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New Years Eve is a go

December 27, 2017 Everything will be the same as it always is for New Year's Eve on Fort Myers Beach. Just a few weeks ago the status of fireworks was uncertain, but everything is back to normal now. more »»

History and holiday

December 27, 2017 As is tradition, everyone made sure to buy a bag of rum balls at the Estero Island Historic Society's annual holiday party and bake sale. Society members gathered Dec. more »»

San Carlos Bay Power Squadron offers chart reading, boating courses

December 27, 2017 America's Boating Course The State of Florida passed legislation requiring anyone born after Jan. more »»

CMCS donates $8,900 to local youth marine programs

December 27, 2017 Each year for the past 52 years, the Caloosahatchee Marching and Chowder Society (CMCS) has hosted the Summerset Sailing Regatta. more »»

Capt. Matt Powell retires after 30 years

December 26, 2017 When somebody refers to law enforcement on the beach, it usually sounds something like this: “Captain Powell and the Lee County Sheriff's Office. more »»

Principal Planner Matt Noble resigns

December 22, 2017 The town's principal planner, Matt Noble, handed in his resignation Wednesday. Noble's name joins the list of others who have quit in 2017. more »»

Yesteryear Theater sets the stage at Historic Women's Club

December 20, 2017 Are you ready to travel back in time? The Historic Women's Club at 175 Sterling Avenue is in the midst of a major renovation, converting the former school house into a 60s' style speakeasy. more »»

Celebrate Christmas on Fort Myers Beach

December 20, 2017 Christmas festivities tend to culminate either late Christmas Eve or early on Christmas Day. more »»

Fort Myers Beach businesses buckle down for Segment 2's concrete barrier

December 20, 2017 The one-lane flagging at Lovers Lane is over, but for some, the struggles brought on by Segment 2 of the Estero Boulevard project has just begun. more »»

Mound House offers rest and relaxation

December 20, 2017 Kayaking quietly through the mangroves. Drumming in the sunset. Practicing tai chi by the bay. more »»

Santini Farmers Market to return to south end

December 20, 2017 South-end islanders will once again be able buy fresh produce and other goods in Santini Marina Plaza. more »»

12.18.17 Meeting Minutes

December 20, 2017 • Alcohol allowed: Two Times Square merchants spoke at public comment to request the town do as it’s always done for New Years Eve: lift the ban on open containers within the Times Square area. more »»

Highlighting the holidays

December 20, 2017 December is underway and cooler temperatures have arrived. It's time for holiday cheer. more »»

Singing for Santa

December 20, 2017 The Fort Myers Beach Elementary School held its annual holiday program Thursday — and this year they had a special guest. Santa Claus, Mrs. more »»

Wine on the Waterfront raises $6,500 for combat military

December 20, 2017 Wine on the Waterfront was advertised as a wine tasting event, but in Captain John “GiddyUp” Bunch's opinion, it was really a wine festival. more »»

You don’t have to go far to find a perfect gift for someone you love

December 14, 2017 Are you looking for something special that’s not so Ho Ho Hum to put under your Christmas tree? Look no further than all the savvy local businesses adorning Fort Myers Beach. more »»

Fish-Tale restaurant hosts Spirit of the Holidays

December 13, 2017 One of the island's newest restaurants' halls were decked out for the Spirit of the Holiday. more »»

Estero Island Taxpayers Association talks bathroom business

December 13, 2017 On a daily basis, Scott Safford has to tell people on the street that no, The Sea Gypsy Inn doesn't have a public restroom. “It's a serious problem,” Safford, the co-owner of the hotel, said. more »»

Cereceda opens new shop in Santini Plaza

December 13, 2017 Council member and entrepreneur Anita Cereceda is now managing three stores. She opened up her newest, The Islander, Dec. 5. Why? Because her mother told her to. “Pier Peddler is my father's store. more »»

Lee County to update community plans

December 12, 2017 Lee County is home to six municipalities. But it's also home to many unique, individual communities in unincorporated land. more »»



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