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Youth tennis program in full swing

February 15, 2017 What makes tennis such a great sport is that it’s something you can play for a lifetime. Once the court gets too big for you, you can always take up pickleball. more »»

North Fort Myers Babe Ruth opens new season

February 15, 2017 A helicopter touched down in centerfield, fireworks went off behind the outfield fences, and teams from all over Lee County came to help North Fort Myers Babe Ruth celebrate the start of its season... more »»

CROW returns eaglet to nest

February 15, 2017 A 5-week-old eaglet is back in its Pine Island nest — sort of — thanks to the efforts of CROW. more »»

Gardening Exchange to hold health clinic on citrus

February 15, 2017 There’s going to be a lot of discussion on citrus and the ways you can help them prevent diseases such as greening. What there won’t be is a slide presentation. Dr. more »»

Congressman takes part in water quality update

February 15, 2017 Newly elected Congressman Francis Rooney gathered with local officials and environmental leaders on Sanibel Thursday to take part in an update on Southwest Florida's ongoing water quality crisis. more »»

Mazurkiewicz Bayshore Fire top volunteer

February 8, 2017 Dec. 11, 2013 was the day that changed Heather Mazurkiewicz’s life. more »»

Area fudge crafter takes candy to another level

February 8, 2017 The Gulf Coast Fudge Company is about to make that box of chocolates your loved one gets for Valentine’s Day into something you’ll really remember. more »»

NFM Academy’s Romano turns teaching into an art

February 8, 2017 Richard Romano has no trouble keeping his students engaged. more »»

North JROTC stands up to the challenge

February 1, 2017 After winning a national championship in November and back-to-back state championships, the North Fort Myers High School JROTC Mixed Raiders squad was the team to beat. more »»

"Collecting Plastic Caps and Giving Back"! Can you help?

February 1, 2017 Tropic Isles Elementary School is collecting plastic bottle caps of any kind (water, soda, juice, laundry detergent, etc.) and donating them to the VFW. more »»

LCEC looking to send disabled vets on trip

February 1, 2017 With the help from its primary lender, LCEC is looking to send a worthy disabled veteran on an expedition he or she will never forget LCEC is partnering with CoBank, a $120 billion cooperative bank... more »»

Twins to hold clinic at park

February 1, 2017 Every winter, the Minnesota Twins go out into the Lee County community and give young kids the opportunity to learn baseball from the pros. more »»

Littleton Elementary’s Golden Apple finalist a late starter

February 1, 2017 It took Dr. Katherine Callard nearly half her life to realize that teaching was the career for her. Years later, it appears she made the right move as Callard, a fourth-grade math teacher at Dr. more »»

Drug House Odyssey returns to civic center

February 1, 2017 It is one of the most important lessons a fifth-grader can learn, and every year the Lee Civic Center has hosted it with dozens of schools and organizations taking par. more »»

Fort Myers RV show draws thousands

February 1, 2017 Whether you were there for a little pop-up trailer or to check out those $600,000 motor coaches, there was something for everyone at every age at the 32nd annual Fort Myers RV Show at the Lee Civic... more »»

Weather no damper on Gumbofest

February 1, 2017 It didn’t matter to people that it was a little cold and sometimes rainy at the 15th annual Gumbofest at the Shell Factory on Sunday. more »»

Crafts fair comes to Merchant Crossing

February 1, 2017 There was soap, jewelry, unusual artwork and more for shoppers to buy. You just had to go to the Merchant Crossing parking lot to find them. M.Y. more »»

Gumbofest coming this weekend to Shell Factory

January 25, 2017 It is time once again to pay homage to that roux-based dish loaded in shellfish, chicken or sausage that originated in southern Louisiana during the 18th century. more »»

Hamman provides Lee County update

January 25, 2017 It’s going to take a while, but Burnt Store Road is going to be four-lanes (and eventually six-lanes) from Pine Island Road all the way to the county line. more »»

Three NFM teachers finalists for Golden Apple

January 25, 2017 For 30 years, North Fort Myers teachers have had a glorious history of being named among the best of the best. more »»

 
 

 

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