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North High graduates 415

May 23, 2018 “Your future awaits yo. more »»

 
 
 
Gully Creek zone change approved

May 23, 2018 A proposed 330-unit housing development between Slater and Williams roads has received the zoning change it needs to proceed. more »»

Teuber explains half-cent tax to North Chamber

May 23, 2018 Thanks to the state of Florida, the Lee County School District has no other option but to consider a tax increase if it wants to fund its needs going forward. more »»

NFMAA camp sign-ups happening now

May 23, 2018 Parents looking for an arts-related summer camp for their kids have an option right in here the community. more »»

North High orchestras give final performance

May 23, 2018 Flags from many nations hung on the side walls of the auditorium Tuesday night as the North Fort Myers High School orchestras took audience members on a musical tour around the world. more »»

Rains welcome prelude to official rainy season

May 23, 2018 Despite the awfully wet conditions in North Fort Myers and Southwest Florida, rainy season has not officially started yet, according to some weather officials. more »»

Dina’s at Sabal Springs off to fast start

May 23, 2018 It seems as if many new restaurants in the area open in the spring or summer as a way to get all the kinks out so they’re fully prepared for the next tourist season. more »»

Arts Alive event puts spotlight on the arts at NFMAA

May 17, 2018 Whether it was the fourth-and fifth-grade choir singing “A World of Music” or dancers portraying themselves as fireflies or the drama class giving their tribute to a certain 70s educational series,... more »»

North High: Rising above the storm

May 17, 2018 On Sunday evening at Alico Arena, seniors from North Fort Myers High School will walk the aisle, accept their diplomas, and start a new chapter of their live. more »»

Digital Knight recognizes creative talent

May 17, 2018 Every year, the talent gets better, and the work gets more complex and creativ. more »»

Five North students earn full-tuition scholarships

May 17, 2018 Students at North Fort Myers High School continue to rack up the accolades. more »»

Freshmen star in Whitener’s final night

May 17, 2018 It was the end of an era Wednesday night at the North Fort Myers High School auditorium, although it didn’t really look or feel like one. more »»

North Civic rebrands, reschedules

May 17, 2018 The North Fort Myers Civic Association had a lot on its plate during its monthly last week. more »»

Shell Factory to offer ways to treat mom on Mother’s Day

May 9, 2018 Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and the Shell Factory & Nature Park wants to make it the best day of the year for moms and grandmas. more »»

NFMAA to hold Arts Alive event this week

May 9, 2018 The North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts always celebrates the best the arts has to offe. more »»

Plenty to do this summer in NFM

May 9, 2018 North Fort Myers has plenty for residents and tourists to do over the summer. Perhaps the most recognized place is the historic Shell Factory on the corner of Old and New 4. more »»

Car restoration company raises funds for Progeria

May 9, 2018 The owner of a classic car restoration business believes in giving back, and those he gives to are children with a genetic disorder that ages them way before their time. more »»

North dominates Lely in regional softball opener

May 9, 2018 Lely learned something Tuesday that the North Fort Myers High School softball team already knew: speed kills. more »»

Rotary, Lighthouse hold boat excursion

May 9, 2018 When you have eyesight, you can see what you’re enjoying out on the wate. more »»

Sunflower offers discount groceries

May 9, 2018 Lisa and Paul Crawford understand that it’s a little much to expect someone to pay $4 for a box of cereal, when they can get the same item for a third of that. more »»

Six NFM High seniors win Mayor’s scholarship

May 2, 2018 The 36th annual Mayors Scholarship Fund awards banquet honored Cape Coral’s best and brightest seniors last week. more »»

 
 

TOPS - Take Off Pounds Sensibly May 23, 2018

TOPS - Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a national non-profit organization with a local club active in the area since 1993. Meetings are held at North Fort Myers Church of the Nazarene, 6781 Bayshore Rd. (enter rear door) every Wednesday with weigh-ins at 8:45 a.m. and the meeting at 9 am. more »

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Community News Poll

  1. Great idea, it will accomplish the objective without a constitutional amendment.
  2. Good idea or bad; it’s wrong to try to do an end runaround the constitution. Go through the amendment process if you want Congressional term limits.
  3. We have a term limit mechanism. It’s called a ballot.
  4. I’m in favor of term limits but this is the wrong way to go; it unfairly favors the wealthy.
  5. This is just political rhetoric, it’s going nowhere.
  6. It’s a bad idea, plain and simple.