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Residents protest changes to Park and Ride lot

December 5, 2018 Residents of San Carlos Island met at the Park and Ride lot on Main Street and San Carlos Boulevard last week to tie yellow ribbons around the trees in protest of Lee County's proposed changes to th... more »»

New beach fire board members sworn in

December 5, 2018 Two new fire commissioners and one incumbent were sworn in on Friday morning in front of an audience at the public librar. more »»

Making History: Subcommittee saving cottages, spreading historic recognition

December 5, 2018 The Historic Preservation Advisory Committee is ready to continue its work preserving the island’s historic structures. They held their first official meeting on Nov. 27 in council chambers. more »»

Lee looks to clean up beaches' Google presence

December 5, 2018 In the wake of red tide, Lee County is looking at ways to help local tourist-oriented businesses clean up their image online and attract more customers. more »»

Biologist to talk imperiled species at Mound House

December 5, 2018 If you want to learn about threatened species in your own backyard and what is being done to help them, the Mound House has got you covered. On Dec. more »»

Lovers Key Welcome and Discovery Center groundbreaking takes place this week

December 5, 2018 After almost a decade in the making, a ground-breaking ceremony for a new Welcome and Discovery Center will be held at Lovers Key State Park for VIP guests this week. more »»

FOLKS Nature Calendar now on sale

December 5, 2018 For the second year, the Friends of Lovers Key is selling a Nature Calendar, which this year features award winning color photography by area artists Dennis Goodman and John Brady. more »»

Town Council decides on three items in short meeting

December 5, 2018 This week's Town Council meeting was short, with only three agenda items to vote on: * Passed ordinance 18-18, which amended regulations in the land development code regarding special magistrates. more »»

NOAA: 39 animals dead since Nov. 21, red tide suspected

December 4, 2018 Dead sea life continues to wash up in Lee and Collier counties as red tide counts creep back up. more »»

Outdoor expo and boat show coming up

December 4, 2018 Are you an avid boater or outdoor enthusiast? This weekend, the third annual Cape Coral Outdoor Expo and Boat Show comes to Sun Splash Family Water Park for a three-day extravaganz. more »»

Gifts for kids fundraiser: Santa Rocks the Lani Kai

December 4, 2018 With the holidays nearing, the Beach is continuing a tradition of providing Christmas presents to island children who otherwise might not receive any. more »»

Spirit of Christmas: Beach couple continue spreading their holiday message of giving

November 29, 2018 In Jim and Sharon Jamieson's garage, there are 400 rolls of wrapping paper, three giant trash bags full of shiny bows, a box of santa hats, and 30 cases of baby diaper. more »»

Fundraiser to benefit Valerie’s House

November 29, 2018 The inaugural Hops & Hopes Fundraiser, a family and pet friendly event, will be held at Fort Myers Brewing Company to raise money for Valerie's House. 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 »»

3D imaging will raise Fort Myers Beach Arches again

November 29, 2018 A long gone symbol of Fort Myers Beach will soon be reborn with the help of digital imaging technology. more »»

Mermaid will stay open into 2019

November 29, 2018 In a surprise twist last week, the Mermaid will not be shutting its doors just yet. more »»

Masters, advanced amateurs compete in sand championship

November 29, 2018 Ten days of sandsculpting behind the Wyndham Garden Resort came to a close on Sunday. more »»

Refuge society accepting photos for annual high school contest

November 29, 2018 The “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society-Friends of the Refuge is currently taking submissions for its annual photo contest for high schoolers in the five-county area of Southwest Florida. more »»

County officials vow water quality diligence

November 29, 2018 As local water quality issues have seemed to slow, county officials are not taking their foot off the gas when it comes to mitigation efforts in Lee County. The Horizon Council met on Nov. more »»

Starting early: Harriett has already laid her eggs

November 29, 2018 When Thanksgiving rolls around, it usually means that Southwest Florida’s most famous couple is ready to bear offspring. more »»



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