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Local reaction to possible Trump impeachment mixed

October 2, 2019 President Donald Trump is facing an impeachment inquiry over communications he had with the president of Ukraine and whether he held hundreds of millions of dollars in aid in exchange for dirt on... more »»

LCEC gives museum, SCCF, environmental awards

October 2, 2019 A museum in Sanibel will be getting help with building its new aquarium, thanks to an award from LCEC. more »»

North rolls over Ida Baker, 47-7

October 2, 2019 The North Fort Myers Red Knights were a runaway train Friday night and never looked back on their way to a dominating 47-7 victory over Ida Baker at Mooney Fiel. more »»

Lip Sync battle raises money to stop suicide

October 2, 2019 A half-dozen competitors and about another 100 spectators came to witness the ultimate lip sync battle at Victory Lane Cafe, while also raising more than $1,700 to fight suicide. more »»

Powell Creek is the place to be for hikers

September 25, 2019 Southwest Floridians had some unusually dry weather last week, providing a perfect time to enjoy the outdoors. more »»

Hamman: Good news on taxes, water quality

September 25, 2019 Business leaders had a lot of questions to ask County Commissioner Brian Hamman as he spoke last week at the monthly North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce Business Leaders Luncheon at the Smoke N Pi. more »»

Eckenrode is new Neighbor publisher

September 25, 2019 Ray Eckenrode has assumed the role of publisher for the Breeze Newspapers which includes the North Fort Myers Neighbo. more »»

RV fire damages gas station in NFM

September 25, 2019 One person was hospitalized with minor injuries after an RV fire at the Mobil station on the corner of Hancock Bridge Parkway and Orange Grove Boulevard nearly destroyed the vehicle and did minor... more »»

North volleyball shows some team strength

September 25, 2019 The North Fort Myers High School volleyball program has always had a very good program. It is just been in the wrong place at the wrong time. more »»

North Fort Myers rebounds with win over East Lee

September 25, 2019 Homecoming was a great time to bounce back at North Fort Myer. more »»

Powell Creek Preserve provides guided tour

September 18, 2019 As the fall arrives and the weather slowly gets dryer and cooler, it’s a good time to take in the beautiful scenery that Southwest Florida provides without the sunsets or palm trees. more »»

Bayshore fire budget gets nod

September 18, 2019 With first approval now passed, the Bayshore Fire District will hold its final budget hearing for its FY2020 fiscal plan next week. more »»

Flood maps introduced

September 18, 2019 Some Lee County residents could be facing a large jump in flood insurance rates. more »»

Civic Association conducts road cleanup along Old 41

September 18, 2019 Early Saturday morning, they were out on Old U.S. more »»

Rebel Riders Auction raises funds for Nature Park Foundation events

September 18, 2019 The Shell Factory & Nature Park serve the community by giving elementary school children an opportunity to take a field trip there to learn about the animals that dwell there. more »»

Civic Center packed for Vintage Market Days

September 18, 2019 Last year, nearly 7,000 people showed up for the first Vintage Market Days at the Lee Civic Center. more »»

Dental Care of North Fort Myers opens on Hancock

September 18, 2019 Not a long time ago, the building was a Wells Fargo bank. Now, it is a dental office, serving people in Cape Coral and North Fort Myers in a convenient location on Hancock Bridge Parkwa. more »»

Pets in Paradise prides itself on grooming expertise

September 18, 2019 It all started as a way to meet new people in the neighborhoo. more »»

Vintage market to come back to civic center

September 11, 2019 Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, Vintage Market Days will return to the Lee Civic Center Friday to Sunday, Sept. 13 to 15. more »»

North Fire District getting budget together

September 11, 2019 The North Fort Myers Fire Control & Rescue Service District will continue to update its apparatus as well as plan for the future when it presents its 2020 budget. more »»

 
 

 

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