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Live theater coming to the Shell Factory

October 2, 2019 One of the best-known names in Southwest Florida theater is about to move to one of north Lee County’s oldest landmarks The Shell Factory & Nature Park announced Wednesday that Players Circle... more »»

Lip Sync battle raises money to stop suicide

October 2, 2019 A half-dozen competitors and about another 100 spectators came to witness the ultimate lip sync battle at Victory Lane Cafe, while also raising more than $1,700 to fight suicide. more »»

Hamman: Good news on taxes, water quality

September 25, 2019 Business leaders had a lot of questions to ask County Commissioner Brian Hamman as he spoke last week at the monthly North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce Business Leaders Luncheon at the Smoke N Pi. more »»

Eckenrode is new Neighbor publisher

September 25, 2019 Ray Eckenrode has assumed the role of publisher for the Breeze Newspapers which includes the North Fort Myers Neighbo. more »»

Dental Care of North Fort Myers opens on Hancock

September 18, 2019 Not a long time ago, the building was a Wells Fargo bank. Now, it is a dental office, serving people in Cape Coral and North Fort Myers in a convenient location on Hancock Bridge Parkwa. more »»

Pets in Paradise prides itself on grooming expertise

September 18, 2019 It all started as a way to meet new people in the neighborhoo. more »»

Shell Factory to hold events for foundation

September 4, 2019 The Shell Factory & Nature Park will be holding two big events in the next week to benefit the Nature Park Foundation. On Saturday, The Shell Factory will host Drag Queen Bingo from 6 to 8 p.. more »»

New North Fort Myers car wash making a splash

September 4, 2019 Some people might think that a car wash in Florida is the summertime is without benefit since it rains all the time. That is not at all the case. At Platinum Car Wash at 13126 N. Cleveland Ave. more »»

Lee Civic Center hosts annual agricultural trade show

August 21, 2019 The Citrus Expo has been coming to the Lee Civic Center for 28 years, making it one of the longest continually running events there. more »»

Miss Florida a big hit at Citrus Expo

August 21, 2019 For the past 28 years, the Citrus Expo has made its way to the Lee Civic Center, and every year, one of the main attractions is meeting the reigning Miss Florida Citrus. more »»

Civic Association earns 501(c)(3) status

August 21, 2019 It was a long time coming, but the North Fort Myers Civic Association has been granted 501(c)(3) non-profit status, which should make fundraising much easier for an organization that has worked to... more »»

Planning Panel approves Heritage expansion

August 14, 2019 The North Fort Myers Community Planning Panel have given its nod to a planned expansion to the 30-year old community called the Heritage, a 55+ community just off U.S. more »»

Lee County files suit against MW Horticulture

August 14, 2019 After a series of fires and complaints about air and water quality issues near a North Fort Myers yard waste recycling business, Lee County has filed the emergency lawsuit. more »»

Ellsworth gives away three AC units

August 14, 2019 For 16 years, Ellsworth Heating & Cooling has given back to the community by giving away free air conditioning units and all the accoutrements, usually to someone who desperately needed it. more »»

NFM man offers a real ‘blast from the past’ selling old vinyl records at the fleamarket

August 7, 2019 George Powers loves old country music. Today he's helping the younger generation discover a new way to listen to their favorite bands. more »»

Meritage Homes to build houses in Babcock Ranch

July 31, 2019 Meritage Homes is bringing energy-efficient homes to Babcock Ranch. The Scottsdale-based company has purchased 50 home sites in the master planned communit. more »»

Gardner looks to ‘reboot’ North Fort Myers Chamber

July 24, 2019 John Gardner is looking to start a new chapter in the history of the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce with a reboot. He calls it Chamber 2. more »»

Marine Trading Post marks three generations of ownership

July 17, 2019 Since 1985, do-it-yourself boaters have found Marine Trading Post a source for what is needed to repair and maintain their boats without having to spend thousands on a mechanic or, heaven forbid, a... more »»

Herons Glen nears build out

July 10, 2019 In 1991, the first homes at Herons Glen were built. Soon, they will build the las. more »»

Chamber breakfast an opportunity to network

July 10, 2019 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce gives its members and prospective members ample opportunity to come together, network, and become more involved in the community. more »»

Brooke’s makes name as neighborhood eatery

July 10, 2019 Two years ago, AmiJo Beecroft pretty much walked away from the restaurant business, feeling she didn’t deserve to walk on the footsteps of her mothe. more »»



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