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Impact of medical marijuana chamber luncheon topic

September 27, 2017 The state of Florida has legalized medical marijuana, and the consequences it will have on businesses and the state at large are very much unknown, the North Fort Myers business community was told... more »»

NFM selected for Lee County pilot program

September 27, 2017 For the first time ever, Lee County is budgeting a pilot program to incentivize and attract businesses for private redevelopment in areas that desperately need it. more »»

Sewall repairs big issue post-Irma

September 27, 2017 Waterside residents around the county are reporting damaged seawalls — and as more and more reports roll in, it will take longer and longer for repairs to be done. "The people of Florida are tough. more »»

Task force comes to rescue for Suncoast

September 20, 2017 When Hurricane Irma did its worse, neighbor helped neighbor in Suncoast Estates. The community came together to help clean up, provide food and water to those in need and show they care. more »»

Area businesses getting back on their feet

September 20, 2017 Jan Genovee, owner of Bianca’s Ristorante at 16251 N. Cleveland Ave., was thrilled to finally be able to reopen for dinner on Saturday, albeit with a limited menu and cash only. more »»

State office attracts local candidates

September 20, 2017 The state’s law on term limits means a domino effect for positions from rank and file state reps and senators all the way up to the governor. more »»

Events rescheduled in wake of Irma

September 20, 2017 Venues and organizations in North Fort Myers are regrouping in the wake of Hurricane Irma which, in addition to causing serious damage, resulted in the cancellation of numerous events. more »»

Shell Factory opens after the storm

September 20, 2017 While many businesses suffered damages from Hurricane Irma, the loss suffered at Shell Factory & Nature Park was among the more heartbreaking. more »»

For insurers, storms bring challenges

September 20, 2017 For area insurers, the time before and after a storm can be very hectic as policy holders call with what-do-I-do questions because, for many people, it’s the first time they’ve had to file a claim. more »»

Trump dispenses hoagies, handshakes in hurricane zone

September 20, 2017 NAPLES (AP) — President Donald Trump doled out hoagies and handshakes in the sweltering Florida heat on Thursday as he took a firsthand tour of Irma's devastation and liberally dispensed... more »»

Food distribution 10 a.m.-noon Monday at Suncoast Community Center

September 18, 2017 The Harry Chapin Food Bank will be distributing water and food at the following emergency mobile pantry locations today: • 10 a.m. to noon: Suncoast Community Center, 2241 Case Lane, N. Ft. more »»

More damage caused by Hurricane Irma

September 13, 2017 Hurricane Irma caused damage across North Fort Myers Sunday to both homes and businesses. Pool cages, lanais, roofs and more were damaged, and many trees were knocked down or suffered broken branches. more »»

NFM residents grateful Irma impact less than projected

September 12, 2017 Hurricane Irma did less damage than projected but still managed to do its share in North Fort Myers, with downed trees, nearly everyone without power, and the occasional carport being torn off the... more »»

Library move rescheduled due to Irma

September 12, 2017 The planned move of the North Fort Myers Public Library to a temporary location has been pushed back two weeks because of the Hurricane Irma and the uncertainty of its path as of Thursday. more »»

Shell Factory to present veterans event

September 12, 2017 Update: The Shell Factory's Nam Jam, scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 16, has been postponed to Oct. 22 due to Hurricane Irma. more »»

NFM High School bowlers ready to roll

September 12, 2017 The North Fort Myers High School boys bowling team has the makings of a state qualifier this season and, if you saw them play recently against Dunbar at Head Pinz on Del Prado Boulevard, the team’s... more »»

Elks show appreciation to first responders

September 12, 2017 They say the best way to a person’s heart is through their stomach. The Elks Lodge 2742 is trying to show its appreciation to those who serve to keep North Fort Myers safe. more »»

Lee County Solid Waste to suspend garbage collections

September 7, 2017   Friday, Sept. 8, will be the last day for all regularly scheduled garbage, yard waste, bulky waste and recycling collections. There will be no collections Saturda. more »»

Opportunities abound on nature walk at Caloosahatchee Creek

September 6, 2017 With all the rain the area got this past week, it could prove to be a very interesting opportunity for nature lovers to see things they may not ordinarily see. more »»

Lee dries out after rains flood many areas

September 6, 2017 A few days of sunshine were a welcome sight for Southwest Floridians this week following three days of torrential rain that flooded many areas, closed streets and schools, and resulted in some peopl... more »»



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