholz 48, Eastside 13 Cambridge Christian 77, Landmark Christian 0 Carrollwood Day 22, Admiral Farragut 18 Celebration 49, Lake Placid 0 Chaminade-Madonna College Prep... Read more
11 related stories
2d
CaptivaSanibel.com
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debategroups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 2 days ago
groups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the municipalities of Clearwater, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Port St. Lucie and Tallahassee. Their findings, presented in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
The Daily Mining Gazette
Kathryn Lockwood Brownand was consistently thoughtful and caring to all who knew her. She enthusiasti
Kathryn Lockwood Brown
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
and was consistently thoughtful and caring to all who knew her. She enthusiastically pursued her love of horses, pets, the land, and shared the bounty of her homes in both Michigan and New Mexico. She had a passion for saving historic places... Read more
2d
The Globe and Mail
First Nations in northern B.C. worry Site C dam will obliterate their heritageand honoured guests, and would flood the grave of his grandmother. “There are
First Nations in northern B.C. worry Site C dam will obliterate their heritage
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
and honoured guests, and would flood the grave of his grandmother. “There are lots of graves all over,” he said of the land that would be inundated by the planned reservoir. The threatened inundation of graves and other culturally important... Read more
2d
Balita
(News Feature) UK’s Globe Theatre brings ‘Hamlet’ to Manila as it marks 125th show in two-year world tourthe troubled young prince of Denmark in every country in the world since April
(News Feature) UK’s Globe Theatre brings ‘Hamlet’ to Manila as it marks 125th show in two-year world tour
Balita / Posted 2 days ago
the troubled young prince of Denmark in every country in the world since April 23, 2014, the 450th birth anniversary of England’s national poet himself. Aronson, who produced Hamlet in three countries: Costa Rica, Peru and the Philippines, said... Read more
2d
FOX 6 Milwaukee
Scott Walker: If elected, the U.S. would aggressively confront "radical Islamic terrorism"China’s abysmal human rights record. This is the result: the Chinese are aggres
Scott Walker: If elected, the U.S. would aggressively confront "radical Islamic terrorism"
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 2 days ago
China’s abysmal human rights record. This is the result: the Chinese are aggressively expanding their territory, building islands for military bases in the South China Sea. Beijing conducts massive cyberattacks against the United States – stealing... Read more
3 related stories
2d
Denver Post
Denver's EPS Doublet makes off-the-wall ideas come to lifewater and then tore it down in a single day. The company designed and built a
Denver's EPS Doublet makes off-the-wall ideas come to life
Denver Post / Posted 2 days ago
water and then tore it down in a single day. The company designed and built a life-sized replica of the Super Mario 3D Land video game in New York City's Time Square — complete with sound-activated trampolines and paint-spitting piranhas — to... Read more
2d
Spruce Grove Examiner
Skating on thin icefinal exhibition game, the 2015-2016 Saints roster will be in place. It all st
Skating on thin ice
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
final exhibition game, the 2015-2016 Saints roster will be in place. It all started with a series of scrimmages and dry-land training at the Agrena in Spruce Grove. Head coach Jason Mckee and his staff put the group of hockey hopefuls through... Read more
2d
Orlando Sentinel
Activists ticketed for putting Snowden bust on NYC monumentU.S. government collection of phone records, among other intelligence gathering
Activists ticketed for putting Snowden bust on NYC monument
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
U.S. government collection of phone records, among other intelligence gathering. He faces charges in the U.S. that could land him in prison for up to 30 years. So New Yorkers awoke to something of a mystery when a fiberglass-reinforced cement... Read more
2d
Baltimore Sun
Pasadena: Hancock's Resolution commemorates War of 1812 attackof Caulk's Field on Aug. 31, 1814. The Battle of Baltimore was the inspiration
Pasadena: Hancock's Resolution commemorates War of 1812 attack
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
of Caulk's Field on Aug. 31, 1814. The Battle of Baltimore was the inspiration behind Francis Scott Key's poem, "Defense of Fort McHenry," which later became the lyrics for "The Star-Spangled Banner," our national anthem. Hancock's Resolution is... Read more
2d
The Daily Sentinel
CHSAA lifts Rifle football restrictionRifle’s football program regains its postseason eligibility. Another violation
CHSAA lifts Rifle football restriction
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Rifle’s football program regains its postseason eligibility. Another violation of rules within the CHSAA constitution could land the program back on restriction or even suspension. By CHSAA rule, however, Rifle head coach Damon Wells must still sit... Read more
3d
Cape Coral Daily Breeze
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debategroups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 3 days ago
groups - police, fire, general and non-bargaining - with similar groups in the municipalities of Clearwater, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Port St. Lucie and Tallahassee. Their findings, presented in... Read more
5 related stories
3d
The Torrington Telegram
The Saga of Fallen Leaf (Part 1[The military and emigrants� lust for land, gold, and adventure weren�t the onl
The Saga of Fallen Leaf (Part 1
The Torrington Telegram / Posted 3 days ago
[The military and emigrants� lust for land, gold, and adventure weren�t the only forces that threatened the Sioux�s way of life during this bygone era. For instance, some of them were lured from their tribes by a fascination for the �white man� and... Read more
