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Mermaid to close in next step of TPI progress

November 21, 2018 With the TPI development moving forward, the beach will say goodbye to the Mermaid Lounge at the end of the mont. more »»

Registration open for this year’s Christmas Boat Parade

November 21, 2018 It’s that time of year to decorate your boat and join others for the 30th annual Fort Myers Beach Christmas Boat Parade. “It’s magical. It’s so much fu. more »»

Holiday dinner auction to help Beach kids

November 21, 2018 The kids of Fort Myers Beach will have plenty under their trees this year, thanks to the work of a local charity. The Beach Kids Foundation will host its 19th annual dinner auction on Friday, Dec. more »»

Turkey Trot: Thanksgiving run to benefit Wellness Path at Cape hospital

November 21, 2018 Looking for a morning workout before indulging in all of the delectables Thanksgiving has to offer? The 39th annual Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk, put on by the Fort Myers Track Club, will take place at... more »»

ReFRESH Waterlines Project pushing forward

November 21, 2018 The town’s ongoing reFRESH Estero Waterlines project is transitioning into phase 3A this month. Phase 2 is nearly complete, with crews now working on restoring the roadways. more »»

Bingo night gets Nauti

November 21, 2018 “Drag queen bingo is an interactive sport. Feel free to heckle,” said performer Alyssa Lamay to a packed house at the Nauti Parrot on Tuesday night.  “It’s not like normal bing. more »»

Rotary Club holds bike helmet giveaway

November 21, 2018 A fourth grade class at Beach Elementary is a little bit safer in the streets now, thanks to the Rotary Club. more »»

Harry Chapin Mobile Pantry to make two more stops on beach

November 21, 2018 The Harry Chapin Mobile Pantry will make two more stops on Fort Myers Beach to help those still getting their feet under them following the water crisis that began impacting the area earlier this... more »»

ECHO hosts annual agriculture conference

November 21, 2018 Standing around an area surrounded by bamboo, an ECHO worker taught people how to make flooring out of the hard shoots, while nearby, others learned how to integrate trees on their small farms. more »»

Kindergarten pre-registration closes Nov. 30; nearly 800 students already registered

November 21, 2018 Parents who have a child turning 5 years old on, or before Sept. 1, 2019 have the opportunity to pre-register them for kindergarten through the end of the month. more »»

TALC holding donation drives

November 21, 2018 The Teachers Association of Lee County is holding multiple drives to help both the local community and those affected by Hurricane Michael in the Florida Panhandl. more »»

10-year-old crochets newborn hats; donates to Cape Hospital

November 21, 2018 After a Caloosa Elementary School fifth grader crocheted about three dozen hats for newborns, she asked her mom to seek a beneficiary for her labor of love. more »»

Sculptors return to take over sand

November 14, 2018 A world famous art competition will return to Fort Myers Beach this weekend for its 32nd year. The medium? San. more »»

Hands Helping Paws: Lani Kai bartender continues Thanksgiving tradition

November 14, 2018 Six years ago a new tradition formed after a server on Fort Myers Beach woke up wanting to give back one Thanksgiving morning. more »»

Schindler, Morris lose fire board seats

November 14, 2018 Two long-standing Fire Board members lost their seats in last week’s election. Theodore Schindler III, a retired U.S. more »»

Knights of Columbus host first dinner dance of season

November 14, 2018 Have you ever wanted to learn the foxtrot, or dance the jitterbug? Do you have moves you're itching to strut on a dancefloor? The Knights of Columbus of Ascension Parish will host the Turkey Trot... more »»

Low levels of red tide still lurking off-shore in Lee

November 14, 2018 Southwest Florida may have gotten a reprieve from red tide, but recent data shows Karenia brevis is still present in Lee County in low to medium concentrations. more »»

SFWMD extends sugar lease

November 14, 2018 As votes continue to be tallied in the intensely close Florida Senate race, Eric Eikenberg, CEO of The Everglades Foundation, has called for the resignation of the South Florida Water Management... more »»

Environmental Education Program to be held for fifth graders

November 14, 2018 By MEGHAN BRADBURY news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Shark Bar finds a new home

November 14, 2018 Shark Bar is back. The well-loved venue has found a new home on San Carlos Boulevard just down the road from its last location. Owner Denis Karda says they quickly outgrew their first venu. more »»

 
 

 

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