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Friends of the Mound House to launch lecture series

October 25, 2017 Beginning in November, the Friends of the Mound House will host a monthly after-hours lecture series at the town's historic site. The first lecture is scheduled Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 5:30 to 7 p.. more »»

Crescent Beach gets $200,000 for renourishment

October 25, 2017 Lee County Commissioners voted Oct. 17 to approve an emergency renourishment for Crescent Beach. more »»

Tapa Hop rescheduled Nov. 14

October 25, 2017 If you're not on the trolley...you'll wish you were. This event got blown away by Hurricane Irma, but it's rescheduled. more »»

A freaky Friday on Fort Myers Beach

October 24, 2017 It's not every day you see clowns, pharaohs, princesses and dinosaurs in the same room. Bay Oaks Recreation Center was filled with local families Friday for the annual Fright Night. more »»

Lee Voter Freedom group wants open primaries

October 18, 2017 There's a new activist group in town. In Lee County, county commission races are partisan. Closed party primaries are held in August and general elections in November. more »»

Fluctuating blue, brown water on Fort Myers Beach the norm for coming months

October 18, 2017 There are freshwater catfish near Sanibel and the Causeway. more »»

Apartments, Aldi break ground on Summerlin

October 18, 2017 The corner of Summerlin Road and Pine Ridge Road will soon be home to the next apartment and commercial center near Fort Myers Beach. Dirt has been moving on the approximately 20-acre site. more »»

Fort Myers Beach Chamber recognizes veterans

October 18, 2017 Charley's Boat House Grill was filled with red, white and blue during the Fort Myers Beach Chamber’s October luncheon. more »»

Fighting fires with education

October 18, 2017 Fire fighter Rob Ponte strapped on his 80 pounds of gear for the first-grade class and spoke through the face mask to the first grade class. more »»

Q&A with Larry Kiker

October 11, 2017 We sat down with District 3 Lee County Commissioner Larry Kiker to get a status update on the county's goals for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 and see how it performed during Hurricane Irma. more »»

Contest opens for 60th annual Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival design

October 11, 2017 The Fort Myers Bach Lions Club has opened a community contest for the official design of the “60th Annual Fort Myers Beach Lions Club Shrimp Festival. more »»

LCSO detectives make arrest in 1998 rape case

October 11, 2017 Lee County Sheriff's Office detectives have arrested a Virginia man they say is responsible for a sexual battery on Fort Myers Beach nearly twenty years ago. more »»

Coffee and quality time

October 11, 2017 For people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and their caretakers, it can be an exhausting experience for both. more »»

Beach Baptist Farmers Market resumes for season

October 11, 2017 If you've missed your weekly walk through the vendors while sipping delicious coffee, wait no more. The Wednesday farmers market at Beach Baptist Church has resumed for its 2017-2018 season. more »»

Town starts 2018 fiscal year down three directors

October 11, 2017 There are a few empty chairs this month in Town Hall. more »»

House of the Rising Sun becomes Shark Bar and Grill

October 11, 2017 Fort Myers Beach's art bar has a new name and new owners, but it's keeping the same good vibes. more »»

Ostego Bay Foundation Inc. resumes waterfront tours

October 11, 2017 Shrimp to Fort Myers Beach is like Alaska King Crab to Alaska. more »»

Caloosahatchee Marching and Chowder Society presents 52nd annual Summerset Regatta this weekend

October 5, 2017 There will be parties, happy-hour events, great prizes, and lots of boat — just as there has always been since the 1960s. more »»

FMB Fire District approves budget

October 5, 2017 With much of the debate done at previous meetings and workshops, the Fort Myers Beach Fire Dept. Board of Commissioners quickly approved the agency’s 2017-18 budget Monda. more »»

Beach residents stunned by Las Vegas massacre

October 5, 2017 On a weekend where Southwest Floridians were enjoying a music festival featuring local songwriters, a music festival in Las Vegas was going on with the results far deadlier than anyone can imagine. more »»

 
 

 

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