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Rodeo returns to the posse arena

March 1, 2017 In just a short period of time, the PRCA Fort Myers Rodeo has become a place for the top cowboys and cowgirls to come to win some prize money and make strides to get a coveted spot in the National... more »»

Cruise-in returns to Merchants Crossing

March 1, 2017 It has been a welcome sight to see hundreds of cars cram into the parking lot at the Merchants Crossing Shopping Center on Monday nights once agai. more »»

Bayshore Truck & Auto to celebrate 10 years

March 1, 2017 It hasn’t always been easy, but Bayshore Truck & Auto, at 6371 Bayshore Road, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. And they plan to commemorate it in grand fashion. more »»

Mayor’s Scholarship Fundraiser set for March 23

March 1, 2017 Ticket sales are heating up for the Cape Coral Mayor's Scholarship Fund's theater night production of the Broadway hit musical "Hairspray" at Cultural Park Theater on March 23. more »»

Graber signs letter of intent with University of Alabama

March 1, 2017 While nearly all the athletic programs at North Fort Myers High School play and practice in public, Lexi Graber is one of the exceptions. more »»

‘March for Trump’ rally set for March 4 in Cape Coral

March 1, 2017 To create a statewide — and nationwide — show of patriotism and support for the 45th president of the United States, the Lee County 4 Trump and Lee County Republican Executive Committee groups plan ... more »»

Countdown begins to Lee County Fair

February 22, 2017 Since 1924, the Lee County Fair has made millions of great memories for people of all ages, from the time it was at Terry Park to today on the vast grounds of the Lee Civic Center. more »»

NFM Civic supports sewers for downtown

February 22, 2017 The North Fort Myers Civic Association has lent its support to the installation of a central sewer system and stormwater runoff in the town center, an area community leaders hope will become one of... more »»

Economic development starts with local business

February 22, 2017 Lee County Economic Development Office has re-prioritized its efforts from trying to bring big businesses into Lee County to nurturing the ones that are already here. more »»

PRCA Rodeo to return to Posse Arena

February 22, 2017 The start of the Lee County Fair isn’t the only thing going on in North Fort Myers. About a mile away, the fifth annual PRCA Rodeo will return for two performances Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. more »»

‘Our Hope’ provides hope for feral felines

February 22, 2017 By CHUCK BALLARO Feral cats are a problem in North Fort Myers, which has areas of woody terrain and so prime places for felines to bree. more »»

Area animal rescue sets Bow Wow Bash fundraiser

February 22, 2017 By TIFFANY REPECKI trepecki@breezenewspapers. more »»

Lee Health teams up for screening, aging events

February 22, 2017 The Lee Health Parish Nurse Program is teaming up with Right at Home In Home Care & Assistance and Shell Point Retirement Community to provide a series of free health screening and positive aging... more »»

‘Walk For Wishes’ 5K gives sick children a boost

February 22, 2017 Children with life-threatening medical conditions stand to benefit from funds being raised on Saturday, Feb. 25, through the 7th annual Walk For Wishes 5K Run/Walk. more »»

Fossil Fest rocks the Shell Factory

February 22, 2017 It was an event as much as 300 million years in the making, and worth every minute of it. more »»

Fossil Fest returns to Shell Factory

February 15, 2017 The previous two years the Fossil Fest was at the Shell Factory, it got a little bigger each time. When it returns this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., it promises to be the biggest yet. more »»

Tropic Isles’ ‘Blue Room’ a calming student oasis

February 15, 2017 It started as a dream of a teenager with autism. On Thursday, it became a reality. more »»

Deployed airman surprises daughter with school visit

February 15, 2017 When Mackenzie Morrill went to kindergarten Thursday morning, she had no idea of the surprise she was going to get. Her father, who had been stationed for six months in the Middle East with the U.S. more »»

Bayshore’s Golden Apple finalist rocks the classroom

February 15, 2017 Many adults remember watching “Schoolhouse Rock” when they were kids and the lessons they learned in math, history and English through musi. more »»

Drug House Odyssey encourages good choices

February 15, 2017 Make the right choices in life, because the consequences of making the wrong ones could be devastating. more »»



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