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Restaurants, vendors and volunteers being sought for annual Taste of the Beach

April 17, 2019 Fort Myers Beach restaurants, vendors and volunteers are being sought for the 24th annual Taste of the Beach. Taste of the Beach will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

After Hours to share information about Roar Offshore Powerboat Race

April 17, 2019 Join the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce tomorrow for their April 2019 Business After Hours, as well as the Roar Offshore Kick-Off, at Coste Island Cuisine. more »»

Wave of Vitality opens on the beach

April 10, 2019 A new nutrition club opened on Fort Myers Beach last month to provide residents and visitors alike with healthy alternatives for their weight loss journey. more »»

Science officer appointment gets support

April 10, 2019 With water quality at the forefront of the issues to which Gov. Ron DeSantis has pledged remedy, actions this week continue to follow promises made along the campaign trail. more »»

Council nixes parasailing ordinance

April 3, 2019 A request to operate a parasailing operation off Fort Myers Beach died at its first public hearing Monday. more »»

Salty Crab Bar & Grill holds Rum Bucket Fundraiser through May

April 3, 2019 The Salty Crab Bar & Grill is raising money for the Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida with a Rum Bucket Fundraiser through May 31. more »»

Library reopens cafe after a year with no coffee

March 13, 2019 There's another reason to head to the Fort Myers Beach Public Library, and this one is edible. The Library Cafe reopened this month under the management of beach local Kevin Korant. more »»

Female executives share keys to success at 2019 SWFL Women’s Business Summit

March 6, 2019 Florida ranks first in the growth of women-owned businesses in the last decade, and women are especially dominating the non-profit sector in Southwest Florida. more »»

Local woman builds tattoo studio in paradise

February 27, 2019 On a Friday afternoon, the buzz of tattoo guns hum away in a tiny shop hidden in the corner of Seagrape Plaza. more »»

By water or by land: Salty Sam’s Marina is a boater’s playground

February 20, 2019 Picture this. It’s a beautiful day in Matanzas Pass, your boat is swaying softly on the water, and all your friends are smiling in the sun. But there’s one thing wrong. more »»

Planners propose hotel to replace Topp’s building

January 30, 2019 A proposal to redevelop the old Topp's building on Estero Boulevard was met with apprehension in council chambers last week. more »»

Fast growing brand brings Kava Culture to the beach

January 24, 2019 Will Fort Myers Beach get sucked into the kava vortex? Sisters and kava entrepreneurs Caroline and Jacqueline Rusher hope so. more »»

Coste new gem in Diamondhead crown

January 16, 2019 Food, beverage, experience. That's what the Diamondhead Resort is selling with their new restaurant, Coste. 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 »»

Local businesses give TPI feedback on co-living project

December 19, 2018 A growing housing trend could give workers on Fort Myers Beach an affordable rental option. more »»

County: trams to be stored at Seafarer’s during season

December 19, 2018 Lee County announced last week that it will not be storing its trams in the Park & Ride lot on Main Street, following pushback from some San Carlos Island residents. more »»

Children’s book donated to Golisano Children’s Hospital

December 19, 2018 A book telling the tale of a little red wagon was donated to the Golisano Children’s Hospital last week, which the Sanibel author hopes will calm the nerves of the youth admitted to the hospital,... more »»

Liki Tiki brings BBQ to the beach

December 12, 2018 The beach’s only barbecue restaurant is already generating a buzz. “It’s been crazy. Yesterday was our eighth day, so I did a little analysis. more »»

New fitness studio teaches corrective exercise

December 12, 2018 Janna Clark wants you to breathe. In a chiropractic exam-room-turned-studio, she is trying to undo years of incorrect form, trauma from injuries, and chronic pain caused by poor posture. more »»

Town OK's Lighthouse Island after debate

November 29, 2018 Despite numerous issues that individual members of the Fort Myers Beach Town Council had with the Lighthouse Island Resort, it still approved a measure Monday by a 4-1 vote to amend the zoning of th... more »»

 
 

 

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