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FMB Library hosts presentation on the opioid epidemic

June 5, 2019 The Fort Myers Beach Public Library hosted a presentation on the opioid epidemic on Wednesday, May 29. The presentation was led by Registered Nurse, Alice Mack. more »»

More than 33,000 pounds of trash collected in four months

June 5, 2019 More than 33,000 pounds of trash has been removed from roadways, shorelines and communities across Lee County in the last four months thanks to Keep Lee County Beautiful and its volunteers. more »»

Summer feeding program begins

June 5, 2019 Lee County children who may not have access to a meal every day can eat free at a local park or school this summer. more »»

Are you ready? Hurricane season begins

June 5, 2019 The country’s top hurricane predictors are forecasting 13 named storms for the forthcoming Atlantic hurricane season -- which began Saturday -- a slightly below-average season in their estimate. more »»

Don’t have your storm kit? Sales Tax holiday in effect through Thursday

June 5, 2019 Residents across Florida will have the chance to stock up on hurricane supplies, tax-free, through June 6. more »»

Be rewarded to help remove the invasive lionfish

May 29, 2019 The Lionfish Challenge began on May 18 (Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day) and runs through Sept. 2 (Labor Day). more »»

Summer time is for the locals on Fort Myers Beach

May 29, 2019 You may not have the time or money to get away for a weekend this summer... more »»

Swale Reclamation Project under way

May 29, 2019 Fort Myers Beach is undergoing a Swale Reclamation Project of its side streets. A key factor to good storm water management is a properly functioning swale. more »»

Restaurant Week offers some Sizzle

May 29, 2019 Nothing brings people together like a good meal and a good caus. more »»

Effort to restore Fort Myers Beach’s arches gathers momentum

May 29, 2019 Restore Fort Myers Beach Arches, Inc. has just made unprecedented progress with the count. more »»

Lee TeleHealth, virtual care service, offered

May 29, 2019 Area residents and visitors can now access medical care for minor injuries and sickness from home, thanks to Lee TeleHealth, a virtual care service. more »»

Registration is still open for Chamber golf tournament

May 22, 2019 Spots remain open for the Swing into Summer golf tournament to be held at Spring Run Golf Club in Bonita Springs on Friday, June 7. more »»

The Mound House makes it onto the the National Registry of Historic Places

May 22, 2019 The National Park Service has just listed the Mound House in the National Registry of Historic Places. more »»

First samples collected in water project

May 22, 2019 The first water samples were collected Saturday for the “What’s in the Water” project, which will study any non-point source pollution coming from Fort Myers Beach and going into the Gulf of Mexico... more »»

Speed boat race returning to Fort Myers Beach

May 22, 2019 A speed boat race known as the Roar Offshore Race is returning to Fort Myers Beach in October. It is poised to be an annual event according to town officials. more »»

Mooring field expansion draws comment

May 22, 2019 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers.com The Fort Myers Beach Town Council discussed an update on the expansion of the mooring field Monday with some public comment, mostly against expansion. more »»

The Fort Myers Beach Town Council proclaimed this week to be Safe Boating Week

May 22, 2019 The Fort Myers Beach Town Council named two winners of the annual Mulholland Stewardship Award. After debating whether Tom Myers or Dr. more »»

U.S. Coast Guard Station hosts open house and safety fair

May 22, 2019 The U.S. Coast Guard station on Fort Myers Beach held an open house and safety fair on Saturday for National Safe Boating Week. more »»

Health care, education among legislative actions

May 22, 2019 As this year’s Florida Legislative session has come to an end, lawmakers have passed a series of bills pertaining to reformed healthcare and school choice. more »»

River District Food & Brew Festival this weekend

May 22, 2019 The Uncommon Friends Foundation will hold its first-ever River District Food & Brew Festival this weekend featuring unlimited beer samplings, as well as food and music. more »»

 
 

 

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