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Doc Fords, Dixie Fish are skipping the straws

May 30, 2018 The Town of Fort Myers Beach passed its plastic straw ban last year as a step to reduce microplastic pollution on the island. Now, two businesses across the bridge are jumping on board. more »»

Best Western Plus Beach Resort receives corporate award

May 30, 2018 The Best Western Plus Beach Resort on Fort Myers Beach received the Champion RevPAR Award at Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ District IV Meeting held recently in Orlando. more »»

Be part of a world record: largest human seashell

May 23, 2018 The Lee County Visitors and Convention Bureau is on a mission to get Lee County in the record book. more »»

EITA airs out code enforcement woes

May 22, 2018 Mold. A parking spot with two feet of right-of-way included. A broken garage door that had been blown in by Hurricane Irma. more »»

Parent, teen app could help reduce distracted driving

May 22, 2018 You're driving. You hear that “ding” or buzz of a text message. more »»

It's official: TPI-FMB approved unanimously

May 21, 2018 Fort Myers Beach resident Ellen Vaughan couldn’t attend Monday’s meeting.  But she made sure everyone knew she was there in spirit. more »»

Eden Oak hearing delayed

May 18, 2018 A development on Shell Point Boulevard was granted a continuance request after receiving a negative staff review. more »»

Fort Myers Beach Art Association Summer Show shows off creativity, offers fine art from Shell Mound Boulevard

May 17, 2018 The creativity at the Fort Myers Beach Art Association doesn’t wan during the summer month. more »»

Lee County Sheriff's Office to host mass casualty public training

May 17, 2018 School. Church. The movies. These are all locations in which mass shooting have occurred in recent years. more »»

Out of the woodwork

May 16, 2018 The strangler fig at the Mound House took a hard hit during Hurricane Irma. The oldest section of the tree weakened with the force of the wind, and it split from the trunk and fell. more »»

Estero Boulevard, deliveries discussed

May 16, 2018 When a Fort Myers Beach Town Council planning session takes four hours, you know they had a lot to talk abou. more »»

Lani Kai sues Town of Fort Myers Beach, neighboring businesses

May 16, 2018 The Lani Kai Island Resort has taken action against the Town of Fort Myers and three neighboring establishments by suing both entities over parking regulations, liquor and business expansion and... more »»

Cereceda discusses Beach’s beginnings at Chamber lunch

May 16, 2018 Town council member Anita Cereceda has been involved in the town of Fort Myers Beach since its incorporation, including being the town’s first mayor. more »»

Bay Oaks set to reopen after floor install

May 16, 2018 After being closed for close to a month due to a floor installation, the Bay Oaks Recreation Center will be ready to reopen, and it’s looking for your help to make it even better. more »»

Marine Resources may push for bag ban

May 16, 2018 The Fort Myers Beach Marine Resources Task Force is considering a push to encourage a local supermarket to follow the lead of one of its east coast stores in banning the use of plastic bags. more »»

TPI returns for final vote

May 16, 2018 TPI Hospitality will return to the Fort Myers Beach Town Hall Monday, May 21. It will be the day Town Council will vote officially to approve or deny the resort-beach club complex. more »»

Bay Oaks to host bicycle safety event

May 16, 2018 In celebration of National Bike Month — and the popularity of bike riding on Fort Myers Beach — the Bay Oaks Recreational Campus staff will host a safety event Saturday, May 26. more »»

Community Foundation donates to local efforts

May 16, 2018 On Wednesday, May 9 the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation distributed $28,000 to both scholarship recipients and organizations in need that serve the Beach communit. more »»

EITA, Chamber host joint meeting on code enforcement

May 16, 2018 The Estero Island Taxpayers Association and the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce are joining to discuss code enforcement Wednesday, May 16 at Beach Baptist Church, 130 Connecticut Street. more »»

FGCU program makes homes for mollusks in Estero Bay

May 9, 2018 A Florida Gulf Coast University program is hoping to clean the bay, one oyster at a time. And it hopes to partner with local businesses and waterside residents to make it happen. more »»



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