3d
The Morning Call
The Accidental Farmer4 foot," the Milford Township man said, dragging on a menthol cigarette as he p
The Accidental Farmer
The Morning Call / Posted 3 days ago
4 foot," the Milford Township man said, dragging on a menthol cigarette as he painted a vivid word picture of the moment a land mine blew up beneath him. "I'd slept on the damn thing half the night," he said, recounting how his Marine unit had... Read more
3d
The Monterey County Herald
Benefits of ISC running Laguna Seca outweigh negativesThis letter is merely an observation from an outside observer. The Monterey Do
Benefits of ISC running Laguna Seca outweigh negatives
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 3 days ago
This letter is merely an observation from an outside observer. The Monterey Downs project will use 550 acres of land; a small part of the 27,000 acres that make up the old Army base. The project’s detractors decry the destruction of... Read more
3d
Fort McMurray Today
Revisiting Métis historyhis cousin Dave Waniandy, Bill Loutitt told me the importance of the McMurray M
Revisiting Métis history
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 3 days ago
his cousin Dave Waniandy, Bill Loutitt told me the importance of the McMurray Métis canoe trip up the Athabasca River from Fort McKay to Fort Chipewyan. “The big thing that I see is, the relationships you’re building with other nations, whether... Read more
3d
The Advocate
Bell Helicopter says job cuts won’t affect hiring plans for new plant in Lafayettealong with disappointing first-quarter financial results. The Lafayette plant,
Bell Helicopter says job cuts won’t affect hiring plans for new plant in Lafayette
The Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
along with disappointing first-quarter financial results. The Lafayette plant, located on 14.5 acres of airport-owned land near U.S. 90, remains under construction. “In spite of the softening medium helicopter market, we have 350 orders for... Read more
2 related stories
3d
The Gilmer Mirror
9th Annual Farm & Food Leadership Conference: September 25-26 Bryan TX - Learning How to Change the Policies That Affect Our Food System CAMERON – August 27 2015 – The Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA) and the Council for Healthy Food Syst...Carpenter (Farmer’s Legal Action Group), Gracie Cavnar (Recipe for Success Foun
9th Annual Farm & Food Leadership Conference: September 25-26 Bryan TX - Learning How to Change the Policies That Affect Our Food System CAMERON – August 27 2015 – The Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA) and the Council for Healthy Food Syst...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
Carpenter (Farmer’s Legal Action Group), Gracie Cavnar (Recipe for Success Foundation), Cath Conlon (Blackwood Educational Land Institute), Brian Cummings (Eat Green LLC), Justin Duncan (National Center for Appropriate Technology), Erin Eriksen... Read more
3d
NBC 2 Fort Myers
Death investigation at Charlotte jailtoward Puerto RicoTropical Storm Erika pushing toward Puerto Rico Tropical Sto
Death investigation at Charlotte jail
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 3 days ago
toward Puerto RicoTropical Storm Erika pushing toward Puerto Rico Tropical Storm Erika continues to impact the Leeward Islands and will be moving toward Puerto Rico later tonight.More >> Tropical Storm Erika continues to impact the Leeward... Read more
4d
NBC 2 Fort Myers
5 things to know for Thursday, August 27Erika impacting Leeward IslandsErika impacting Leeward Islands The latest upda
5 things to know for Thursday, August 27
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 4 days ago
Erika impacting Leeward IslandsErika impacting Leeward Islands The latest update from the National Hurricane Center, released at 5 a.m. Thursday morning, shows Erika has strengthened slightly with sustained winds of 50 mph and gusts to 65 mph.More... Read more
4d
Denton Record-Chronicle
New partnership helps preserve natural areaof Whataburgers or frozen margaritas on the patio, but the Texas of prairie gra
New partnership helps preserve natural area
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
of Whataburgers or frozen margaritas on the patio, but the Texas of prairie grasses and songbirds that used to dominate the land before waves of pioneers and farmers moved west. “This is a kind of preserving of Texas heritage,” said restoration... Read more
4d
The Palm Beach Post
Sports & Recreationplace overall with four gold, six silver and five bronze medals. The event incl
Sports & Recreation
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 4 days ago
place overall with four gold, six silver and five bronze medals. The event included dojos from the United States, Cayman Islands, Antigua, Tortola, Canada, Venezuela, Spain, China, Trinidad & Tobago and Grenada. Fourteen PD Tequesta students... Read more
4d
The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Postcards from Normtaken in 2005 from Second Hill Road. Photo: Norm Cummings / Norm Cummings /Spec
Postcards from Norm
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 4 days ago
taken in 2005 from Second Hill Road. Photo: Norm Cummings / Norm Cummings /Spectrum Even those most averse to our New England winters would admit to the scenic wonder of the New Milford village center on Valentine’s Day as the Greater New Milford... Read more
4d
ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Visions drawing developers to Estero village centerRight now it's mainly an empty plot of land but village of Estero leaders hope
Visions drawing developers to Estero village center
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 4 days ago
Right now it's mainly an empty plot of land but village of Estero leaders hope this area east of U.S. 41 and south of Corkscrew Road will become the village center. "We want Estero to be known for its own identity so that's really what we're trying... Read more
More

People in this news