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Women’s Club birthday brings out big plans

January 16, 2019 The Women’s Club celebrated 55 years in their current location on Sterling Avenue last Friday, and they announced ambitious plans for the future. more »»

Florida Southwestern State College opens fifth location in Southwest Florida

January 16, 2019 On Monday morning, Florida Southwestern State College opened its fifth location in Southwest Florida. more »»

Strategic planning begins for Newton Beach Park

January 16, 2019 A beach park with history is set for a long-awaited upgrade. more »»

County to overhaul popular beach accesses

January 16, 2019 Southwest Florida's most used beach accesses could get a remodel late this year. Lee County has planned a major redesign of the four beach accesses at Lynn Hall Memorial Park. more »»

Strides for Education 5K to step off Feb. 2

January 16, 2019 The community has the opportunity to support the Take Stock in Children program, while getting their 3. more »»

Florida Highway Patrol urges drivers to ‘move over’

January 16, 2019 Being a trooper for the Florida Highway Patrol is a dangerous job, with the toughest part, perhaps, being avoiding oncoming vehicles during a traffic stop. more »»

Vice Mayor unveils potential road design for island entrance

January 10, 2019 Councilmembers on Fort Myers Beach hit the ground running at their first meeting of the year with a big ide. more »»

What to watch in 2019

January 9, 2019 It’s a new year, and if the Town of Fort Myers Beach had resolutions, they would probably have something to do with construction and clean water. more »»

Bayside Estates Flea Market moves to this weekend

January 9, 2019 The annual Bayside Estates Flea Market has been pushed up a couple of weeks this year to this Friday and Saturday. more »»

Town wins Hercules Drive pier case

January 9, 2019 Residents on Hercules Drive will finally get a new public pier, after a court case delayed its construction for more than a yea. more »»

Local DJs turn up the bass

January 9, 2019 In a music scene dominated by reggae cover bands and country music singers, a couple of local DJs want to bring the bass to Fort Myers. And no, not the bass guitar. more »»

Fort Myers Beach turns 23

January 9, 2019 There’s no better way to celebrate a birthday than free cake. more »»

First Environmental Symposium scheduled for Jan. 17

January 9, 2019 By JESSE MEADOWS jmeadows@breezenewspapers.com Want to learn about all things environmental? The Town of Fort Myers Beach is planning its first-ever Environmental Symposium for Jan. 17. more »»

Historic Society hosts talk on lighthouses of Florida

January 9, 2019 Do you know the history of your local lighthouse? Dr. Kevin McCarthy does. more »»

Lee County sees jump in flu cases

January 9, 2019 Flu season, which began back in October, has officially arrived in Southwest Florida with more than 310 cases confirmed during the week of Dec. 23, according to Lee Health. more »»

Bay Oaks has big plans, says goodbye to parks director

January 2, 2019 Fort Myers Beach’s local recreational center and pool could see big changes in 2019. more »»

Yesteryear Entertainment a Beach must-do

January 2, 2019 Miss the crooners? Old-school comedy? A local entertainment organization brings back the good old days of entertainment, everything from the music of Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra to the laughs only... more »»

Locals among DeSantis’ transition team

January 2, 2019 Florida Governor-elect Ron DeSantis has called upon two Lee County community leaders to hold positions on his Transition Advisory Committees as he prepares to take office Jan. 8. more »»

Art Association to unveil 100 new works

January 2, 2019 Local artists are hard at work making miniature pieces of art. more »»

Carvers create gifts from fallen strangler fig

January 2, 2019 A group of local carvers have turned a fallen tree into a fundraising opportunity. “We earned $750 for the Mound House. It worked out really well,” said John Franz, president of the Caloosa Carve. more »»

 
 

 

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