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Registration now open for 6th annual Beach Chamber Bowling Bash

July 3, 2019 Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce members have an opportunity to try their hand at bowling during the 6th annual Beach Chamber Bowling Bash later this month, and they’re hoping to attract more... more »»

Fort Myers Beach ready for the Fourth

July 3, 2019 Fort Myers Beach has you covered with an entire day of Fourth of July festivities. The celebration starts at 10 a.m. with the annual parade, featuring colorful floats and costumed participants. more »»

Lani Kai invites beachgoers to celebrate the Fourth of July for four days

July 3, 2019 The Lani Kai, which features multiple bars and restaurants, is having a four-day party this Independence Day. more »»

A Q&A with Paula Kiker

July 3, 2019 Paula Kiker is running to fill the district 3 seat that her late husband, Larry Kiker, left behind when he died after battling cancer. more »»

Parrot Key to host Caribbean Nights Dinner Shows

July 3, 2019 You’ll feel like you’re in an island paradise as you’re greeted with a flower lei and surrounded by tiki torches at Parrot Key’s new Caribbean Nights Dinner shows, which be held on Wednesday nigh. more »»

Best of Fort Myers Beach 2019

July 3, 2019 By LEAH SANKEY The Fort Myers Beach Observer’s Best of Fort Myers Beach award ceremony was held at Coste which also catered the event, at the Diamond Head Resor. more »»

Annual Back to School Supply Drive kicks off

July 3, 2019 The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools is collecting items for its annual Back to School Supply Drive, which helps stock the Education Resource Center, open to educators of Lee County Public... more »»

Key component of Fort Myers Beach Margaritaville challenge dropped

July 1, 2019 Construction for the Margaritaville project on Fort Myers Beach may be on a faster track than anticipated. more »»

Ted Thayer is the man behind repairing a few of the Beach’s iconic landmarks

June 26, 2019 Ted Thayer mended the old coral stone monument on Main Street that was riddled with cracks and has now volunteered to be the head stone mason for the Restore the Arches nonprofit grou. more »»

The F.E.M. Collective to have first Summer Series show on Fort Myers Beach

June 26, 2019 The F.E.M. Collective believes that women deserve to be heard. They seek to amplify women’s voices in the music industry. F.E.M. stands for female empowering musicians. The F.E. more »»

Beach Coast Guard station searching for missing diver

June 26, 2019 The Coast Guard is searching for a missing diver 18 miles west of Sanibel Island. Coast Guard Sector S. more »»

20/20 land to be named Larry Kiker Preserve

June 26, 2019 The near 4,000-acre Conservation 20/20 preserve in south Lee County will be named the Larry Kiker Preserve. The $42. more »»

Dogs and drinks and drag: Doggie Pride Fest to benefit canine rescue

June 26, 2019 End Pride month by celebrating with your beloved furry friend, for a cause. Doggie Pride Fest will be held at the Edison Country Club on the back patio on Sunday, June 30. more »»

Calusa Waterkeeper's Florida Water Summit kicks off four-point campaign

June 26, 2019 For Southwest Florida, summer months can mean sweltering heat, afternoon rain and, as we saw all too well last year, harmful algal blooms. more »»

Internet sensations shoot music video on Fort Myers Beach

June 26, 2019 The Moy Boys shot their most recent music video “Nautical” aboard Salty Sam’s Pirate Ship on Fort Myers Beach and in Ocala. more »»

First LGBTQ Pride Event held on Fort Myers Beach

June 26, 2019 The Nauti Parrot Dock Bar held an all-inclusive celebration of the LGBTQ community on Saturday night, designating some of the event’s proceeds to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,... more »»

Marine vet in need of vehicle gets ‘recycled ride’

June 26, 2019 Life got a little easier for an area veteran Wednesday morning. U.S. more »»

County mining amendments approved

June 26, 2019 Lee County has amended its rules on how limerock mines are approved. more »»

Funding for Everglades projects tied up in controversial spending package

June 26, 2019 A bill that narrowly squeaked through the U.S. House last Wednesday that includes $200 million for Everglades restoration projects has been met with varying opinion in Florida. H.. more »»

Beach kids earn $26,000 for college

June 19, 2019 The Beach Kids Foundation gave a record-breaking $26,000 worth of scholarship money to 26 “beach kids” at an award ceremony held Monday at the Lani Kai’s Island View Restaurant. more »»



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