A crowd of about 1,000 is expected Monday for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in downtown Naples. The parade, in its 21st year, is hosted by the NAACP of Collier County and will run from 11 a.m. to noon. An after-party in Cambier Park will run from noon to 3 p.m. The parade begins at the intersection of Broad Avenue South and Third Street South. Floats will travel north along Third Street and east on Fifth Avenue South. The parade ends on Eighth Street South at Cambier Park.
Renee Sudler — a 91-year-old widow living alone — couldn’t afford to fix the fence that Hurricane Irma ripped down in her Naples backyard four months ago. Then a neighbor called the city to complain. Naples officials found a code violation with Sudler’s in-ground pool that no longer had a fence surrounding it. The city requires such fences to help prevent drownings like the one that killed an Immokalee 2-year-old last month in an apartment complex pool, despite that pool being legally fenced.
LEHIGH ACRES - Presley, a nearly 1-year-old border collie born on Elvis’ birthday, is eager to play. But first he has to do what his trainer wants. At a field here Thursday morning, Michelle Layton lines Presley up at the start of a pre-arranged row of six cans. Hidden in one of them is a knot of a human femur. Layton wants Presley to find the bone. She lets Presley lead her. He snoops the area around the cans and pulls the leash taut. He slows near a can marked with a white sticker.
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