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Tractor Supply to host pet and livestock adoptions on Saturday

June 13, 2017 Tractor Supply Company in North Fort Myers at 5881 Bayshore Road will host pet and livestock adoptions on Saturday, June 17. more »»

Chamber, Suncoast team up to help feed families

June 7, 2017 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with the Suncoast Community Center pantry to help the neediest families in Lee County put food on the dinner table this summer and beyond. more »»

Property valuations up in North Fort Myers

June 7, 2017 Overall property valuation in North Fort Myers is up this year as are valuations throughout Lee County. more »»

Civic forms cultural arts committee

June 7, 2017 The North Fort Myers Civic Association has formed a cultural arts committee, a nucleus of supporters dedicated to bringing a cultural arts center to the area that will encompass performing, visual... more »»

Nazarene hosts Salute to America event

June 7, 2017 A few more people could have shown up, but that didn’t mean the Church of the n’t a success this past Memorial Day weekend. more »»

NFM Renaissance holds sequel cocktail party

June 7, 2017 In October 2015, the Dolphin Room at the Shell Factory held a North Fort Myers Renaissance luncheon to celebrate the county’s decision to fund a market study. more »»

Hurricane season is under way

June 7, 2017 National forecasters are anticipating anywhere from average activity to an above-normal season, depending on the source. Dr. Philip Klotzbach and Dr. Michael M. more »»

Battle on the Blueway set for June 10

June 7, 2017 Kayakers, surf skiers and standup paddleboarders will all have the chance to race for the finish. more »»

Civic Association cocktail party at Shell Factory

May 31, 2017 By CHUCK BALLARO It will be a day of socializing and of learning what’s next for the North Fort Myers area as a business destination. more »»

Counselor walks the extra mile with NFM student

May 31, 2017 John Saylor loves hunting, fishing, and living symbiotically with nature. His goal is to become a game warden or go to work for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. more »»

Kiwanis awards scholarships

May 31, 2017 Graduations may have taken place, but scholarship season is still in full force. more »»

Hancock ‘9-Strong’ bashing its way to victory

May 31, 2017 The Hancock Little League Nine-Strong All-Stars had some trouble filling its roster with 9-year-olds, so they went with some 8-year-olds to fill out their slate. And they are glad they did. more »»

Take a hike at Pop Ash Creek

May 31, 2017 It may be summer, but there are still plenty of opportunities to admire the nicest trails North Fort Myers has to offe. more »»

North Shore Animal Hospital one of the originals

May 31, 2017 Things have changed in North Fort Myers over the years, and that especially goes for North Shore Animal Hospital at 14487 N. Cleveland Ave., which has seen much in its 54 years in business. more »»

Graduation 2017: North graduates start new journey

May 24, 2017 North Fort Myers High School's 388 seniors accepted their high school diplomas at the Lee Civic Center Sunday at a ceremony that both looked forward and back at the accomplishments of their school... more »»

Church of the Nazarene to observe Memorial Day

May 24, 2017 When Van Garner decided to organize an event on Memorial Day weekend at the Church of the Nazarene, he was contemplating something modest —maybe 30 vendors and a few live events to keep everyone... more »»

Great first year at North for Diggs

May 24, 2017 Despite changes at the helm over the last six years, North Fort Myers High School has continued to excel in and out of the classroom. more »»

NFMAA summer arts camps offer variety of choices

May 24, 2017 The North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts will hold a summer camp of its own for three weeks, culminating in one of the most daring climaxes the camp has tried. more »»

State of the Schools breakfast outlines accomplishments and shares new goals

May 24, 2017 After a year of change on the administrative side, area schools are expected to become more stable in regards to leadership. It's the way the students learn that's going to have to change. more »»

Chamber awards scholarships to two North students

May 24, 2017 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce honored two students last week as recipients of the Chamber Foundation’s scholarship during its monthly business leaders luncheon at the Smokin’ Pit. more »»



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