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B&B Automotive rolls into former DeHayes shop

September 21, 2016 Live, breathe, and eat vehicles: that's the life of B&B Automotive owners, Ben Beckmann and Patrick Breen. more »»

Nature versus nurture

September 21, 2016 When it comes to the Little Estero Island wildlife area, the town will need to decide to nurture its needs or let nature run its course. more »»

What's going on with Estero Boulevard's right-of-way?

September 21, 2016 The start of Estero Boulevard's next phase has causes questions, and rumors, to spread like wildfire. Segment 2 stretches from the Red Coconut RV Resort to Madera Road, just south of Publix. more »»

Local Grady White boat club supports homeless veterans

September 21, 2016 Fish Tale Marina’s Grady Club raised funds to help a local nonprofit organization assist homeless and low-income veterans in Lee County. more »»

Fish Tale Sales & Services earns recognition from Grady-White Boats

September 21, 2016 Fish Tale Sales & Services earned a golden anchor from an international company. Grady-White Boats named Sales & Service its the top-ranked dealer in the world for customer satisfaction on Sept. more »»

Living Aboard: Allen Fiske

September 21, 2016 Behind the wheel, Allen Fiske's eyes closed for a few seconds too long after a stressful day at work. He hit a tree at 60 m.p.h. — and changed his life forever. The accident happened when he was 36. more »»

Chamber rolls through Fort Myers Beach

September 21, 2016 Five trolleys. Six restaurants. And too much fun to count. The Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce held its 11th annual Tapa Hop on Tuesday, Sept. 20. more »»

Hammerhead Gym hosts healthy happy hour

September 20, 2016 A free event can help answer health questions for local residents. Dr. more »»

Bottles, cans and helping hands

September 17, 2016 People combed the beach for straws and strings instead of shells this weekend. more »»

Big Carlos Pass gets okay for dredging

September 14, 2016 After several years of permitting hoops, the West Coast Inland Navigational District (WCIND) finally got the federal okay to dredge Big Carlos Pass. more »»

Beach Kids Foundation seeks funds for Chromebooks

September 14, 2016 Mrs. Joy Rockwell's second-grade classroom is quiet. more »»

Living Aboard: "Sundance" Dave Richardson

September 14, 2016 Dave Richardson describes his original music as gypsy jazz. But the gypsy tunes are only a reflection of the perpetual wanderer within. more »»

SWFL Clean Water Movement incorporates to non-profit

September 14, 2016 The SWFL Clean Water Movement began as one man on a bridge. more »»

Town Council grandfathers select programs from fee increase

September 14, 2016 Three classes at Newton House and the Little League and Beach Soccer teams were saved from increased costs. The Fort Myers Beach Town Council held its budget workshop and first hearing Thursday, Sept. more »»

CERT deploys for Hurricane Hermine assistance

September 14, 2016 Three local volunteers are lending a hand to Floridians in need. more »»

Commissioner Kiker speaks at Fort Myers Beach Chamber luncheon

September 14, 2016 Lee County Commissioner Larry Kiker attended the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce's September luncheon in an effort to reach out and communicate to his constituents. more »»

FDOT boosts Hurricane Pass bridge

September 14, 2016 Boaters have probably noticed the strange contraption and mysterious concrete blocks underneath Hurricane Pass bridge on San Carlos Boulevar. more »»

Kaikoa Beach Bash makes a splash on Lover's Key

September 10, 2016 Nonprofits came together Saturday, Sept. 10 to help each other out for the Kaikoa Beach Bash. more »»

The fantastic four

September 7, 2016 While the Fort Myers Town Council and town manager parcel out the budget in search of the money to hire a director for Bay Oaks, the recreational facility and pool is in good hands. more »»

Kiker to focus on communication in second term

September 7, 2016 After narrowly winning the Aug. 30 primary, Lee County Commissioner Larry Kiker has learned a lesson. “I need to communicate more about what we're doing and what we've accomplished,” he said. more »»

 
 

 

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