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Fort Myers Beach firefighter sentenced to nine years

February 8, 2017 Stephen Reynaert, 28, plead guilty as charged to alleged sexual assault on a minor. more »»

Lee County Economic Development to host 2017 SWFL Women’s Business Summit

February 8, 2017 The Lee County Economic Development Office will host the 2017 SWFL Women’s Business Summit on Friday, Feb. 17, at Florida SouthWestern State College, Building U, 8099 College Parkway, Fort Myer. more »»

Historic Society invites public to learn about early Florida life

February 8, 2017 Find out about life in Southwest Florida from the 1880’s through the 1960’s. more »»

Fort Myers Beach Art Association announces shows, classes and awards

February 8, 2017 The spring juried art show of the Fort Myers Beach Art Association opens Feb. 13 through March 23 at the gallery at 3030 Shell Mound Blvd, Fort Myers Beach. more »»

Chamber launches business workshop series

February 8, 2017 The Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce has announced its upcoming new efforts, holding business workshops. more »»

Striding forward

February 1, 2017 Nate Gorham runs the beach early in the morning, before there are many people out. But he still occasionally runs into someone. more »»

Lee County talks comprehensive plan updates

February 1, 2017 It's still in infantile stages, but Lee County is easing into a comprehensive plan update. more »»

Mound House characters to take the stage

February 1, 2017 It's not every day you watch Captain Jack DeLisle, the Case family and The Man Whose Name Shall Not Be Mentioned scurry across St. Raphael's stag. more »»

Pier problems

February 1, 2017 In the past six years, Delmar Avenue's Jim Maxham has built three houses. But in the same amount of time, he still hasn't been able to get a small deck and two benches built at the end of his street. more »»

Fort Myers Beach seeks TDR program

February 1, 2017 The Town of Fort Myers Beach’s planning department is hoping to update the town’s language on density. more »»

Community Corner 02.01.2017

February 1, 2017 Community Corner 02.01.2017 Through Your Eyes: Gary Holt Ohioan Gary Holt caught sight of the Lynx setting sail for St. Petersburg last week. more »»

Roxie rolls out of Times Square

February 1, 2017 The colorful Airstream is once again on the road. The board of the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce voted to put the Roxie back to work on the travel circuit. more »»

Ostego Bay Foundation fundraiser set for Feb. 25

February 1, 2017 It's time for tea! Ostego Bay Foundation's annual Tea by the Sea fundraiser is scheduled for 11 1 p.m., Feb. 25, at the Ostego Bay Science Center, located at 718 Fisherman's Whar. more »»

Cleanup before kickoff

February 1, 2017 You can volunteer Sunday morning and still be ready for the Super Bowl. The local retailer location of Tunaskin Aquatic Apparel is hosting its second annual Beach Keepers Club cleanu. more »»

Business Briefs 02.01.2017

February 1, 2017 Investment group buys Beach Shell Inn SK FMB Group LLC acquired the Beach Shell Inn at 2610 Estero Blvd.for $2.1 million, or $140,000 per unit, for Beach Shell Enterprises LLC. more »»

Local residents attend inauguration, Women's March

January 25, 2017 It was Maria Stevens first time in D.C.and she is ready to go back again. more »»

Memorial benefit for island family Saturday

January 25, 2017 With the sudden, tragic loss of an island icon, the community of Fort Myers Beach is coming together in a time of need. more »»

MPO votes to halt San Carlos Boulevard study

January 25, 2017 The Florida Department of Transportation has spent 18 months of work and $1 million on its San Carlos Boulevard traffic improvement study, but the Lee County’s Metropolitan Planning Organization is... more »»

See lights? Pull to the right

January 25, 2017 It's 5:30 p.m.and you're struck in bumper-to-bumper traffic on Estero Boulevard. You've got a concrete wall to one side and a sidewalk to the other. more »»

South Fort Myers Beach residents speak against bridge replacement

January 25, 2017 Lee County is undertaking the planning process to replace the Big Carlos Pass bridge, but residents are wary their quality of life will crumble. more »»



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