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There’s still time to register for the 2019 Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk Fort Myers at Lakes Park

September 4, 2019 The community has the opportunity to run for a cause next month at Lakes Regional Park. The 5K run supports the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which was created by his family. more »»

Beach Baptist to hold a community Health Fair Sept. 9-13

September 4, 2019 Beach Baptist will hold a community Health Fair from Sept. 9-13. Opening its doors at 7 a.m. more »»

Dorian’s weekend impact minimal on FMB

September 4, 2019 While Hurricane Dorian slowly edges its way up the east coast of Florida after dismantling the Bahamas, residents on Fort Myers Beach enjoyed a quiet holiday weekend, as most people hunkered down,... more »»

Beach Baptist, town trying to resolve issues

September 4, 2019 A Beach church slapped with an $85,000 code enforcement lien for failing to fix alleged compliance problems dating back to 2016, says it is looking to have the fine levy imposed by the Town of Fort... more »»

Island Pancake House has a new owner

September 4, 2019 Breakfast on the beach might be a rare commodity in most parts of the country, but the Island Pancake House has a new owner and he wants to show visitors and locals alike what he can do. more »»

Stacie Krupa Gallery offers fine art — and a warm welcome

September 4, 2019 Art and Fort Myers Beach are the perfect pair. Stacie Krupa has been creating and dealing in fine art nationally for the better part of 30 years. more »»

Minimum wage boost concerns restaurant owners

August 28, 2019 Restaurant owners on Fort Myers Beach are concerned with a proposal would raise Florida's minimum wage to $15 by 2027. The proposed ballot initiative reads:  "Raises minimum wage to $1. more »»

Leadership Academies set to prepare freshmen

August 28, 2019 Freshmen students within the school district are becoming better acclimated with the culture of high school through a program taught by JROTC instructors, district officials say. more »»

Beach’s Moose Lodge donates 1,000 stuffed Tommy Moose toys

August 28, 2019 Moose Lodge 964, based on Estero Island, has teamed up with Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida for the second year in a row to donate 1,000 stuffed "Tommy Moose" toys to the Hospital... more »»

Beach’s Moose Lodge donates 1,000 stuffed Tommy Moose toys

August 28, 2019 Moose Lodge 964, based on Estero Island, has teamed up with Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida for the second year in a row to donate 1,000 stuffed "Tommy Moose" toys to the Hospital... more »»

Nauti Parrot holds All White Masquerade fundraiser

August 28, 2019 The Nauti Parrot hosted its first All White Masquerade last weekend and the charity fundraiser dazzled. more »»

A day in the life . . . Beach firefighters have many daily jobs

August 28, 2019 A day in the life of a Fort Myers Beach Fire Department firefighter is busier day than many might expect. more »»

‘Putting for Progress’: Fundraiser at JungleGolf set for Labor Day weekend

August 28, 2019 Mini-golfers, get ready to tee off this Labor Day weekend for a good cause — three of them, in fact. JungleGolf is again hosting its Putting for Progress Charity Fundraiser. more »»

Chamber to hold its annual Tapa Hop Sept. 19

August 28, 2019 Love the taste options of “small plates?” The Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce is offering an opportunity to try some new ones with its 17th annual Tapa Hop fundraiser to be held Thursday, Sep. more »»

Registration under way for annual International Coastal Cleanup

August 21, 2019 Registration is now open for the annual International Coastal Cleanup with numerous sites around Lee Count. more »»

Council mulls variety of budget subjects

August 21, 2019 Fort Myers Beach Town Council had its preliminary reading and staff report on the town budget for the upcoming fiscal year Thursday. more »»

Veterans join teams for annual Grouper Grapple

August 21, 2019 The popular 7th Annual Grouper Grapple was held over the weekend, with much fanfar. more »»

After-school program at Bay Oaks sees much success

August 21, 2019 Bay Oaks Recreation Center’s after-school program has been successful. They get anywhere from 25-35 children in attendance during school and closer to 40 during the summer. more »»

Some students turning to online education

August 21, 2019 Online school is definitely something new, even in an age where home school might be becoming old hat. more »»

Paula Kiker withdraws from County Commission race

August 14, 2019 Fort Myers Beach businesswoman Paula Kiker has ended her campaign for the Lee County Commission seat previously held by her husband, Larry Kiker, who died in April. more »»

 
 

 

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