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Lee school district adopts no-bags policy

September 5, 2018 To further protect students, staff and spectators, the Lee County School District implemented a new policy this week that prohibits bringing bookbags, backpacks, duffel bags, or large purses into... more »»

Precinct 68 a busy place on primary day

September 5, 2018 The afternoon rain that pummeled North Fort Myers last week during primary day last Tuesday did not keep voters in Precinct 68 from going to the polls. more »»

Freeman, Steube cruise in District 17 primaries

August 29, 2018 The race for the U.S. Representative District 17 seat produced two primaries for the first time in years. What it didn’t produce was drama. more »»

Roach wins Republican primary in District 79

August 29, 2018 For Spencer Roach, the reality of him being the Republican candidate in State House District 79 hadn’t really sunk in even after he learned he had wo. more »»

AMVETS to hold Labor Day celebration, membership drive

August 29, 2018 AMVETS Post 50 will hold its second-annual Family Fun Day and membership drive this Sunday, Sept. 2. The community event scheduled from noon to 4 p.m. more »»

ReadingPals volunteers needed for area schools

August 29, 2018 Volunteers who would like to become a ReadingPal for pre-k and kindergarten students are being sought for area schools. more »»

Hope Chest to hold sale this weekend

August 29, 2018 If you like shopping for bargains and helping out a good cause, Labor Day weekend will offer an event that features both. more »»

County modifies Conservation 20/20 land acquisition criteria

August 29, 2018 After more than two dozen speakers asked Lee County commissioners to weigh in against a staff-tendered plan to modify the Conservation 20/20 land acquisition process, the elected board approved a... more »»

Shell Factory goes BOGO in September

August 29, 2018 The Shell Factory & Nature Park has not changed the way it’s doing things just because it’s summer and the snowbirds have flown home. more »»

Bait Station dedicated to grandson’s memory

August 29, 2018 It was the dream of Richard Garland’s grandson, Kyle, to open a bait shop. Sadly, Kyle did not live to see that dream come true. more »»

Congressman Rooney brings officials to see toxic blooms

August 22, 2018 Paradise Marina in North Fort Myers sounds like it should be a pretty Floridian place to visi. more »»

‘Early voting’ for Aug. 28 primary under way

August 22, 2018 Early voting for the Aug. 28 Primary Election began Saturday and runs through Aug. 25 at 10 locations across Lee County, including one in North Fort Myers. more »»

Republican, Democratic primaries in District 17

August 22, 2018 The decision by U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney to not seek reelection has resulted in a wide-open scramble by both major parties to take an all-important seat in the House of Representatives. U. more »»

Pop Warner Knights play in Jamboree

August 22, 2018 After nearly three weeks of conditioning and hitting each other, the North Fort Myers Red Knights Pop Warner football teams finally got a chance to hit someone else. more »»

Chamber Bingo moves to Sabal Springs

August 22, 2018 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce Bingo luncheons have not been drawing the crowds it used to, but if that’s your game, you may just want to check it ou. more »»

Citrus Expo not deaf to water quality issues

August 22, 2018 The 27th annual Citrus Expo at the Lee Civic Center last week brought farmers, suppliers, botanists and others for two days of education on the hot issues as well as the latest products and... more »»

Civic Association continues logo debate

August 22, 2018 If the North Fort Myers Civic Association’s board was asked what kind of logo it wanted, it likely would get 12 different answers, one for every board member. more »»

North football starts fall practice

August 15, 2018 The new school year got started for most on Friday, but for the North Fort Myers High School football team, school was back in session two weeks early. more »»

Thousands attend Caloosahatchee Death March

August 15, 2018 Wearing black, carrying signs and even a coffin, more than 3,000 people turned out Saturday to mourn the death of a river. more »»

Schools starts strong at North

August 15, 2018 For the most part, the buses arrived on time and the teachers and students were in high spirits as schools in Lee County opened for more than 90,000 students Friday. more »»



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