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Bingo raises funds for Benches For Our Babes

June 5, 2019 A Drag Queen Bingo fundraiser — something which has taken on a life of its own throughout the country — was held in North Fort Myers Friday to benefit Benches For Our Babes, a non-profit group... more »»

Rec center hosts state hoops tourney

June 5, 2019 Every year, Youth Basketball of America holds its annual state tournament, and last weekend, more than 100 teams throughout the state came to Lee County to compete for bragging rights and an... more »»

Don’t have your storm kit? Sales Tax holiday in effect through Thursday

June 5, 2019 Residents across Florida will have the chance to stock up on hurricane supplies, tax-free, through June 6. more »»

Pop Ash Creek Preserve offers hiking, more

May 29, 2019 It may be summer in Southwest Florida, but that doesn’t mean everything screeches to a halt. You can take a walk in some of our most pristine preserves at any time of year. more »»

North High ends another great year

May 29, 2019 The seniors have flung their caps in the air, but it was business as usual last week at North Fort Myers High School for the rest of the students. more »»

School musical presents a history lesson

May 29, 2019 When the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts presented the musical “Newsies” during its Arts Alive celebration, it not only provided friends and family 90 minutes of entertainment, but also... more »»

North wears down Cypress Lake in 23-21 spring football

May 29, 2019 Cypress Lake brought the flash Thursday night. North Fort Myers brought the smash. The smash won. more »»

Shell Factory zip line set to reach milestone ride

May 29, 2019 In the next few weeks, the Soaring Eagle Zip Line at the Shell Factory & Nature Park will reach a very impressive milestone, one they didn’t think possible when they opened it five years ago this... more »»

Lee TeleHealth, virtual care service, offered

May 29, 2019 Area residents and visitors can now access medical care for minor injuries and sickness from home, thanks to Lee TeleHealth, a virtual care service. more »»

Restaurant Week offers some Sizzle

May 29, 2019 Nothing brings people together like a good meal and a good caus. more »»

436 seniors graduate at North Fort Myers High School

May 22, 2019 Four years ago, the boys and girls who entered North Fort Myers High School were, well, just that, about to begin the most challenging part of their young lives. more »»

North graduates look back, look ahead

May 22, 2019 North Fort Myers High School’s 436 graduates have a lot of memories. They also have great futures ahead of them, with new adventures that will be filled with achievement and a pothole or two alike. more »»

NFMAA nurse named District’s best

May 22, 2019 Gwen Boyd, nurse at North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts, has been named Lee County Public Schools Nurse of the Year for her “priceless” service to students and staff. more »»

North softball team falls in Region 6A-3 regional final

May 22, 2019 There's an old adage that says all good things must come to an end. more »»

NFMAA to hold annual summer arts camp

May 22, 2019 Whether you want to learn to play the violin or be a part of your own rock band, there are plenty of fun arts activities you can do this summer at the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts. more »»

ARC seeks sponsors for Casino Royale fundraiser

May 22, 2019 Pull out your white tuxedos and black dresses and spend the night playing craps, roulette or blackjack, just like the famous spy, and help out some dogs and cats in the process. more »»

Bus stop safety groups speaks at Civic

May 22, 2019 The North Fort Myers Civic Association got a good gathering and got much accomplished during its monthly meeting last Tuesday at the North Fort Myers Recreation Center. more »»

Ergonomics key to business success

May 22, 2019 When it comes to preventing injuries on the job, nobody thinks about ergonomics very much. more »»

Kiwanis hands out 22 scholarships, $291,000 worth in all

May 15, 2019 Some of the area’s brightest soon-to-be graduates came to the Kiwanis Hall on Thursday to receive one of the richest awards this scholarship season. more »»

Residents mixed over Lee truck ordinance

May 15, 2019 Residential property owners who have complained about commercial truck parking in neighborhoods scored a victory last Tuesday but those who make a living with those trucks aren’t happy. more »»



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