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Golden Fest: Dogs to take over the Shell Factory again Sunday

March 21, 2018 By CHUCK BALLARO Sunday will be a day that will, quite literally, go to the dogs. more »»

Hurricane advice: Have a plan

March 21, 2018 It’s only natural that six months after Huricane Irma blew through, Lee County Emergency Management would hold hurricane preparedness seminars throughout the area. more »»

North swimming pool closed for repairs

March 21, 2018 The North Fort Myers swimming pool has served area residents for nearly 60 years and is the oldest community pool in Lee County. more »»

Easter Egg Hunt returns to rec center

March 21, 2018 The North Fort Myers Recreation Center is once again holding one of the most popular events of the year, the annual Easter Egg Hunt, which will happen Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. more »»

Fort Myers PRCA Rodeo returns to Posse

March 21, 2018 For the sixth year, the Fort Myers PRCA Rodeo will return to the Lee County Posse Arena for two shows on Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24, at 7 p.m. more »»

ECHO holds annual Food & Farm Fest

March 21, 2018 Thousands of people and hundreds of volunteers gathered at the ECHO Farm for the 27th annual Global Food & Farm Festival to learn about how people eat and grow food around the worl. more »»

St. Patrick’s Day celebrated at the Shell Factory

March 21, 2018 Kermit the Frog was wrong. It is easy to be green, at least on March 17. On Saturday, more than 700 people turned out at the Shell Factory on a spectacular day to celebrate St. more »»

Civic Association opens new chapter

March 21, 2018 The monthly North Fort Myers Civic Association meeting on March 13 signaled in a new era in the history of the group and it didn’t take long for new president Doug Dailey to set some direction. more »»

North Fort Myers eaglets fledge, on way to adulthood

March 21, 2018 In a season that has lacked the drama of previous years, one more massive milestone has been passed by the Pritchett Farm eaglets — their first fledge. more »»

ECHO to hold annual Global Food and Farm Festival Saturday

March 14, 2018 Every year, thousands of people come to ECHO for the annual Global Food and Farm Festival and try out exotic and unique foods from around the world. On Saturday, S. more »»

Bayshore residents pack visioning meeting

March 14, 2018 It may have been standing room only at the Bayshore Fire station No. more »»

Annual town hall meeting draws crowd

March 14, 2018 This year's North Fort Myers Community Planning Panel meeting drew a packed house. more »»

Grant brings sidewalks to Palmona Park

March 14, 2018 A years-long drive to make streets in  Palmona Park safer for pedestrians has reached fruition.  Sidewalks have been added along five residential streets using $1. more »»

NFMAA presents ‘Once Upon a Mattress’

March 14, 2018 There are several performances that students, teachers and parents at North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts look forward to every yea. more »»

Shell Factory readies for St. Patrick’s Day

March 14, 2018 As the snowbird season begins to wind down, the Shell Factory & Nature Park is going to get awfully busy, with several special events that have all become hugely popular. more »»

Cape Coral City Council approves Kismet/ Littleton road plan

March 14, 2018 Cape Coral City Council on Monday approved the less costly, less disruptive plan to connect Littleton Road and Kismet Park-way. more »»

Lee County Commission reaches deal on impact fees

March 14, 2018 Impact fees will increase in Lee County but in increments, a compromise to satisfy area builders as well as those who say it is time to raise more money for infrastructure in a booming area. more »»

Crossings resident celebrates century mark

March 14, 2018 When people were asked to describe Evelyn Machette at her birthday party on Saturday at the Crossings at Hancock Creek, they used words such as “resilient” and “strong. more »»

Thousands take advantage of dental clinic

March 14, 2018 They came from as far away as Orlando and waited hours in some cases. But for those who may not have had dental work done in years, it was well worth the wait. more »»

Sun Splash now open as new season begins

March 14, 2018 Sun Splash Family Waterpark kick off its new season Saturday, wowing attendees with the new colors and additions to create a more pleasant day at the park for its guests. more »»

Florida Dental Association expects to decrease ER overuse by bringing free dental care to area

March 7, 2018 Dentist visits aren’t cheap. And if you never think of the cost dental care until you have a toothache, you’re not alone. more »»


Palm Harbor Apartments Senior Friendship Lunch Program March 23, 2018

Palm Harbor Apartments hosts a Senior Friendship Lunch Program Monday - Friday from 11 a.m. to noon. Free blood pressure checks every Friday also from 11 a.m. to noon. A non profit organization and a HUD subsidy apartment community for resident over 62 years young. more »




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