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North wrestling making waves

December 14, 2016 How did North Fort Myers High School sophomore Adolphus Taylor lose in the finals in the 285-pound class at the Captain Archer Memorial wrestling tournament in Punta Gorda on Saturday? How about by... more »»

Robbery suspect sought

December 8, 2016 The Lee County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for help in locating a man caught in the act of robbing a North Fort Myers convenience store early this morning. more »»

North High Marching Band to present concert Dec. 16

December 7, 2016 It has become one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for the North Fort Myers High School marching band. more »»

Death penalty sought in double homicide

December 7, 2016 The state will seek the death penalty in a 26-year-old double homicide that included a child victim. more »»

Time will tell if eagle egg is viable

December 7, 2016 Despite all the theories about the viability of the first egg laid by Harriet this season, fans of the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam won’t get an answer until the eggs are due to hatch sometime aroun... more »»

Shopper Marketplace now inside

December 7, 2016 To better serve readers and advertisers, the Breeze Newspapers has integrated its Lee County Shopper publication into the news sections of its weekly newspapers including the North Fort Myers... more »»

Church to host inaugural Candy Cane Bazaar

December 7, 2016 An event that was just a concept a couple of months ago has become one of the must-see events of the holiday season. more »»

North High chorus to headline carol sing

December 7, 2016 It will be a very busy night for the North Fort Myers Civic Association on Wednesday, Dec. 14, one filled with holiday, cheer, fun and a little busines. more »»

North soccer continues winning tradition

December 7, 2016 The North Fort Myers High School girls soccer team is much like a very successful college football or basketball program, they never seem to rebuild, but rather reload. more »»

Posse Arena hosts ‘Ugly-Sweater’ barrel racing

December 7, 2016 The Lee County Posse Arena barrel races this weekend had kind of a holiday twist — partcipants got to show off their ugly Christmas sweater. more »»

ARC fundraiser shines for pets

November 30, 2016 It isn’t just mom and dad some of us miss during the holiday season. Sometimes it's man’s best friend or another pet that brought a little something special to someone’s life. more »»

Eagle Cam’s Harriet lays two eggs

November 30, 2016 Fans of Southwest Florida’s favorite eagles didn’t have to wait very long for the newest set of offspring to be laid. more »»

‘Turkey’ shoot raises $8,000 for local families in need

November 30, 2016 Pull! The clay pigeons went into the air. Moments later, they came crashing down in pieces in a field, the sound of gunshots echoing in the background. more »»

Breakfast with Santa, yard sale coming to community park

November 30, 2016 The North Fort Myers Community Park will host a pair of popular holiday events in December. Santa will be coming to town to meet the area children on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.. 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 »»

Child struck by vehicle dies of injuries

November 28, 2016 An 11-year-old boy was critically injured Sunday night after he was struck by a vehicle while riding his bike along Slater Road. more »»

ECHO hosts agriculture conference

November 23, 2016 Every human being in the world should have the right to be able to feed themselves and their families. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the cas. more »»

River District Trolley to make NFM stop

November 23, 2016 This past week, the River District Trolley service started up again for its seasonal trips through the downtown area. However, there will be an expanded presence this year. 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 »»

 
 

 

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