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The Harry Chapin Food Bank asks for help to fill ‘the turkey gap’

November 14, 2018 With Thanksgiving fast approaching, the local food bank is running far short in turkey donations this year. more »»

Santini Market returns for season

November 14, 2018 The Santini Farmer’s Market has returned to the south end for season, with more than 40 vendors. more »»

Rooney holds onto District 19 seat

November 14, 2018 Republican Congressman Francis Rooney was victorious Tuesday, securing his seat in District 19, as he defeated Democratic nominee David Holden. more »»

Voters approve half cent sales tax referendum for schools

November 14, 2018 The voters of Lee County agreed on Nov. 6 to pay a half cent more in sales tax to fund school infrastructure. A total of 138,529 (51. more »»

Rodrigues re-elected to state House seat

November 7, 2018 Rep. Ray Rodrigues easily won re-election in the District 76 state House race Tuesday night. Rodrigues, a Republican, garnered 64. more »»

FMB Fire District: Liszak, Bennett unseat incumbents; Raymond re-elected

November 6, 2018 Newcomers John Bennett and Jacki Liszak will replace incumbents Theodore Schindler and Carol Morris on the Fire Board, with Robert Raymond retaining his sea. more »»

Artificial reefs revive dead canals

November 6, 2018 In the midst of the worst water quality crisis Southwest Florida has seen in years, David Wolff has devised his own plan to clean it up: artificial reefs. more »»

State attorney: No Sunshine Law violation

November 6, 2018 Finding “it is clear there was no Sunshine Law violation,” the State Attorney’s Office will not file criminal charges against two Fort Myers Beach Town Council members. more »»

Marine task force pushes for fertilizer ban

November 6, 2018 Fertilizers should be banned year-round, according to the Marine Resources Task Force. more »»

Town Council talks zoning, trash

November 6, 2018 Zoning issues and Times Square trash collection dominated discussion at the first council meeting of November on Monday. more »»

Sea food for thought

November 6, 2018 Where do culinary art and environmental awareness meet? This was the question posed by the second annual Southwest Florida Sustains event last Thursday. more »»

Pups dress up for Yappy Howl-o-ween

November 6, 2018 “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs” was the winning get-up at the first ever Yappy Howl-o-ween costume contest. Pets and their owners gathered in their best ensembles at Nervous Nellie’s on Oc. more »»

Historic Society kicks off season with Florida Folklore

November 6, 2018 Have you ever heard of the Barefoot Mailman? Dr. Caren Neile wants to tell you about him. “There are several Barefoot Mailman stories,” the storyteller says. more »»

Local breweries, musicians band together to benefit OOA

November 6, 2018 The community has the opportunity to support active military through the Matanzas Craft Beer Fest on the Bay, which will feature local breweries, live music and food. more »»

4th annual Miles of Soul Music Fest to be held this weekend

November 6, 2018 A Fort Myers based business is holding an event this weekend to celebrate their anniversary, Veterans Day, and to raise money for Miles Ranch. more »»

Times Square pops with new paint

October 31, 2018 Times Square has a fresh face, but you’ll have to look down at your flip flops to see it. more »»

View classic campers and motor coaches in Estero

October 31, 2018 The public is invited to step back in time while experiencing what older campers and motor coaches looked like in the 1940s to 1970s in Estero. more »»

CELCAB reviews growth at the Mound House

October 31, 2018 The museum at the Mound House has just finished its third year of operations, with attendance, revenue, and membership numbers on the rise. more »»

Caribbean Cruise-in Car Show kicks off in November

October 31, 2018 The annual Caribbean Cruise-in Car Show, Salty Sam’s Marina and Parrot Key Caribbean Grill, will kick off the first Monday in November with some great giveaways. more »»

President signs Water Resources Development Act into law

October 31, 2018 The Water Resources Development Act that was passed by a staggering margin in the Senate recently, made its way to President Trump’s desk Tuesday afternoon and was signed into law—ensuring the... more »»

 
 

 

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