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Fossil Fest returns to Shell Factory

February 15, 2017 The previous two years the Fossil Fest was at the Shell Factory, it got a little bigger each time. When it returns this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., it promises to be the biggest yet. more »»

 
 
 
Outdoor expo brings thousands to civic center

February 15, 2017 You didn’t have to be just a fisherman to attend this past weekend’s 24th-annual Florida Sportsman Expo at the Lee Civic Center. more »»

Area fudge crafter takes candy to another level

February 8, 2017 The Gulf Coast Fudge Company is about to make that box of chocolates your loved one gets for Valentine’s Day into something you’ll really remember. more »»

Englund’s under new ownership

February 8, 2017 In November, Englund’s Deli, at Weaver’s Corner Shopping Center changed hands. more »»

Fort Myers RV show draws thousands

February 1, 2017 Whether you were there for a little pop-up trailer or to check out those $600,000 motor coaches, there was something for everyone at every age at the 32nd annual Fort Myers RV Show at the Lee Civic... more »»

Crafts fair comes to Merchant Crossing

February 1, 2017 There was soap, jewelry, unusual artwork and more for shoppers to buy. You just had to go to the Merchant Crossing parking lot to find them. M.Y. more »»

RV show coming to the Lee Civic Center

January 25, 2017 Tens of thousands of people have come to the Lee Civic Center every January to see the latest and greatest on the recreational vehicle market, and with the RV market the strongest it’s been in... more »»

ARC vet opens new Cape Coral clinic

January 25, 2017 Two days a week, you can find Dr. Nicole Nichols working on sick animals at the Animal Refuge Center on Old Bayshore Road in North Fort Myers. more »»

CCCIA fetes top showcase homes at dinner

January 18, 2017 It was a huge night for Coral Isle Builders at the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association’s annual Builder’s Showcase Awards Dinner last Thursda. more »»

Merrick Seafood to be featured on national show

January 18, 2017 Most everyone loves the opportunity to meet a celebrity in person. more »»

Study: NFM has potential ‘downtown’ business hub

January 11, 2017 Twenty years from now, when you go over the Caloosahatchee River Bridge on Cleveland Avenue, you will see a downtown business center with professional offices, entertainment venues and institutional... more »»

Farmer’s market kicks off at Shell Factory

January 11, 2017 Saturday dawned cloudy and rainy but Roy Jones of North Fort Myers wasn’t bothere. more »»

Civic sees presence grow

January 4, 2017 The North Fort Myers Civic Association saw a bit of a renaissance in 2016, with membership growing to levels it hasn’t seen in years, with more growth expected in 2017. In short, membership explode. more »»

Another banner year for Shell Factory

January 4, 2017 If you ask Shell Factory marketing director/CFO Rick Tupper what one word he would use to describe the Shell Factory’s 2016 year, that word would be ‘renewal. more »»

RJ’s the place for food, fun and drink

January 4, 2017 There aren’t many people left who remember when the Tropical Palm Hotel had a restaurant. That was way back in the 1980s and earlie. more »»

Cannova looks to continue Chamber mojo

December 28, 2016 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce enjoyed a very good year in 2016. Membership increased along with retention, and the hiring of a salesperson is expected to help grow the organization further. more »»

Caldwell speaks at North Fort Myers Chamber luncheon

December 28, 2016 There was a joke around the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce that State Rep. Matt Caldwell should be the group’s speaking chairman. more »»

Dagger Custom Apparel a work of art

December 28, 2016 Seeing Tom Yarnes apply his craft is like watching someone do calligraphy with an airbrush. For him, it’s the dream job to be able to do something he loves. more »»

New campaign takes ‘islandology’ another level

December 14, 2016 The Lee County Visitors and Convention Bureau has had quite a year, with the successes of National Seashell Day and the Island Hopper Songwriter Festival, as well as their “Find Your Island” media... more »»

Shell Factory has busy holiday season planned

November 30, 2016 The holiday season is upon us, and the Shell Factory is looking to once again end the year on a high note, with several events and special guests guaranteed to bring out the child in everyon. more »»

Small business expo draws steady crowd

November 30, 2016 More than 100 small business vendors from throughout Southwest Florida gathered at the Lee Civic Center for the Small Business Saturday Expo, named after the traditional Small Business Saturday... more »»

 
 

 

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Business Poll

  1. Yes, it’s the best way to secure our border.
  2. Maybe, if Mexico pays for it and there are no pass-on costs to U.S. taxpayers.
  3. No, it’s too much money and I don’t believe we can persuade Mexico to fund the total cost.
  4. A better solution would be more border patrol personnel.
  5. Just eliminate sanctuary cities and enforce the current laws.
  6. Make it easier for people to come to the U.S. legally; then there would be no need for a wall.