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It’s official: Players Circle opens

February 6, 2020 On Saturday, before the final evening performance of his second production, Robert Cacioppo, producing artistic director of the Players Circle Theatre, joked about the problems on the path to opening. more »»

Tax Office to offer kiosks for tag renewals

February 6, 2020 The Lee County Tax Collector will offer a more convenient way to renew vehicle registrations at three locations beginning this month. “We are looking at new ideas to make it better for the consumer. more »»

Short month, long schedule at North Library

February 6, 2020 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers.com The North Fort Myers Public Library will have no shortage of programs even if February has a shortage of days. more »»

Barber is your haircut Headquarters

February 6, 2020 Headquarters, located at the Merchant Crossing Shopping Center, just a few doors down from Planet Fitness, offers all the traditional barbershop services. more »»

Tickets on sale for Lifeline Family Center Benefit Dinner

February 6, 2020 The annual Benefit Dinner for Lifeline Family Center will feature a well-known preacher, who is sure to address a sold-out crowd. “It's going to be really amazing,” Lifeline Family Center Inc. more »»

Volunteers needed for MobilePack event

February 6, 2020 A total of 900 volunteers are needed to help Cape Coral MobilePack reach its goal of packing 200,000 meals for the Feed My Starving Children program. more »»

LCEC marks milestone: An electrifying 80 years

January 29, 2020 One of North Fort Myers’ best-known businesses grew up here -- literally. In 1937, orange grove owner George Judd ran a small power plant for his farm in North Fort Myers. more »»

County accepts Powell Creek grant

January 29, 2020 The Lee County Board of County Commissioner last week accepted a state grant of $774,000 from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for construction of water quality improvements to the... more »»

Residents meet to get Paradise Isle update

January 29, 2020 A development that is expected to be a game changer for North Fort Myers will once again have its date with the hearing examiner delayed. more »»

Thousands attend Cracker Day Rodeo

January 29, 2020 Ranchers in Florida were working and moving cattle throughout the state well before there was a stat. more »»

Truck tugs next at the posse arena

January 29, 2020 The Cracker Day Rodeo may be over for this year, but that’s just the beginning of a very busy next few weeks at the Lee County Posse Arena. more »»

Thousands pay homage to gumbo

January 29, 2020 The Shell Factory and Nature Park couldn’t have asked for a nicer day Sunday for the 18th annual Gumbofest. more »»

Realignment of Littleton Road-Kismet Parkway gets under way

January 29, 2020 A project that has been several years in the making has finally gotten underway, and it will give residents in Cape Coral another route out of the city into North Fort Myers and vice-versa. more »»

RV Show features new range of motorhomes

January 29, 2020 For people who have attended the Fort Myers RV Show over the years, this version of it seemed a little different from those in the recent past. more »»

Registration open for Strides in Education 5K

January 29, 2020 The community is invited to support the next generation of learners by participating in the annual Take Stock in Children’s Strides in Education 5K to be held next month. more »»

Crafts fair draws nearly 60 vendors

January 29, 2020 Every year for the past 15 years, Sally Mere has held arts and crafts shows throughout South Florida to give vendors a fair shake and an opportunity to sell their items. more »»

Windmill Village hosts Home show

January 29, 2020 The last weekend in January is among the busiest times of the year in Southwest Florida, with countless events and other things to do. more »»

Shell Factory welcomes back its biggest event of the year

January 22, 2020 Gumbofest returns to the Shell Factory for its 18th year this Sunday, running from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with live music, raffles and, of course, gumbo options aplenty. “We have been pretty lucky. more »»

School ‘proximity’ plan gets nod

January 22, 2020 The School District of Lee County will explore a redistricting plan that would keep elementary school students a little closer to home. more »»

Mom of child killed in hit-and-run makes appeal for lighting, sidewalks

January 22, 2020 The mother of a 14-year-old girl who died Saturday after being struck by a driver who left the scene has made a heart-felt plea in memory of her daughter: more sidewalks and street lights in... more »»

 
 

 

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