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Protect your business from hurricanes

June 22, 2016 Your home isn’t the only place that needs to be insured in the event of a hurricane. If you own a business, you need to make sure your assets, records and anything else vital are protected. more »»

Incorporation makes its way into conversation

June 22, 2016 It all started when the issue of flooded parking lots was again raised at a North Fort Myers Civic Association meeting. more »»

Shell Factory stays busy during summer

June 15, 2016 Just because summer has arrived, that doesn’t mean the Shell Factory has rolled up the pavement and gone into hibernation for the "off seaso. more »»

The Crossings celebrates its grand opening

June 4, 2016 Business leaders, members of the Lee County medical field and new residents gathered at The Crossings at Hancock Creek to celebrate the formal grand opening of the 118-room assisted facility in... more »»

New logo and name adopted for Lee Memorial Health System

June 4, 2016 Lee Memorial Health System Board of Directors has approved a new name and graphic logo that will help represent the system’s direction in health care over the next 100 years. more »»

Industrial park poised to break ground

May 25, 2016 North Lee County is in desperate need of commercial industrial space, and a developer says his company is prepared to fill that nich. more »»

7th annual Chrysalis Awards honors 6

May 25, 2016 It is always an honor for businesses to be recognized for the work they do, and Friday, at the seventh-annual Chrysalis Awards at the Harborside Convention Center, Lee County's best got such... more »»

Small businesses: Beware of scams

May 25, 2016 Older residents aren’t the only ones who need to be careful of scams. There are plenty of them targeted at small businesses which could lead to ruin if you’re not careful. more »»

All-Star Lanes sells fixtures before demolition

May 4, 2016 Old bowling pins sat on a table outside the doomed building, waiting to be sold for pennies on the dolla. more »»

Babcock promises a ‘town of the future’

April 27, 2016 The crowd of 600-plus fit no ready demographic — big-money investors, farmers, ranchers, staunch environmentalists and government officials by the score — but they all came to Babcock Ranch with a... more »»

Second Crazy Deals opens at Weaver’s Corner

April 20, 2016 By CHUCK BALLARO Not many people can afford $4,000 for a 70-inch big-screen TV or a new mattress set. That’s where Crazy Deals Wholesale Superstore comes in. more »»

Vintage store lets you love it again

April 13, 2016 Whether it’s old-time furnishings or antique accessories and jewelry, there’s usually something you’re going to like at Vintage Market Mall & Salvage at 242 Pine Island Road in North Fort Myer. more »»

County asks NFM residents to weigh in

April 6, 2016 A team of consultants studying the business potential in North Fort Myers is now conducting survey they hope will provide both data and community input. more »»

Marinatown yoga enjoys successful first year

April 6, 2016 Marinatown isn’t just a place to go for food and drink. It’s also a great place to go to get in shape. more »»

NFM farmer’s market will be back, may relocate

March 30, 2016 An atypical winter rainy season put a damper on the inaugural North Fort Myers farmer’s market’s first year but oganizers say they plan to bring it back, perhaps in a new location. more »»

Consultants kick off NFM marketing study

March 16, 2016 Three consultants assigned the task of conducting a study on North Fort Myers and how the area can attract and keep businesses met with a packed house of citizens and stakeholders at the Lee County... more »»

All-Star Lanes will not reopen

March 9, 2016 In the wake of a devastating October fire, the owner of North Fort Myers’ 58-year-old bowling alley says he will not reopen the historic establishment. more »»

NFM Benjamin Franklin Plumbing franchise offers decades of hands-on experience

March 9, 2016 Perry Sisson at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing has spent the last 40 years fixing leaks and doing the things most homeowners can’t do or won’t even attempt. more »»

Dirty water hot topic at town hall meeting

March 2, 2016 The release of the nutrient-rich waters in Lake Okeechobee has certainly had a negative impact on most people in Southwest Florida, especially those who live along the Caloosahatchee and use it for... more »»

La Locanda prides itself on authentic Italian

February 24, 2016 The end shop on the Bayshore side of Weaver’s Corner Shopping Plaza has a new Italian restaurant with a pair of owners who know Italian food. more »»



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