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Bill Thomas honored as Rotarian of the Year

July 24, 2019 The North Fort Myers Rotary didn’t have to go very far down the chain of command to find its Rotarian of the Yea. more »»

Family Fun Farm Tour stresses ECHO’s mission

July 24, 2019 ECHO does a lot to educate people of all ages on the importance of being good stewards of the planet while making sure people around the globe don’t go hungry. more »»

Gardner looks to ‘reboot’ North Fort Myers Chamber

July 24, 2019 John Gardner is looking to start a new chapter in the history of the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce with a reboot. He calls it Chamber 2. more »»

Civic Association gets to work on its Wiffle Ball Bash fundraiser

July 17, 2019 With seven months yet to go, the North Fort Myers Civic Association has begun planning for its biggest fundraiser. more »»

Army Corps concedes discharge toxicity

July 17, 2019 For the first time ever, the Army Corps of Engineers has publicly stated that it discharged water to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie rivers knowing the water was toxic. more »»

North High again named ‘A’ school

July 17, 2019 North Fort Myers High School once again earned recognition as one of the top-ranked high schools in Lee County by earning an “A” rating from the state Department of Education. more »»

Nature Park celebrates 15 years

July 17, 2019 Years ago, the Shell Factory opened its Nature Park as a way to bring more people to the iconic attraction and to rescue animals that would likely have been destroyed otherwise. more »»

Driver cited with careless driving in child fatality

July 17, 2019 A traffic case involving the death of a 12-year-old North Fort Myers girl has been submitted to the State Attorney's Office for its review at the request of the Florida Highway Patrol. more »»

Lee District reports bump in school grades

July 17, 2019 The School District of Lee County had 18 schools increase their school grades, including Trafalgar Elementary School which jumped by two. Chief Academic Officer Dr. more »»

Marine Trading Post marks three generations of ownership

July 17, 2019 Since 1985, do-it-yourself boaters have found Marine Trading Post a source for what is needed to repair and maintain their boats without having to spend thousands on a mechanic or, heaven forbid, a... more »»

Opioid fallout: New foundation aids children’s caretakers

July 17, 2019 A foundation began a few months ago after a handful of friends began sharing their personal experiences of being affected by the nation's opioid crisis. more »»

Shell Factory welcomes Santa for breakfast

July 17, 2019 Santa Claus was the honored guest at the inaugural pancake breakfast in the Dolphin Room Saturday, the signature event during the Shell Factory’s annual month-long Christmas in July. more »»

Prehistoric experience returns to Lee Civic Center

July 10, 2019 The Lee Civic Center will be transformed into a prehistoric landscape of dinosaurs this weeken. more »»

Property valuations increase in North Fort Myers

July 10, 2019 The conservative preliminary estimates for many of the taxing districts in Lee County paled in comparison to the estimated tax rolls that came in before the holiday weekend. more »»

Herons Glen nears build out

July 10, 2019 In 1991, the first homes at Herons Glen were built. Soon, they will build the las. more »»

No-texting law now in effect

July 10, 2019 Texting and driving is now a primary offense in Florida. The new law went into effect July 1, making Florida one of the last states taking measures to combat distracted drivers. more »»

Dozens gather to demand closure of migrant camps in Homestead

July 10, 2019 Dozens of protesters gathered outside of Congressman Francis Rooney's Cape Coral office Tuesday afternoon to demand the closing of migrant camps in Homestead where they say conditions are deplorable... more »»

ECHO holds summer workshop series

July 10, 2019 Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean ECHO Global Farm on Durrance Road rolls up the moringa trees and kicks back. ECHO does numerous things for families and garden enthusiasts. more »»

Chamber breakfast an opportunity to network

July 10, 2019 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce gives its members and prospective members ample opportunity to come together, network, and become more involved in the community. more »»

Brooke’s makes name as neighborhood eatery

July 10, 2019 Two years ago, AmiJo Beecroft pretty much walked away from the restaurant business, feeling she didn’t deserve to walk on the footsteps of her mothe. more »»



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