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Out with old, in with new at Six Lakes Country Club

April 12, 2017 In the Pelican Room, the writing was on the walls, literally. more »»

Easter, Taste on deck for Shell Factory

April 12, 2017 The days may be getting hotter, but there are going to be some really cool things happening at the Shell Factory in the next few week. more »»

Junior Leadership Cape graduates 28

April 12, 2017 The youth of today are tomorrow’s leaders, and more than two dozen of Cape Coral’s finest took one big step toward tha. more »»

Kids hunt eggs at the NFM rec center

April 12, 2017 Every year, it seems the annual Easter egg hunt at the North Fort Myers Recreation Center has gotten bigger and bigge. more »»

Nestor’s a mainstay in North Fort Myers

April 12, 2017 When Hurricane Charley swept through Punta Gorda and took Nestor’s with it, it would have been easy for the owners to call it a day. more »»

Hunt for Easter eggs at the community park

April 5, 2017 By CHUCK BALLARO For many years, the North Fort Myers Community Park has held an Easter egg hunt for children. That tradition will continue this Saturday. more »»

Local lawmakers urged to support fracking ban

April 5, 2017 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspaper. more »»

Diaper bank to expand distribution to NFM

April 5, 2017 For many seniors or others with incontinence issues, the cost of adult diapers and supplies can cost as much as a car payment. more »»

North freshmen earn ‘Take Stock’ scholarships

April 5, 2017 Two North Fort Myers High School freshmen were among 39 Lee County students inducted into the Take Stock in Children scholarship program at a luncheon last week. more »»

Rotary Golf tourney at Magnolia Landing

April 5, 2017 For the Rotary Club of North Fort Myers to continue serving the community, it needs to raise money. more »»

Sleep overs at Shell Factory Nature Park

April 5, 2017 It may not be quite like camping out at Yellowstone, but children and a guardian will get the sounds of nature at their finest. The Shell Factory & Nature Park at 2787 N. more »»

Posse Arena welcomes truck tugs

April 5, 2017 When you plow the dirt away from the middle of the Lee County Posse Arena, there is a landing strip of concrete just wide enough to fit a large truck. more »»

Quilt Lover’s Hangout supports blanket program

April 5, 2017 It may be the lone business remaining at the Hancock Square Shopping Plaza, but it was certainly bustling with activity Friday. more »»

“Rock of Ages” rolls its way to North High

March 29, 2017 For fans of '80s rock, this musical will have you breaking out the AquaNet and Spandex. more »»

Lee approves three 20/20 purchases

March 29, 2017 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners has unanimously approved the purchase of three new parcels for the Conservation 20/20 program. The three areas are spread across Lee County: 12. more »»

Property tax deadline nears

March 29, 2017 The deadline to pay property taxes in Lee County before being delinquent is approaching. The Lee County Tax Collector mails out tax notices on or before Nov. 1 of every yea. more »»

Bayshore shuffleboard fetes top teams, players

March 29, 2017 One has to wonder if one of the requirements of becoming a Lazy Days resident is the ability to play shuffleboard. It isn’t. more »»

Tomstock X to benefit Miles of Smiles

March 29, 2017 Tomstock X, an all day music festival featuring seven local cover bands, has chosen to support the nonprofit organization, Miles of Smiles, this year. more »»

North High student accepted for NYU summer course

March 29, 2017 Only 18 high school students worldwide get the opportunity to take summer courses at one of the most prestigious art schools in the world. A.J. more »»

Bayshore Shuffleboard League holds season finale

March 29, 2017 For nearly 50 years, the Bayshore Shuffleboard League has given members of the area’s retirement communities an opportunity to compete and become friends. more »»



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