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Libraries to kick off SWFL reading festival

February 19, 2020 A popular festival that attracts upwards of 10,000 people each year will open a new chapter next week with a dozen pre-event activities around Lee County. more »»

Bayshore teacher is a Golden Apple finalist

February 19, 2020 Golden Apple recognition is not new for Lindsey Maxwell. more »»

Dock Dogs return to the Shell Factory

February 19, 2020 Hundreds of dogs and their handlers will converge upon the Shell Factory this weekend for one of the first big events of the Dock Dog season. more »»

16th annual Fossil Fest draws a crowd

February 19, 2020 When someone says is was a show that was millions of years in the making, that’s not a joke. more »»

‘Laughter on the 23rd Floor’ opens at Players Circle

February 19, 2020 Imagine having some of the most talented writers in the history of TV, film and stage all working in one room for one TV show. more »»

Civic Association makes some changes

February 19, 2020 Not much changed with the board of directors at the North Fort Myers Civic Association during its annual election at the North Fort Myers Recreation Center last week. There was one exception. more »»

Fire reported at NFM mulching site unrelated to operations

February 19, 2020 A fire reported at a local mulching company last week was kept under control with the North Fort Myers business saying it expected to reopen by today. more »»

Fossil Fest returns to the Shell Factory, new event starts

February 12, 2020 There’s something old and something new being offered at the Shell Factory & Nature Park this wee. more »»

Wiffle Ball tourney scores fundraising haul

February 12, 2020 The football field at the North Fort Myers Community Park on Saturday was filled with athletes armed with plastic bats, trying to hit a drastically curving ball to become the Wiffle Ball champs. more »»

‘Outside the box’ teaching key to North’s Stewart

February 12, 2020 Kaleigh Stewart, a North Fort Myers High School teacher of 9th and 10th-grade English, is among this year’s Golden Apple finalists. “I am pretty proud of myself. It’s quite an accomplishment. more »»

Drug House Odyssey not just for students

February 12, 2020 This past week, thousands of Lee County fifth-graders came to the Lee Civic Center for the Drughouse Odyssey, the annual event put on by the Coalition for a Drug Free Southwest Florida and many of... more »»

True Lyes offers all-natural soaps

February 12, 2020 Nobody really thinks of what kind of soap they use on their bodies every day when they’re in the shower. Most people usually just go to the store and pick up a name-brand bar. more »»

Pine Island Art Show held at the NFM rec center

February 12, 2020 When the Pine Island Art Show & Sale lost its traditional host site due to construction, the North Fort Myers Recreation Center was more than happy to fill the gap. more »»

North girls soccer wins district crown

February 12, 2020 It was all business for the North Fort Myers girls soccer program Friday night as they defeated Cape Coral 8-0 to notch back-to-back district titles -- their third in four year. more »»

Impeachment acquittal: No one surprised

February 12, 2020 For the third time in the history of the United States of America, a president was acquitted of charges that could have resulted in removal from office. more »»

Civic to hold its second annual Wiffle Ball tournament Feb. 8

February 6, 2020 The North Fort Myers Civic Association last year held its biggest fundraiser in history with the inaugural Wiffle Ball tournament at the community park. On Saturday, Fe. more »»

Drug House Odyssey family night invites all

February 6, 2020 Every year, Lee County fifth-graders take a trip to the Lee Civic Center to learn about the ramifications of making bad choices. more »»

Three North teachers named Golden Apple finalists

February 6, 2020 The Golden Apple is one of the most prestigious honors a Lee County teacher can receive. more »»

Bubba’s owner first honoree of new recognition program

February 6, 2020 Whenever there is a big event or a charity or non-profit needs a hand, Jay Johnson, owner of Bubba’s Roadhouse and Saloon, is always there to lend a hand. more »»

NFMAA students take part in Holocaust program

February 6, 2020 It has been 75 years since the end of one of the world’s most horrific events in history, the Holocaust. more »»



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