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Hot Wing Eating Contest set for Feb. 25

February 24, 2016 A upcoming event will bring the heat, as well as raise awareness for a painful medical condition. more »»

Heavenly Pizza, known for its pies and Italian fare

February 17, 2016 When Tracy Bundy and her husband opened Heavenly Pizza at the Merchant Crossing Shopping Center in 1996, who would have thought that this small eatery would become one of the oldest establishments... more »»

Annual event returns to Shell Factory

February 10, 2016 It has been a very busy last few weeks at the Shell Factory, with Gumbofest, the Monday Cruise-In, and more. On Saturday, Feb. more »»

Grace thrift store celebrates grand reopening

February 10, 2016 When the Grace Community Center was conducting services and special events at its community center on Hancock Bridge Parkway, its thrift store was wedged in the corner of the facility, almost out of... more »»

Thousands attend Sportsman’s expo

February 3, 2016 Fans of fishing, hunting and boating must have felt like little kids on Christmas this past weekend as thousands of them filled the Lee Civic Center for one of the longest running events at the... more »»

Weather doesn’t keep RV buffs home

January 27, 2016 Thousands of RV lovers and curiosity seekers came to the Lee Civic Center this past week to look at the latest and best models, learn about the lifestyle and perhaps even buy as the 31st annual Fort... more »»

Help for small business owners nearby

January 20, 2016 Small business owners or those looking to start one in North Fort Myers have a very valuable resource that’s not only nearby, but also free. more »»

Winn-Dixie announces price cuts

January 13, 2016 Shoppers who have been going to the two Winn-Dixie supermarkets in North Fort Myers the last few days have noticed a pleasant surprise. The things they shop for the most have become much cheape. more »»

LCEC reduces its electric rates - again

January 13, 2016 Beginning Jan. 1, LCEC customers saw the fourth rate decrease in two years. LCEC’s elected Board of Trustees last month voted unanimously to reduce rates for this year, bringing rates from $114. more »»

NFM Chamber plans strong rebound

January 6, 2016 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce had a challenging year in 2015, but with the promise of good things to come for the area in 2016 and beyond, the future of the organization shines bright. more »»

Shell Factory strives to keep momentum

January 6, 2016 Over the last three years, the Shell Factory has experienced a renaissance, with three straight years of double-digit growth. more »»

Fitness center under new ownership

January 6, 2016 There’s been a fitness center at the Weaver’s Corner Shopping Center for several years, but that place now has a new owner and a new way of doing things. more »»

Music festival coming to Shell Factory, Jan. 9

December 30, 2015 It promises to be the first big musical event of 2016 when The Shell Factory hosts the first Fort Myers Music Fest Winter Fest on Saturday, Jan. 9, from 4 to 10 p.m. more »»

Hogbody’s known for its wings and more

December 30, 2015 Hogbody’s — the very name pretty much tells you what to expec. more »»

Santa visits Shell Factory a final time before the big day

December 23, 2015 It was the last chance for children to tell Santa what they wanted for Christmas when he made his final appearance of the year at the Shell Factory this weeken. more »»

New year means new Chamber president

December 23, 2015 Jeffrey Houfek, owner of Abby Carpet and Floor at Patricia’s, is going to have some big shoes to fill when the new year comes around. more »»

Heritage Farmer adds to Farmers Market mix

December 16, 2015 Rose O’ Dell King had never sold items at a Farmer’s Market before deciding to be part of the one that just opened Dec. 4 at Marinatown. more »»

Thrift stores see fewer buying, more donating

December 16, 2015 While most people are out looking for bargains at the big box stores, a place that many people seem to be overlooking are the thrift shops such as Goodwill and the like. more »»

Foundation dinner raises funds so students can visit Nature Park

December 9, 2015 Without the Nature Park Foundation, thousands of elementary school students would be unable to come to the Shell Factory and watch in wonder the hundreds of animals it has to offer. more »»

Farmers market opens in Marinatown

December 9, 2015 A little rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of the North Fort Myers Civic Association nor the hundreds who came out for the grand opening of the farmers market at Marinatown on Friday. more »»



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