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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 »»

Peete tournament a rousing success

October 25, 2017 It’s safe to say the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce Foundation will have lots of scholarships to give to high school seniors when it’s time for them to graduate. more »»

Lee County deputies feted at Chamber luncheon

October 25, 2017 What started as a routine traffic stop turned into something much more serious and potentially deadly, including guns and even a pipe bomb. more »»

Bid to Censure civic association president fails

October 25, 2017 A bid to censure North Fort Myers Civic Association president Michael Land failed Thursday nigh. more »»

Peetes the real stars of golf tourney

October 25, 2017 Pepper Peete said her late husband was more than just “The greatest African-American golfer in the history of the PGA before Tiger Wood. more »»

NFM Fire Dept. holds car seat event

October 25, 2017 Car seats are a necessity for the millions of families who have small children. more »»

Yard sale at rec center Saturday

October 25, 2017 It’s been said that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. On Saturday, there will be an opportunity to find out for yourself. more »»

Blessing of the Animals: All Souls Episcopal and Messiah Lutheran to hold joint service Saturday

October 18, 2017 The All Souls Episcopal and Messiah Lutheran churches will hold a joint service for the annual Blessing of the Animals at All Souls Church at 2 p.m. Saturday, and creatures great or small are welcome. more »»

Rec center reopens in time for Fall fest

October 18, 2017 The North Fort Myers Recreation Center, closed for a month due to Hurricane Irma, has reopened in time for the 17th annual Fall Festiva. more »»

Red Knights demolish Charlotte 41-0

October 18, 2017 What a turn of events. Two touchdowns in 22 seconds, and the North Fort Myers Red Knights were on their way. Big time. more »»

Chamber to host Peete golf tournament

October 18, 2017 If you and three of your friends are looking for a place to play a round of golf this weekend, you may want to head to Magnolia Landing on Saturday. more »»

Shell Factory’s ’Nam Jam re-set for Sunday

October 18, 2017 The Shell Factory & Nature Park is back on track in the wake of Hurricane Irma with two major events on back-to-back weekends and a change to one of their signature weeknight promotions. more »»

Civic Association meetings back in session

October 18, 2017 After Hurricane Irma forced the cancellation of September’s North Fort Myers Civic Association meeting, and this month’s meeting was delayed by cleanup following the North Fort Myers Recreation... more »»

Dozens take part in White Cane Walk

October 18, 2017 Martin Renteria’s put on a blindfold, and grabbed his came and made his way across Old 41 on Pine Island Road. As an 18-year-old, he said he found it easy. more »»

ECHO teams up to send seeds to Puerto Rico

October 11, 2017 Despite Hurricane Irma wrought destruction the grounds at its North Fort Myers research facility, ECHO has joined an effort to help get the farms in Puerto Rico going again in the wake of Hurricane... more »»



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