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Rooney talks flood insurance with Chamber

August 16, 2017 With reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) set for Sept. more »»

 
 
 
Nickel Ride seeks Fort Myers Beach base

August 16, 2017 Visitors and residents might soon have a new way of getting around on the island. Nickel Ride, a venture owned by Judah Longgrear of Fort Myers, launched in downtown Fort Myers Aug. more »»

Creating connections

August 16, 2017 Former staff sergeant Darius Brown knows how to take a weekend-long litany of joke. more »»

Town of Fort Myers Beach to start new parking violation program

August 16, 2017 The Town of Fort Myers Beach will be implementing registration holds on anyone with three (3) outstanding parking violations or one (1) outstanding handicap violation in mid-August. more »»

Jungle Golf hosts annual “Putting for Progress” fundraiser

August 16, 2017 Jungle Golf will host the 5th Annual “Putting for Progress” fundraiser now through Monday, Sept. . more »»

Beach Elementary staff paints “school of fish”

August 16, 2017 The Fort Myers Beach Elementary staff participated in a team-building activity Wednesday. Aug. 9, the day before the school year began. Each staff member got to learn to paint a fis. more »»

Town Council kills San Carlos Island parking negotiations

August 15, 2017 Negotiations between Fort Myers Beach town staff and the Florida Department of Transportation to lease parking under the Matanzas Pass Bridge are dead. more »»

Council won’t get 30 percent plans before next stormwater vote

August 15, 2017 In January, the Fort Myers Beach Town Council voted nay against funding a 30 percent survye and design plan for the rest of the island’s stormwater. more »»

Town solicits extra help for TPI application review

August 9, 2017 Planning consultant Bill Spikowski is elbows-deep into the Fort Myers Beach land development cod. more »»

Oh my 'guana!

August 9, 2017 If a visitor sees a four-foot long brown lizard slinking back into the mangroves at the Mound House, there's nothing cause alarm. more »»

3360 Estero cottage faces hurdles

August 9, 2017 The 3360 Estero beach cottage might be on the move again. Island developer Joe Orlandini moved it from its original location on Estero Boulevard to San Carlos Island in June. more »»

08.09.2017 Community Corner

August 9, 2017 08.09.2017 Community Corner   Through Your Eyes: Jillian Cain Professional photographer Jillian Cain of Fort Lauderdale spotted this elegant osprey catching its dinner in July. more »»

08.09.2017 Island Opportunities

August 9, 2017 08.09.2017 Island Opportunities When season is over, it's time for the locals to get out and enjoy the island's food and entertainment scene. more »»

Free mobile dental bus comes to Fort Myers Beach Aug. 7-11

August 4, 2017 Coming to Fort Myers Beach -- A fully equipped mobile dental unit with two operating rooms, providing free dental care to low-income adults. more »»

Shrimp tales in economic swales

August 2, 2017 For the second time in two years, Trico Shrimp Company isn’t sailing off to Texas for the summer season. more »»

Beerfoot 7's annual beach rugby tournament set for Saturday

August 2, 2017 Sun. Sweat. Grit. Fun. Fort Myers Beach will be overtaken with beach rugby players this Saturday for the 15th annual Beerfoot Beach 7's tournament. From 9 a.m.to 3 p.m. more »»

Tropical Storm Emily drenches Fort Myers Beach

August 1, 2017 Tropical Storm Emily, named Monday morning and declassified by Monday afternoon, was short lived on the Gulf coast. The storm made landfall on Anna Maria Island, in Manatee County, Monday morning. more »»

Congressman Rooney remains confident for federal Everglades funding

July 31, 2017 Southwest Florida got the first wave of Tropical Storm Emily Monday morning, but it was the perfect opportunity for Congressman Francis Rooney to show off a nearly-complete Everglades restoration... more »»

Lee County updates Matanzas Pass Preserve park plan

July 26, 2017 Fort Myers Beach's well-loved preserve will be sticking to the status quo. more »»

Alert: this is a drill

July 26, 2017 It's not every day rainbow-colored cereal is seen floating out in Estero Bay. But during the Ostego Bay Environmental Response Oil Spill Co-op, it's a common occurrence. more »»

Mound House program focuses on horseshoe crabs

July 26, 2017 The horse shoe crab has lived through a lot. With fossil records of the strange sea creature dating 450 million years ago, this arthropod was in existence before dinosaur. more »»

 
 

Portrait and figure art course August 19, 2017

An Open Session for all Portrait and Figure Artists will held this and every Saturday, from 10:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Robb and Stucky, 13170 S. Cleveland Avd., Fort Myers, sponsored by the Portrait and Figure Painters Society of SW Florida, Inc. more »

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Community News Poll

  1. Yes, and it should be as strict as Sanibel
  2. Yes, it should match the county regulations
  3. No, the beach's property lots are too small and the restrictions would inhibit property owners