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Lee County Commission reaches deal on impact fees

March 14, 2018 Impact fees will increase in Lee County but in increments, a compromise to satisfy area builders as well as those who say it is time to raise more money for infrastructure in a booming area. more »»

Crossings resident celebrates century mark

March 14, 2018 When people were asked to describe Evelyn Machette at her birthday party on Saturday at the Crossings at Hancock Creek, they used words such as “resilient” and “strong. more »»

Thousands take advantage of dental clinic

March 14, 2018 They came from as far away as Orlando and waited hours in some cases. But for those who may not have had dental work done in years, it was well worth the wait. more »»

Sun Splash now open as new season begins

March 14, 2018 Sun Splash Family Waterpark kick off its new season Saturday, wowing attendees with the new colors and additions to create a more pleasant day at the park for its guests. more »»

Florida Dental Association expects to decrease ER overuse by bringing free dental care to area

March 7, 2018 Dentist visits aren’t cheap. And if you never think of the cost dental care until you have a toothache, you’re not alone. more »»

Avian milestone: Two eaglet siblings ‘branch’ at Pritchett Farm

March 7, 2018 The two eaglets born to parents Harriet and M15 took one huge step toward fledging this week. Both babies "branched," taking their first perilous steps outside the nest onto the surrounding limbs. more »»

4-H auctions take center stage

March 7, 2018 For four months, members of the area 4-H organizations raised their animals to be judged and eventually auctioned away to the highest bidder. more »»

Fair finishes up with strong weekend

March 7, 2018 The 94th Southwest Florida & Lee County Fair had another great 11 days, with the final weekend bringing the best weather and the biggest crowds throughout the day and night. more »»

Heron’s Glen artists to hold show

March 7, 2018 On Sunday, some of the best work from the best artists in the Heron’s Glen community will be on display to gaze at and even buy when the community holds its 20th annual Heron’s Glen Fine Arts Show... more »»

Florida Tugs event set for March 10

March 7, 2018 In January, nearly 1,000 spectators braved the cold and filled the stands at the Lee County Posse Arena for an evening of trucks battling for tug-of-war supremacy. more »»

Technical College celebrates 25 years

March 7, 2018 In 1993, a man with a dream determined that a technical school was needed on the northern end of Lee County. more »»

Tom Cronin's passing marked with 'Irish Wake'

March 2, 2018 Tom Cronin never did anything small. And those who love him took that philosophy to heart Thursday with a joyous celebration of life service for "a life well lived. more »»

Fair opens with big weekend; continues through Sunday at the Lee Civic Center

February 28, 2018 The 94th annual Southwest Florida & Lee County Fair kicked off with a bang this past weekend, drawing tens of thousands of spectators who were treated to great entertainment and even better weather. more »»

Annual Town Hall meeting on Wednesday

February 28, 2018 Some of the hottest topics affecting North Fort Myers will be front and center, from the area’s growth to what’s being done to make it a destination, especially in the downtown area. more »»

Visioning workshop for Bayshore planned

February 28, 2018 Twenty years is a long way off. That doesn’t mean Lee County doesn’t have plans for what could be, and the tentative plans they have for the Bayshore section of  North Fort Myers are interesting. more »»

Chamber members get lesson on mixed-use overlay

February 28, 2018 When the Lee County Board of County Commissioners passed its budget last fall, the funding document included a pilot program to help North Fort Myers gain ground on other Lee County cities that have... more »»

State Constitution Revision Commission to hold public hearing in Cape Coral

February 28, 2018 Southwest Florida residents will have the opportunity to shape the November ballot for changes in the state’s constitution. more »»

NFM’s Taylor wins regional title on mat

February 28, 2018 The job was simple for Adolphus Taylor. Hang on for two minutes and become a regional champion. more »»

Clydesdales come to Shell Factory

February 28, 2018 It was something Tom Cronin had worked on for years. It was something he was shooting for as he tried to recover from his ailments. more »»

Tamiami Village class of horseshoe league

February 28, 2018 On Wednesday mornings, whether they be at home or even somewhere in Punta Gorda, the horseshoe pitchers from Tamiami Village are always out there bringing pride to their community. more »»

 
 

 

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