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Estero Boulevard work, to be continued...

May 24, 2017 It's been a long road, but the first segment of the Estero Boulevard project has reached its substantial completion. more »»

Council wants short-term rental owners to register

May 24, 2017 According to the Fort Myers Beach Land Development Code, new short term rental owners are supposed to register with the town. It’s a rule that’s been in the books since 2003. more »»

Sign doctor to the rescue

May 24, 2017 Mark La Fave has been working in the Public Works department for 14 years, but everyone knows him as Tunes. He's also developed a reputation as the go-to man for saving town signs. more »»

Next Siesta Isles phase reawakens

May 24, 2017 A development that’s long lay dormant could been stirring again. Siesta V. more »»

05.24.2017 Community Corner

May 24, 2017 05.24.2017 Community Corner   Through Your Eyes: Bridgette Myers Fort Myers Beach's breathtaking sunsets always garner praise, but its sunrises are just as beautifu. more »»

Feathers ruffled at “Flying Monkeys” comment

May 24, 2017 Some Fort Myers Beach residents took offense to a recent comment made by Vice Mayor Tracey Gore during the May 16 workshop. more »»

Last call for local scholarships

May 23, 2017 Fort Myers Beach Lions Club The Fort Myers Beach Lions are soliciting candidates for its 2017 “WE SERVE” scholarship. more »»

Fire District donates $7,000 to Beach Kids Foundation

May 23, 2017 This past season got a little steamy, thanks to the sale of the Fort Myers Beach Fire District's charity calendar. more »»

School's almost out! Here are the local camps.

May 23, 2017 +Bay Oaks Summer Camp Bay Oaks Summer Camps run weekly, Monday through Friday, from June 5 to Aug. 4. The weekly rate is $75 per week for Bay Oaks members or $100 per week for non-members. more »»

The ole ball game

May 20, 2017 The Fort Myers Beach Little League finished out its 2017 season with a few swings on its home field. more »»

Lee County Sheriff's Office investigating racist graffiti

May 19, 2017 The Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers put the word out yesterday for help in tracking down a person or group of people responsible for racist graffiti in Bonita Springs. more »»

District 3 Commissioner Larry Kiker to hold one-on-one meetings with constituents

May 19, 2017 Lee County Commissioner Larry Kiker has scheduled a series of meetings to hear what his constituents have to say. more »»

Fort Myers Beach Council votes in support of July 4 fireworks

May 17, 2017 In a relatively uncontentious discussion, the Fort Myers Beach Town Council unanimously decided to approve the Fourth of July events and agreed to pay a portion of the event. more »»

Saving history

May 17, 2017 Who needs Breakfast at Tiffany’s when you could have breakfast at the beach? Lee County has been the home to many notable figures, and Fort Myers Beach could get a taste of old Hollywood fam. more »»

Community Foundation donates to local organizations, scholarships

May 17, 2017 On May 10, the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation followed its annual tradition of awarding both academic scholarships and charitable giving to island students and organizations in need. more »»

Let’s talk turtles

May 17, 2017 As part of a new series of programming through the Mound House, residents got the chance to grill a biologist about local environmental issue. more »»

Students show the love

May 17, 2017 Teachers at Fort Myers Beach Elementary School got well-deserved treats for a week. more »»

Mayor sits in the hot seat

May 17, 2017 Some islanders got the chance to ask questions — and voice their frustrations — during the monthly Estero Island Taxpayers Association meeting last wee. more »»

Mile One: Done

May 17, 2017 It's been a long process, but Segment 1 of the ReFresh Estero Boulevard Project — from Crescent Street to Lovers Lane — is now substantially complete. more »»

Business to business

May 17, 2017 The Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce's monthly guest speaker wasn't an island businessowner, but she had a clear message for the beach. more »»

 
 

 

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