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Chamber to end year on busy note

November 22, 2017 The end of the year is sure to be a busy one for the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce. more »»

NFMHS soccer team in rebuilding mode

November 22, 2017 Doug Palow remembers a time when the North Fort Myers High School boys soccer team was known for greatness. He was the coach when the Red Knights had some of their greatest moments on the pitc. more »»

Red Knights beat Clearwater in playoff opener

November 15, 2017 The North Fort Myers High School football team hadn’t played in a postseason game in a decade, but they didn’t look the least bit nervous in the first of what could be as many as four home playoff... more »»

NFMAA student to have art shown at Capitol

November 15, 2017 Makayla Uram is a wizard with a paint brush, and state lawmakers will have the opportunity to see just how talented she is. more »»

North students salute veterans

November 15, 2017 Students at the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts have been learning about veterans and the importance of thanking them for the sacrifices they make to help preserve our freedom. more »»

Sabal Springs dedicates veteran’s memorial

November 15, 2017 From the entrance of Sabal Springs to its clubhouse, there were thousands of American flags lining the streets. more »»

North Pee-Wees win shootout to advance

November 15, 2017 The North Fort Myers Pee-Wee Pop Warner football team and their fans went through quite a roller-coaster in their first-round Southeast Regional playoff game against Manatee on Saturda. more »»

Sheriff’s Office captain a true giver

November 15, 2017 For the last 18 years, Lee County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Christopher Reeves has coached Pop Warner football. more »»

ARC Starlight Auction expected to be biggest ever

November 8, 2017 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspaper. more »»

NFM Arts Center meeting set for Nov. 16

November 8, 2017 The plans for a new arts center in North Fort Myers are still very much in the infancy stage, but they might just have one person who can help them get the project off the ground. D. more »»

Jim’s Friends to hold turkey, skeet shoot

November 8, 2017 Whether there’s someone suffering from an illness and in need some help, or a family that would love to have a Christmas that they ordinarily couldn’t afford, Jim’s Friends Helping Friends has come... more »»

Multiple communities hold craft fairs

November 8, 2017 What started out as a scheduling coincidence turned out to be a tremendous plus for the area’s 55-plus communities as well as a way for them to come together and spend a Saturday morning. more »»

North Pee-Wees capture conference crown

November 8, 2017 For some, it was a perfect redemption. For others, it was taking care of business as they always have. And for others still, it was their first foray into the world of football. more »»

Vet remembers Vietnam very well

November 8, 2017 Son “Sonny” Pham is living proof what hard work can d. more »»

Rotary Clubs give third graders an imortant learning tool

November 1, 2017 Thanks to the generosity of the 15 Rotary Clubs, every third grade student in the Lee County School District received a dictionary of their own Friday. more »»

North completes perfect regular season

November 1, 2017 Four years ago, head coach Earnest Graham took over a North Fort Myers High School football program that was clearly in the doldrums. Changing the culture wasn’t easy. more »»

Manufactured home owner goes to DC for a cause

November 1, 2017 North Fort Myers resident Marjorie Mathers joined a post-hurricane march in Washington, demanding “robust aid” for those affected by the recent storms. more »»

Shell Factory holds an early Halloween

November 1, 2017 Even though most of them would be doing their trick or treating on Halloween, hundreds of kids came to the Shell Factory to try on their costumes and get in some early practice on Sunday. more »»

North cross-country steps up the pace

November 1, 2017 Kayla Easterly may have moved on, but the North Fort Myers High School girls track team has done a good job of competing nonetheles. more »»

Nam Jam attracts vets to Shell Factory

October 25, 2017 When Hurricane Irma resulted in the cancellation of the Nam Jam at the Shell Factory last month, it wasn’t known what kind of participation there would be when they rescheduled it. more »»



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