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NFMHS gets crossing sign

January 17, 2018 For those who walk to North Fort Myers High School every morning, it can be a daunting experience. Beside Orange Grove Boulevard being very busy, it is also dark, with first bell at 7:05 a.m. more »»

Thousands brave cold for truck tugs

January 17, 2018 It is an event near and dear to the hearts of North Fort Myers residents, and on Saturday, a nearly packed house came to see an old-fashioned tug-o-war, country style. more »»

North Babe Ruth readies for season

January 17, 2018 Kids lined up alongside the outfield wall waiting for their opportunity to catch and throw. Coaches hit fungoes in the outfield to each player, who then made their throws to second, then home. more »»

Nelson, Rooney keen to keep oil rigs away from Florida coast

January 17, 2018 The beaches of Aruba: crystal clear water, bright pink flamingos and offshore oil rigs in the distance. more »»

Lee County Posse Arena to host unique truck event

January 10, 2018 It will be a very busy winter at the Lee County Posse Arena, and it all begins with an event that has taken its spot as one of the bigger ones of the year. more »»

Arts Center looks to move forward in 2018

January 10, 2018 The Lee County Arts Center in North Fort Myers is slowly beginning to come together. more »»

$11 million Lotto ticket sold in NFM

January 10, 2018 The next Lotto millionaire might just be a North Fort Myers resident. more »»

Quilters Guild to hold show at Lee Civic Center

January 10, 2018 Every two years, the best quilters in the state gather for one of the area’s biggest and most colorful show. more »»

Runners brave the cold at cancer benefit

January 10, 2018 Weather may have put a chill on the third annual Tara Woods Facial Hair for Cancer Causes event but, thanks to hot coffee and commitment, the event stepped off as scheduled Saturday despite... more »»

Civic Center hosts home show

January 10, 2018 For those in need of anything from a roof to storm shutters, there was a place to get a look at some options this past weekend. more »»

NFM eagles have new brood of two

January 3, 2018 Harriet is again the mother of two eaglets. The first egg, dubbed E10, pipped early last Tuesday morning around 8 a.m., with it being fully visible at 8:33 a.m. Twelve hours later, at 8:54 p.m. more »»

Chamber has strong year, set to build on it in 2018

January 3, 2018 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce accomplished some things it hadn’t in a while as well as some new initiatives brought forward in 201. more »»

Tara Woods to host cancer run Saturday

January 3, 2018 For years, it seems that cancers that target men have received less than their share of fundraising efforts as compared to those for women. more »»

A look back at 2017: Name change proposal jump starts new interest in Civic

January 3, 2018 A summer controversy had an unexpected positive income for the North Fort Myers Civic Association in 2017. more »»

Shell Factory stands strong post Irma

January 3, 2018 For the past four years, the Shell Factory and Nature Park has added attractions and events and posted double-digit gains in attendance and revenues, thanks to a marketing strategy that had attracte... more »»

Our Hope Center puts pet health first

January 3, 2018 For Brandi Mikolak, caring for pets is her passion. Hours after closing Our Hope Center at 1621 N. more »»

Lee County DOT schedules Littleton Road/Kismet Parkway Realignment Study public meeting

January 2, 2018 The Lee County Department of Transportation will host a public meeting on the Littleton Road/Kismet Parkway Realignment Study from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Ja. more »»

ECHO to receive grant from Cape Foundation

December 27, 2017 ECHO Global Farm in North Fort Myers has received $ 25,000 grant from the Cape Coral Community Foundation. more »»

Hamman talks North Fort Myers revitalization

December 27, 2017 Commissioner Brian Hamman believes he has come up with a long-term plan to revitalize North Fort Myers, an area that has not seen the economic boom   under way in much of Lee Count. more »»

Civic storage facility plan

December 27, 2017 When the Lee County Board of County Commissioners allowed a developer to build a storage facility in North Fort Myers without having to spend $45,000 to plug into the public sewer system, it raised ... more »»



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