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Sculptors return to take over sand

November 14, 2018 A world famous art competition will return to Fort Myers Beach this weekend for its 32nd year. The medium? San. more »»

Hands Helping Paws: Lani Kai bartender continues Thanksgiving tradition

November 14, 2018 Six years ago a new tradition formed after a server on Fort Myers Beach woke up wanting to give back one Thanksgiving morning. more »»

Schindler, Morris lose fire board seats

November 14, 2018 Two long-standing Fire Board members lost their seats in last week’s election. Theodore Schindler III, a retired U.S. more »»

Knights of Columbus host first dinner dance of season

November 14, 2018 Have you ever wanted to learn the foxtrot, or dance the jitterbug? Do you have moves you're itching to strut on a dancefloor? The Knights of Columbus of Ascension Parish will host the Turkey Trot... more »»

Low levels of red tide still lurking off-shore in Lee

November 14, 2018 Southwest Florida may have gotten a reprieve from red tide, but recent data shows Karenia brevis is still present in Lee County in low to medium concentrations. more »»

SFWMD extends sugar lease

November 14, 2018 As votes continue to be tallied in the intensely close Florida Senate race, Eric Eikenberg, CEO of The Everglades Foundation, has called for the resignation of the South Florida Water Management... more »»

Environmental Education Program to be held for fifth graders

November 14, 2018 By MEGHAN BRADBURY news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Shark Bar finds a new home

November 14, 2018 Shark Bar is back. The well-loved venue has found a new home on San Carlos Boulevard just down the road from its last location. Owner Denis Karda says they quickly outgrew their first venu. more »»

The Harry Chapin Food Bank asks for help to fill ‘the turkey gap’

November 14, 2018 With Thanksgiving fast approaching, the local food bank is running far short in turkey donations this year. more »»

Santini Market returns for season

November 14, 2018 The Santini Farmer’s Market has returned to the south end for season, with more than 40 vendors. more »»

Rooney holds onto District 19 seat

November 14, 2018 Republican Congressman Francis Rooney was victorious Tuesday, securing his seat in District 19, as he defeated Democratic nominee David Holden. more »»

Voters approve half cent sales tax referendum for schools

November 14, 2018 The voters of Lee County agreed on Nov. 6 to pay a half cent more in sales tax to fund school infrastructure. A total of 138,529 (51. more »»

Rodrigues re-elected to state House seat

November 7, 2018 Rep. Ray Rodrigues easily won re-election in the District 76 state House race Tuesday night. Rodrigues, a Republican, garnered 64. more »»

FMB Fire District: Liszak, Bennett unseat incumbents; Raymond re-elected

November 6, 2018 Newcomers John Bennett and Jacki Liszak will replace incumbents Theodore Schindler and Carol Morris on the Fire Board, with Robert Raymond retaining his sea. more »»

Artificial reefs revive dead canals

November 6, 2018 In the midst of the worst water quality crisis Southwest Florida has seen in years, David Wolff has devised his own plan to clean it up: artificial reefs. more »»

State attorney: No Sunshine Law violation

November 6, 2018 Finding “it is clear there was no Sunshine Law violation,” the State Attorney’s Office will not file criminal charges against two Fort Myers Beach Town Council members. more »»

Marine task force pushes for fertilizer ban

November 6, 2018 Fertilizers should be banned year-round, according to the Marine Resources Task Force. more »»

Town Council talks zoning, trash

November 6, 2018 Zoning issues and Times Square trash collection dominated discussion at the first council meeting of November on Monday. more »»

Sea food for thought

November 6, 2018 Where do culinary art and environmental awareness meet? This was the question posed by the second annual Southwest Florida Sustains event last Thursday. more »»

Pups dress up for Yappy Howl-o-ween

November 6, 2018 “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs” was the winning get-up at the first ever Yappy Howl-o-ween costume contest. Pets and their owners gathered in their best ensembles at Nervous Nellie’s on Oc. more »»

 
 

 

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