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CCCIA fetes top showcase homes at dinner

January 18, 2017 It was a huge night for Coral Isle Builders at the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association’s annual Builder’s Showcase Awards Dinner last Thursda. more »»

Merrick Seafood to be featured on national show

January 18, 2017 Most everyone loves the opportunity to meet a celebrity in person. more »»

Study: NFM has potential ‘downtown’ business hub

January 11, 2017 Twenty years from now, when you go over the Caloosahatchee River Bridge on Cleveland Avenue, you will see a downtown business center with professional offices, entertainment venues and institutional... more »»

Farmer’s market kicks off at Shell Factory

January 11, 2017 Saturday dawned cloudy and rainy but Roy Jones of North Fort Myers wasn’t bothere. more »»

Civic sees presence grow

January 4, 2017 The North Fort Myers Civic Association saw a bit of a renaissance in 2016, with membership growing to levels it hasn’t seen in years, with more growth expected in 2017. In short, membership explode. more »»

Another banner year for Shell Factory

January 4, 2017 If you ask Shell Factory marketing director/CFO Rick Tupper what one word he would use to describe the Shell Factory’s 2016 year, that word would be ‘renewal. more »»

RJ’s the place for food, fun and drink

January 4, 2017 There aren’t many people left who remember when the Tropical Palm Hotel had a restaurant. That was way back in the 1980s and earlie. more »»

Cannova looks to continue Chamber mojo

December 28, 2016 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce enjoyed a very good year in 2016. Membership increased along with retention, and the hiring of a salesperson is expected to help grow the organization further. more »»

Caldwell speaks at North Fort Myers Chamber luncheon

December 28, 2016 There was a joke around the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce that State Rep. Matt Caldwell should be the group’s speaking chairman. more »»

Dagger Custom Apparel a work of art

December 28, 2016 Seeing Tom Yarnes apply his craft is like watching someone do calligraphy with an airbrush. For him, it’s the dream job to be able to do something he loves. more »»

New campaign takes ‘islandology’ another level

December 14, 2016 The Lee County Visitors and Convention Bureau has had quite a year, with the successes of National Seashell Day and the Island Hopper Songwriter Festival, as well as their “Find Your Island” media... more »»

Shell Factory has busy holiday season planned

November 30, 2016 The holiday season is upon us, and the Shell Factory is looking to once again end the year on a high note, with several events and special guests guaranteed to bring out the child in everyon. more »»

Small business expo draws steady crowd

November 30, 2016 More than 100 small business vendors from throughout Southwest Florida gathered at the Lee Civic Center for the Small Business Saturday Expo, named after the traditional Small Business Saturday... more »»

Lee Civic Center to host Small Business Saturday

November 23, 2016 Dozens of small businesses are expected to converge on Lee Civic Center this Thanksgiving weekend for an event that is specially made for them, and for a great cause. more »»

Prime Cutz celebrates 25 years with fund raiser

November 16, 2016 It would be easy for John VanBuskirk to pat himself on the back for celebrating his barber shop Prime Cutz Hair Center’s 25 years in business. more »»

R.L. Wilson Plumbing offers services around the clock

November 9, 2016 When Linda Barrett’s husband John passed away last year, there was no thought of allowing the 23-year-old business they had built go with him. She stuck it out, and R.L. more »»

Golisano’s Children’s hospital hits goal

November 9, 2016 SWFL Children’s Charities, Inc. donated $2. more »»

Two great businesses that go great together

November 2, 2016 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Lu-Lu’s closing saddens her customers

October 12, 2016 Over the years, Suzan Padgett has not only been a customer at Lu-Lu’s Solitary Consignment Shop at the North Shore Plaza, but also brought clothes in to sell, become a close friend of owner Luann... more »»

New church looks to make mark on Pondella Square

October 5, 2016 By day, it’s a thrift store that sells old and new clothing for those in need. more »»

 
 

 

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