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In recognition of Dog Bite Prevention week, take this quiz to educate yourself and your children about dogs that you do not know, and when strangers approach your dog. more

Parenting

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Parents can rest assured that homes displaying a teal pumpkin have non-food treats for their little trick-or-treaters or have allergies or or special diets that prevent them from enjoying the traditional candy treats. Here's how you can participate. more

So why in the world do I hate floaties? Aren’t they fun for kids, don’t they keep them safe in the water? My answer: kids also think that it’s fun to run out into traffic, and no, they do not keep kids safe. more

Health

There are many rites of passage for high school upperclassmen but probably none as big as prom or graduation. The months of April and May are considered “prom season,” for Naples seniors, a time where students get dressed up and dance the night away. more

Education

Before heading out for a bike ride with your family be sure to go over the basic rules of bicycle safety. more

Fun

Each year, fire departments respond to over 200 Christmas tree related home fires. Additionally, trees can fall over onto children and cause injury. Follow these steps to ensure safety during the holiday season. more

Holidays

Florida loses more children under age five to drowning than any other state. Learn multi-layered prevention techniques to keep your children safe by the pool. more

Health

Hot, sunny days are best spent outdoors. Take the kids swimming at the beach or neighborhood pool. Hike on one of the local boardwalks. Pack a picnic. Take a laid-back approach. But not when it comes to safety. more

Parenting

YMCA’s Splash Week Starts March 11

Registration is underway for Splash Week, a free water safety program for any preschool or school-aged child ages 3-12 in the community. The YMCA’s Splash Week program will be held at the YMCA the week of spring break in Collier County. more

Naples News Briefs

Registration is underway for Splash Week, a free water safety program for any preschool or school-aged child ages 3-12 in the community. The YMCA’s Splash Week program will be held at the YMCA the week of spring break in Collier County. more

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