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Offshore Sailing School expands flotilla cruise locations

November 30, 2016 Offshore Sailing School has retained the services of Nate and Heather Atwater to develop and lead an expanded roster of flotilla cruises. more »»

Historic Society hosts holiday open house

November 30, 2016 The Estero Island Historical Society will stay open a little longer Saturday, Dec. 10, for a holiday gathering. From 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Community Corner 11.30.2016

November 30, 2016 Meetings & Events • Friday, Dec. 2: Ostego Bay Foundation fish fry and silent auction, 5 to 8 p.m., Bonita Bill's Waterfront Cafe. Cost: $10 per plate. • Saturday, De. more »»

Beach Baptist market here to stay

November 30, 2016 The orange-shaped juice stand at the Beach Baptist farmers market is hard to miss — its bright, spherical shape catches the eye among other vendors in tents. more »»

Fountain is out, seating is in

November 30, 2016 The money-draining fountain near Nervous Nellie’s is being laid to rest. Interim Town Manager Jim Steele presented a plan to end the fountain at the Fort Myers Beach town council’s Nov. 21 meeting. more »»

New Year's Eve celebration: safe

November 30, 2016 New Year's Eve and the town's birthday party will not go uncelebrated — this year. more »»

Flood-front property

November 30, 2016 It hasn’t rained in a few weeks, but for some residents, it’s only a matter of time before their streets flood. more »»

Six applicants vie for vacant Fort Myers Beach council seat

November 28, 2016 At Monday’s meeting, the Fort Myers Beach Town Council will have a choice to make. After Vice Mayor Summer Stockton announced her resignation in November, interested applicants had until Monday, Nov. more »»

“Happy sand”

November 26, 2016 Master sculptors Bill Dowe of Montana and “Amazin'” Walter McDonald of Texas didn't talk much Saturday afternoon. more »»

FWC approves new wildlife areas

November 22, 2016 Birds of a feather that flock — and nest — together now have three safe spaces in Estero Island to hatch their young. more »»

Chamber president challenges community: support local business

November 22, 2016 Fort Myers Beach's local business climate is a hub of small, locally owned and operated businesses. Some are new, others have been here for years. more »»

New group to give voice to “all taxpayers”

November 22, 2016 There's a new organization in town, and it's hoping to create a unified front for the island as a whol. more »»

County to wait for town recommendation on Torgerson project

November 22, 2016 Lee County Commissioners agreed to hold off on any land trading with Tom Torgerson. more »»

San Carlos project remanded by “imperfect system”

November 22, 2016 The developer of the Bay Harbour Marina Village project on San Carlos Island got what he wanted: his project was sent back to Lee County planning staff for further work. more »»

Community Corner 11.23.2016

November 22, 2016 Through Your Eyes: Carol Sutto Carol Sutto captured one of Fort Myers Beach's breath-taking sunsets last week. Meetings & Events • Wednesday, Nov. 23 — Sunday, Nov. more »»

Deck the hulls

November 22, 2016 Organizers for the 28th Annual Christmas Boat Parade are counting down to one of Fort Myers Beach’s biggest nights of the year. The dazzling lighted parade will commence on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. more »»

Beach School student wins Shrimp Festival t-shirt design contest

November 22, 2016 There's a new artist in town. Celia LaCorte, a fifth-grade student at Beach Elementary, won the t-shirt design contest for the 59th annual Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival, hosted by the Lions Clu. more »»

Lions Club helps families in need

November 22, 2016 The holiday season isn’t always cause for celebration, especially for those struggling financially. more »»

Tickets available for Spirit of the Holidays

November 22, 2016 If you haven't bought your tickets for the Beach Kids Foundation annual dinner, there's still time. more »»

From sand to sculpture

November 20, 2016 Fort Myers Beach’s sugary white sand is being shifted and shaped this week as the 30th Annual American Sandsculpting Championship is underway. The competition began Friday, Nov. more »»

 
 

 

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