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Hundreds experience ‘Passion’ at North Shore

April 4, 2018 Despite some downpours early in the day, the rain stayed away and hundreds came to North Shore Alliance Church on Saturday as they did the previous evening to witness the sixth-annual “Passion... more »»

North student earns teaching scholarship

April 4, 2018 One of the things the Lee County school system is having a hard time of is finding is teachers because there are just not enough of them. more »»

North Fort Myers trio among those earning places in ‘Take Stock in Children’ scholarships program

April 4, 2018 Zachary Washburn and Lidialys and Saylena Martinez have a dream to attend college but, as with many students, may not have the financial wherewithal to do it outside of taking out student loans. more »»

North Shore Alliance to host Easter event

March 28, 2018 The Passion Experience, a series of small performances depicting the Easter miracle, will return to North Fort Myers this week, courtesy of  North Shore Alliance Church and a good number of actor... more »»

Lee approves Kismet/Littleton roadway merger

March 28, 2018 The Board of County Commissioners really didn’t have to pull the realignment for the Kismet Parkway and Littleton Road intersection. more »»

Trees coming down at Merchants Crossing

March 28, 2018 If you’ve passed by Merchants Crossing Shopping Center recently, you’ve might have realized something; there’s a pretty large shopping center there. more »»

Rodeo weekend draws a crowd

March 28, 2018 Considering that there almost wasn’t a rodeo this year at the Lee County Posse Arena, the fact they had one had to make people very thankful. more »»

Easter Bunny makes early stop in North Fort Myers

March 28, 2018 For many children, one thing they learn about Easter is the bunny, eggs and lots of candy. more »»

Candidates lining up for District 79 race

March 28, 2018 With Matt Caldwell about to term out in House District 79 and run for the Secretary of Agriculture statewide, there is already a long line of candidates vying for the state sea. more »»

Chamber leaders learn about Trump tax cuts

March 28, 2018 The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 signed by President Donald Trump has created a whole new world for every taxpayer in the country, and many of them don’t know what this reform is going to do. more »»

Graham resigns as NFMHS's head football coach

March 27, 2018 Citing personal reasons, North Fort Myers High School's legendary head football coach is stepping down. more »»

Golden Fest: Dogs to take over the Shell Factory again Sunday

March 21, 2018 By CHUCK BALLARO Sunday will be a day that will, quite literally, go to the dogs. more »»

Hurricane advice: Have a plan

March 21, 2018 It’s only natural that six months after Huricane Irma blew through, Lee County Emergency Management would hold hurricane preparedness seminars throughout the area. more »»

North swimming pool closed for repairs

March 21, 2018 The North Fort Myers swimming pool has served area residents for nearly 60 years and is the oldest community pool in Lee County. more »»

Easter Egg Hunt returns to rec center

March 21, 2018 The North Fort Myers Recreation Center is once again holding one of the most popular events of the year, the annual Easter Egg Hunt, which will happen Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. more »»

Fort Myers PRCA Rodeo returns to Posse

March 21, 2018 For the sixth year, the Fort Myers PRCA Rodeo will return to the Lee County Posse Arena for two shows on Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24, at 7 p.m. more »»

ECHO holds annual Food & Farm Fest

March 21, 2018 Thousands of people and hundreds of volunteers gathered at the ECHO Farm for the 27th annual Global Food & Farm Festival to learn about how people eat and grow food around the worl. more »»

St. Patrick’s Day celebrated at the Shell Factory

March 21, 2018 Kermit the Frog was wrong. It is easy to be green, at least on March 17. On Saturday, more than 700 people turned out at the Shell Factory on a spectacular day to celebrate St. more »»

Civic Association opens new chapter

March 21, 2018 The monthly North Fort Myers Civic Association meeting on March 13 signaled in a new era in the history of the group and it didn’t take long for new president Doug Dailey to set some direction. more »»

North Fort Myers eaglets fledge, on way to adulthood

March 21, 2018 In a season that has lacked the drama of previous years, one more massive milestone has been passed by the Pritchett Farm eaglets — their first fledge. more »»



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