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Residents mixed over Lee truck ordinance

May 15, 2019 Residential property owners who have complained about commercial truck parking in neighborhoods scored a victory last Tuesday but those who make a living with those trucks aren’t happy. more »»

Commerical truck parking ordiance in effect

May 15, 2019 The Board of County Commissioners of Lee County, Florida, has determined that the parking of commercial trucks in residential areas and on public right-of-ways is detrimental to the health, safety... more »»

Report: failing septic tanks degrade water quality

May 15, 2019 The coalition of Lee County mayors and the Lee County Board of County Commissioners held a special meeting last week to discuss a contributory cause to water quality degradation: failing and... more »»

Shell Factory to host hurricane seminar

May 15, 2019 The 2019 hurricane season begins June 1 and, even if it turns out to be a light one, it only takes one storm for it to become a bad season very fast. more »»

Tractor Supply to hold Market Day on Saturday

May 15, 2019 Saturday will have the feel of a Farmer’s Market or Crafts Fair at the Tractor Supply Store at 5881 Bayshore Road in North Fort Myers. more »»

North High starts up two initiatives

May 15, 2019 North Fort Myers High School is looking to do things to make incoming freshmen feel a little more welcome at the school and to help those who cannot afford a calculator to be able to get one. more »»

North football hosts scrimmage

May 15, 2019 After spending several weeks hitting each other, The North Fort Myers High School football team finally had the opportunity to hit someone els. more »»

North downs Mariner to claim fourth straight district softball title

May 8, 2019 In a game that took nine innings to decide, the North Fort Myers softball team captured yet another District 6A-11 championship over Mariner, 6-4 -- the Red Knights' fourth consecutive district crown. more »»

NFMAA to present Arts Alive!

May 8, 2019 Arts Alive! is set to take center stage at North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts. more »»

Bus stop safety effort under way in NFM

May 8, 2019 More than 90 boxes of unopened, unbuilt picnic tables were stacked up in a workshop in Runway Road in North Fort Myer. more »»

Shell Factory sets Mother’s Day celebration

May 8, 2019 The Shell Factory & Nature Park promises that this year’s Mother’s Day celebration will be the best to date. more »»

Civic Association to hold hurricane seminar

May 8, 2019 The North Fort Myers Civic Association wants to make sure residents are prepared in the event a hurricane comes, such as Hurricane Irma did in 2017. more »»

CareerSource: ‘best-kept secret in Southwest Florida’

May 8, 2019 One of the most difficult things local businesses have to deal with is finding the right talent to employ. more »»

Ballroom dance competition teaches respect, social awareness, more

May 1, 2019 Fifth-graders from eight Lee County elementary schools have learned respect, to treat each other and act like ladies and gentlemen, social awareness, confidence and self-esteem. more »»

House passes firefighter cancer presumption bill

May 1, 2019 It was an historic day for firefighters across Florida last Wednesday, as the cancer presumption bill for firefighters was passed unanimously on the House floor and is set to be sent to Gov. more »»

Chamber honors Deputy of the Quarter

May 1, 2019 No matter what hour of day, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office is on duty. Even at 5 a.m., deputies will be there in the event of an emergenc. more »»

Tailgate party set for Bohanon Foundation

May 1, 2019 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers.com Community leaders, business owners and residents are invited to be part of one whale of a tailgating party. more »»

North Fort Myers Night with the Miracle

May 1, 2019 Last season, during the middle of the humid, murky summer, the Fort Myers Miracle celebrated its first North Fort Myers Night to raise money for the North Fort Myers Civic Association. more »»

Pioneer Picnic is huge reunion, blast from the past

May 1, 2019 Hundreds of people came to the Lee Civic Center’s Tinsley Pavilion on Saturday to reunite with old friends to catch up on their lives and reminisce about older and simpler times. more »»

North tennis full of freshmen, potential

May 1, 2019 Of the 10 starters on the North Fort Myers High School boys and girls tennis teams, six of them are freshmen and all of them, assuming they stick with the game, will return next season. more »»

 
 

 

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