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Golden Fest returns to Shell Factory Sunday

March 27, 2019 Golden Retriever Rescue of Southwest Florida will host GoldenFest X from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday at Doggy Heaven at the Shell Factory & Nature Par. more »»

Citrus canker reimbursement in House budget

March 27, 2019 Still waiting for compensation for the removal of citrus trees on your property? After nearly two decades, it may be coming. more »»

A Knight Out at The Ranch to support NFM football

March 27, 2019 A Friday night concert event at The Ranch in Fort Myers will help support the North Fort Myers High School football tea. more »»

Bayshore Shuffleboard League ends season

March 27, 2019 Every year in late March, the teams from the Bayshore Shuffleboard League get together to play one final tournament, celebrate the season they had with an awards luncheon, after which many of them... more »»

Businesses must prep for active assailants

March 27, 2019 With random acts of violence continuing to make headlines, the public is urged to be prepared for most anything. more »»

Motorplex handles big engines

March 27, 2019 A North Fort Myers automotive shop has carved out a specialty by going big. Ron and Leslie Siegle own the Motorplex shop at 2721 N. Tamiami Trail, next to the Shell Factory. more »»

Eaglets fledge, but not without drama

March 20, 2019 The eaglets that have been raised by Harriet and M15 are fast becoming young adults, and on Wednesday and Thursday became the latest eaglets from that couple to fledg. more »»

Civic set to dole out scholarships

March 20, 2019 When the North Fort Myers Civic Association decided to hold its Wiffle Ball Bash, the idea was to eventually give out a scholarship to a deserving North Fort Myers student. more »»

Bayshore community shows up for open house

March 20, 2019 Lee County staff last week hosted an open house at the Davidson House at the Lee Civic Center regarding the Bayshore Community Plan, which has been nearly a year in the makin. more »»

AARP at rec center to help with taxes

March 20, 2019 Having your taxes done by a professional can be expensive, and doing it yourself can be a real hassle. more »»

Civic cleans up Old 41

March 20, 2019 A sign on the southbound side of N. Tamiami Trail just past Littleton Road says “Adopt A Road,” with a smaller sign that says “North Fort Myers Civic Association. more »»

Shell Factory celebrates St. Patty’s Day

March 20, 2019 It was a sea of green Sunday at the Shell Factory on Sunday as an event that started with one golf cart and five people grew to a crowd of more than 1,000 at the annual St. Patty’s Day celebration. more »»

$63 million for ’Glades restoration ‘not enough’

March 20, 2019 State and local leaders are grateful — but underwhelmed — with President Donald Trump’s 2020 budget request for Everglades restoration. Trump’s request, made Wednesday, was for nearly $63. more »»

ECHO Farm Fest offers taste of the world

March 20, 2019 If you went to ECHO’s annual Global Food & Farm Festival and went to the tropical rainforest section, it actually felt like a rainforest. more »»

ECHO to host annual festival Saturday

March 13, 2019 Southwest Florida’s premier festival focusing on sustainable living, agriculture, and food is coming this weekend. more »»

Weaver’s Corner Winn-Dixie to close

March 13, 2019 The sign at the front of the Winn-Dixie at Weaver’s Corner Shopping Center says it all: Store Closing. more »»

Fresenius Kidney Care to open North Fort Myers location

March 13, 2019 Fresenius Kidney Care is opening a new location in North Fort Myers to help Southwest Floridians battle kidney disease. And they want the public to know they’re here to help. more »»

Bud Clydesdales visit Shell Factory

March 13, 2019 For the second year running, fans looking to see the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales packed the parking lot at the Shell Factory in North Fort Myers Thursday. more »»

Hurricane preparedness seminars get jump start

March 13, 2019 It’s not too early to get ready for hurricane season. That was the message at the pre-season hurricane preparedness seminar held last Tuesday at the Shell Factory and Nature Park. more »»

NFM High’s Taylor, Mariner's Minto state champs

March 13, 2019 Mariner's Christian Minto and Adolphus Taylor of North Fort Myers won state titles Saturday in the state Class 3A wrestling tournament at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee. more »»

 
 

 

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