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Hearing held on proposed boardwalk

September 26, 2018 A hearing was held last week in front of an administrative judge, which has members of the community waiting to see if a critical wildlife area will be impacted by a proposed boardwalk. more »»

Hooters donates $2,000 to Harry Chapin Food Bank

September 26, 2018 Hooters of Fort Myers Beach, Fort Myers and Cape Coral joined forces with the Harry Chapin Food Bank during the month of August to celebrate both of their 35th anniversaries. more »»

Women’s Club celebrates 55th anniversary with capital campaign

September 26, 2018 With the 55th anniversary of the Fort Myers Beach Woman’s Club occurring in 2019, a capital campaign is in the beginning stages to restore the historic clubhouse. more »»

Town Council gives Sanibel mayor its support

September 26, 2018 Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane was busy Monday as he went throughout Lee County to garner support for an appeal to a decision made by the South Florida Water management District that could impact the... more »»

Harry Chapin Mobile Pantry continues through October

September 25, 2018 The Harry Chapin Mobile Pantry will continue to make a stop on Fort Myers Beach until the end of October to meet the need of the community. more »»

Demo work begins for Margaritaville project

September 25, 2018 The Margaritaville project took its first tangible step Tuesday morning as the old Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce building came dow. more »»

Safe seafood: Properly sourced products are fine to consume

September 19, 2018 Red tide, blue-green algae, fish kills in the thousands. What’s happening in Southwest Florida waters has taken a toll on the region’s tourism, economy and ecosystem. more »»

Chamber hosts United Nations-themed Tapa Hop

September 19, 2018 It’s time to hop aboard a trolley and carouse around Fort Myers Beach. The Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce will host the 16th Annual Tapa Hop, Thursday, Sept. 20. more »»

Red tide brings red ink: Losses in the millions

September 19, 2018 The trickle-down effect of the blue-green algae and red tide events has moved through Southwest Florida businesses just as water releases have moved down the Caloosahatchee. more »»

11th annual SWFL Peace Day set for Sept. 23

September 19, 2018 The 11th annual SWFL Peace Day (formerly Peace Day in the Park), a grassroots community event, is set for Sunday, Sept 23, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

Town to once again seek new attorney

September 19, 2018 Fort Myers Beach may have to regroup on its selection of a new town attorney. Town Council agreed 3-2 last week to hire Thomas Thanas but he subsequently withdrew due to the split vote. more »»

Ostego Bay Marine Science Center to hold open house for National Estuary Week

September 19, 2018 Now celebrating its 30th anniversary, National Estuaries Week (NEW) is a nationwide celebration of our bays and estuaries and the many benefits they provide to us al. more »»

Tickets still available for Tapa Hop

September 19, 2018 Tickets are still available for the 13th annual Tapa Hop, an event that showcases seven Fort Myers Beach restaurants by trolley transportation. more »»

Vintage Market Days coming to civic center

September 19, 2018 If you’re looking for vintage clothing, furniture or other classic decor, you might want to visit the Lee Civic Center this coming weekend. more »»

Free parking extended on Fort Myers Beach

September 19, 2018 Last Monday, the Fort Myers Beach Town Council voted to extend the temporary suspension of parking fees at town owned pay stations and parking meters through Sept. 30. more »»

Harry Chapin Mobile Pantry stops on Fort Myers Beach every Wednesday

September 19, 2018 The Harry Chapin Food Bank added Fort Myers Beach to its monthly mobile stop as a way to help those who have been economically impacted by the toxic blue-green algae and red tide outbreak. more »»

FMB Fire sets tentative budget, millage rate

September 19, 2018 The Fort Myers Beach Fire Department last Monday moved one step closer to completing its budget process by setting its tentative millage and budget during its first public hearing on the spending... more »»

ARC aids shelters slammed by Florence

September 19, 2018 The Animal Refuge Center has come to the rescue of animals housed in a shelter overwhelmed with need as Hurricane Florence approached the Carolinas. more »»

Fire Dept. holds solemn 9-11 remembrance

September 19, 2018 On Sept. 11, 2001, 2,977 people were killed in a terrorist attack on our country. Of those killed 412 were emergency workers in New York City who responded to the attack on the World Trade Center. more »»

Sean Paul makes exclusive appearance

September 19, 2018 It's a beautiful, sunny day on the shores of Gulf waters. Outside of his balcony, looking over Fort Myers Beach, he's plotting. Planning the next move is always important, but even more so for hi. more »»



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