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10.04.17 Shoreline Spotlight

October 5, 2017 Hurricanes are a part of life in Florida. Longtime residents talk about them like they were a string of poor romantic choices. “That Donna was a mean one, took my trailer and my dog. more »»

 
 
 
Editor's Note

September 27, 2017 Editor's Note: I'm a Missouri girl. We don't have hurricanes where I come from. So as the days crept closer, I had no idea what to expect from Irma. more »»

08.09.17 Shoreline Spotlight

August 9, 2017 Summer is the season of rain, hurricanes, nesting shorebirds, nesting Sea Turtles and, of course, the tiny and colorful Coquina. more »»

07.12.2017 Shoreline Spotlight

July 12, 2017 To me, it felt like opening a fizzy drink accompanied by the sounds of ahhh. It could have come when you walked out onto a relatively empty beach or just turning onto Estero Boulevard with eas. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of March 22

March 22, 2017 A clean bill of health! Daphne is healthy again! After a short bout of ringworm from being abandoned on the street, she is now fully recovered and can join a happy puppy family. more »»

03.01.2017 Shoreline Spotlight

March 1, 2017 We tend to think about the sea life we can easily observe like turtles, dolphins and fish. But these overt creatures are on the top of a complicated food chain. more »»

Prepare for election day

March 1, 2017 Fort Myers Beach Town Council elections will take place Tuesday, March 7. Polls will be open from 7 a.m.to 7 p.m. more »»

Community Corner 03.01.2017

March 1, 2017 Community Corner 03.0. more »»

Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s Fort Myers Beach office recognizes 2016 top performers

March 1, 2017 Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s Fort Myers Beach office, located at 7205 Estero Blvd. more »»

Locals prepare for 59th Annual Shrimp Festival

March 1, 2017 The beach's biggest bash is now only 10 days out, and preparations are already underway. more »»

Estero Island Historic Society hosts local author Woody Hanson

March 1, 2017 The Historic Society is welcoming the public to attend a free event with a speaker on a topic close-to-home: Estero then and now. more »»

Three docks get one step closer

March 1, 2017 The Fort Myers Beach Town Council approved Interim Town Manager Jim Steele's recommendation following a request for qualifications at its Feb. 21 meeting. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Oct. 26

October 27, 2016 This pair needs a home This is the story of two beautiful dogs named Doc (7-year-old Catahoula male) and Sugar Bear (10-year-old female white Husky). more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Oct. 19

October 20, 2016 A?petite little angel What else can you say but cute, adorable, cuddler and petite! This little guy was going to be euthanized after being in the Shelter. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Sept. 28

September 29, 2016 Sweet, shiny smooth Apple girl We generally stay local but when we heard of this little dog in a high-kill Shelter going crazy, stressed and shaking, we couldn’t refuse her. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Sept. 7

September 8, 2016 Forever Love with Pancho Pancho is a just a pup. He acts like one and has a lot of energy – and weighs only 11 pounds. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Aug. 31

September 1, 2016 Bambi needs a new foster Bambi is losing his foster parents next week. Please help find him a home. He is such a sweet boy, with one of the most interesting personalities. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Aug. 24

August 25, 2016 This is chihuahua adoption week at FAHGAH! Along with American Staffordshires, chihuahuas are the most euthanized breed in Florida. When we started the Rescue, one of our friends rescued many of them. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Aug. 17

August 17, 2016 Not a way to end his life This poor boy is scheduled to go to the Shelter if not rescued by the end of the month. We got a text from a lady who had to move and could not keep Spanky. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of Aug. 3

August 3, 2016 Champ’s sad story We got an email from the Shelter about this beautiful lovable dog, Champ, a 4-year-old neutered black Lab. He’s done well and has not shown any aggression towards people nor dogs. more »»

Pet Pals rescue column: Week of July 27

July 28, 2016 Precious Bruser: Lean on me! This little guy was found on the street. He was timid at first but quickly started to warm up. He is very laid back and loves to lean on you. more »»

 
 

 

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