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Dircers License information

April 19, 2011 If you’re from out of state and planning to stay, one of the first things you’ll need to do is change your driver license to a Florida license. more »»

Lee County Schools

April 19, 2011 ELEMENTARY Caloosa Elementary 620 S. Del Prado Blvd, 574-3113 Cape Elementary 4519 Vincennes Blvd. more »»

Revitalized Shell Factory invigorates SW Florida site

April 19, 2010 The 18-acre Shell Factory & Nature Park, a family destination in North Fort Myers that has attracted and entertained people for more than 70 years, offers a slice of Florida lifestyle... more »»

Community Highlights

March 9, 2010 The North Olga Community Planning Panel The North Olga Community Planning Panel is hosting a community outreach meeting on Thursday, March 11, at 7 p.m. more »»

City of Palms. City of Invention

December 9, 2009 Long before Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon set foot on the Gulf Coast shoreline of southwest Florida in 1513, the area in and around modern day Fort Myers had been inhabited by the Calusa Indians fo... more »»

Centennial Park offers a walk through time

December 9, 2009 The “2nd Regiment Infantry U.S. Colored Troops” monument is dedicated to black soldiers who served at the Battle of Fort Myers during the Civil War. more »»

Welcome to Fort Myers, the heart of Lee County

December 9, 2009 Fort Myers, known as the City of Palms for its majestic array of palm trees, beckons visitors from around the globe on an annual basis. more »»

Harborside Event Center

December 9, 2009 Harborside Event Center 1375 Monroe Street, Fort Myers • www.harborsideevents.com Harborside Event Center in downtown Fort Myers hosts major events in Fort Myers. more »»

The downtown River District

December 9, 2009 A pure staple to the Southwest Florida entertainment scene, the downtown Fort Myers River District has just what you’re looking for when it comes to anything fun, exciting or out of the ordinary. more »»

Foulds Theater

December 9, 2009 Foulds Theater 10091 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers www.artinlee.com The 150-seat Clairborne and Ned Foulds Theater hosts over 100 productions each year. more »»

Fort Myers boasts a lively arts community

December 9, 2009 Beaches and fiery sunsets are not the only jewels in Fort Myers’ treasure chest. The arts and theatrical community is robust and thriving along the Caloosahatchee River. more »»

Alliance for the Arts works to deliver art to all

December 9, 2009 If the Lee County Arts was positioned like a solar system, then The Alliance for the Arts would be in the center with many talented artisans, performers and venues orbiting around i. more »»

Attraaction highlights for Fort Myers

December 9, 2009 Butterfly Estates 1815 Fowler Street, Fort Myers 690-2359, www.thebutterflyestates. more »»

Southwest Florida offers a sport for every enthusiast

December 9, 2009 Southwest Florida offers a variety of sporting events and activities to suit many taste. more »»

Recreation Highlights for Fort Myers

December 9, 2009 The city of Fort Myers has a number of recreational facilities - everything from parks and community centers to skate facilities and pools. more »»

Prescription Clean-out-update

November 9, 2009 The results of Saturday’s initiative surpassed last year’s effort. Today over 100,000 prescription medications were dropped off for disposa. more »»

Learn More!

September 25, 2009 Florida Department of Community Affairs: This FL state agency provides information on grant asistance, planning processes and technical assistance. http://www.dcs.state.fl. more »»

Protesters express opposition to city’s utilities expansion project

July 14, 2009 Chants of "Now is not the time" and "I can't afford it" could be heard Monday afternoon outside Cape Coral City Hall as about 75 people gathered to protest the imminent progression of... more »»

Update on NFMU utility purchase

June 2, 2009 An offer was rejected for $60-million by North Fort Myers Utilities (NFMU) who stated an asking price of $90-million, according to a brief from Commissioner Tammy Hall. more »»

 
 

 

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