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Money & time: Water quality projects get both

June 12, 2019 This past week, two projects that aim to improve Florida's water quality and Everglades restoration got a boost. The U.S. more »»

Council declares June to be Immigrant Heritage Month on the Beach

June 12, 2019 Town council members approved a proclamation that declares June to be Immigrant Heritage Month on the island. Council members made sure to specify that they were only referring to legal immigration. more »»

Battle on the Blueway Fights for Charity

June 12, 2019 The fifth annual Battle on the Blueway returned to Crescent Beach Family Park on Saturday, June 8th. The event included a Special Olympics unified fun race, as well as 7- and 2-mile race. more »»

Learn about wildlife at Lover’s Key

June 12, 2019 Lover’s Key State Park held their first sea turtle talk on Friday, June 7. They will be holding more educational presentations with a focus on conservation, throughout the month of June. more »»

World Oceans Day at Lover’s Key

June 12, 2019 June 8 was World Oceans Day. It was also the first time Lovers Key State Park held an event to honor it. Visitors to the park on Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Neighbors disagree over whether Liki Tiki should have live outdoor music

June 12, 2019 Liki Tiki, a popular bar and restaurant on Fort Myers Beach, was denied live outdoor music by town council on June 3. There will be another hearing on Aug. 5 regarding this matter. more »»

Stabbing outside of Lani Kai

June 12, 2019 Deputies were called to the Lani Kai at around 11 p.m. on Monday, June 10, after a man was stabbed on the perimeter of the hotel’s parking lot. more »»

Father’s Day specials on Fort Myers Beach

June 12, 2019 Treat dad to delicious food and drinks on Fort Myers Beach this Father’s Day. more »»

Annual Independence Day parade organizers are seeking participants

June 12, 2019 The 13th annual Town of Fort Myers Beach Fourth of July Parade is seeking participants. The parade begins at 10 a.m. on Bay Road, heading north along Estero Boulevard to the Matanzas Pass Bridg. more »»

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary offering one-day boating safety class this weekend

June 12, 2019 On Saturday, June 15, the USCG Auxiliary is offering a one-day boating safety class for $45 a person. The class will be held at the Pine Ridge Community Center at 15660 Pine Ridge Road, Fort Myers. more »»

68th annual Hibiscus Show and Plant Sale to be held on Father’s Day

June 12, 2019 For the first time in 68 years, the James E. Hendry Annual Hibiscus Show and Plant Sale will be held on Father's Day, Sunday, June 16, two weeks later than usual. more »»

Things you can do to help protect marine life

June 5, 2019 You can help protect our oceans and marine life by practicing sustainability. Within the last month, two dead dolphins have washed up on Fort Myers Beach. more »»

Stay cool at the Fort Myers Beach Community Pool

June 5, 2019 Members and non-members alike can enjoy the amenities that the Fort Myers Beach Community Pool has to offer. The pool offers daily, weekly and monthly passes. more »»

Town Council discusses moving dates of local elections

June 5, 2019 Beach voters may be asked whether the Town should move the dates of local elections to run concurrently with state and federal elections and lengthen Town Council terms from three-year to four-year... more »»

Town Council sets tentative millage rate

June 5, 2019 Town Council set the tentative millage rate for the next fiscal year at .95 mills, up from the current .87. The rate has been .87 for several years. more »»

Street performers receive promising news

June 5, 2019 Street performers are supposed to only work for tips and are not able to sell their art, and only eight permits are to be given out, according to a Fort Myers Beach Ordinance. more »»

Liki Tiki: Back to the drawing board

June 5, 2019 Liki Tiki applied to be able to have live outdoor entertainment and stood before town council on Monday, June . more »»

Feel good about dining at this ocean friendly restaurant

June 5, 2019 Fish Tale Waterfront Dining is the only restaurant in Southwest Florida deemed an Ocean Friendly restaurant by the Surfrider Foundation. more »»

FMB Library hosts presentation on the opioid epidemic

June 5, 2019 The Fort Myers Beach Public Library hosted a presentation on the opioid epidemic on Wednesday, May 29. The presentation was led by Registered Nurse, Alice Mack. more »»

More than 33,000 pounds of trash collected in four months

June 5, 2019 More than 33,000 pounds of trash has been removed from roadways, shorelines and communities across Lee County in the last four months thanks to Keep Lee County Beautiful and its volunteers. more »»



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