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Junkanoo tear-down date still uncertain

December 2, 2015 It’s slated for demolition, but if Junkanoo On the Beach happens to be open for business on June 1 its patrons can count on things staying that way for another whole year. more »»

Clean-water activist eyes Sanibel Causeway for next protest

December 2, 2015 His 60-day presence on the Matanzas Bridge ended Nov. 8, and now clean-water activist John G. Heim has his sights set on another bridge. more »»

The 'season' is upon us, bringing energy, dollars and more traffic

December 2, 2015 December is here and that means the arrival of the snowbirds and the tourists. more »»

Bigger, better back yard coming to Yucatan

December 2, 2015 ’Tis the season for all things festive, so the timing of the backyard transformation that’s underway at the Yucatan Beach Stand is perfect as far as owner Tom Kolar is concerned. more »»

Newcomers to boat parade excited to impress

December 2, 2015 For the last three years, Tracie Moore and Denis Karda watched the annual holiday boat parade from the shoreline and wondered how they could match the beauty and grandeur they so enjoyed. more »»

Opening weekend Sandsculpting winners announced

November 23, 2015 The 29th Annual American Sand Sculpting Championship, presented by the Seminole Casino Hotel, has announced the winners from the opening weekend solo division competition The winners from the... more »»

Residents angered over torn-down dock

November 18, 2015 Angry residents packed the council chambers at Town Hall on Monday night to express their dismay over the Coconut Drive area dock being condemned, then removed within a three-week period without ... more »»

Town Council discusses beach furniture plan

November 18, 2015 A proposed ordinance that would set standards for furniture rentals would also have to strike a balance between resorts and those who live in condos, while dealing with those who may not have the... more »»

Developer’s plan could forever change Beach

November 5, 2015 Looking at it from Matanzas Pass Bridge, Fort Myers Beach is a bustling, but quaint little city along the Gulf of Mexico. more »»

Turtle Post Season - Beach sea reptiles end year on high/low note

November 5, 2015 Sea turtles appeared to really dig Fort Myers Beach this year, but end results were not as high-yielding as they should have been in the long run. more »»

Mound House ready for museum grand opening

November 5, 2015 The official opening of a Beach property that has been recognized as a significant archaeological and historic site by the State of Florida is set for next week. more »»

New Walmart store set to open off-island

November 5, 2015 One of the largest retail stores in the world is inching closer to opening in the once abandoned Summerlin Square property off of San Carlos Boulevar. more »»

Beach Farmer’s Market to begins

November 5, 2015 The 2015-16 Fort Myers Beach Farmers Market will offer fruits and vegetables, flowers, seafood, baked goods, snack foods, plants and other items, beginning this Friday, Nov. 6. more »»

Beach looks to end temporary parking lots

November 5, 2015 If the Fort Myers Beach Town Council has its way, there may no longer be seasonal parking lots. more »»

Fees, amendments discussed

November 5, 2015 Councilmember Alan Mandel believes the town’s stormwater project is so important, it should be a separate question on the referendum ballot in March. more »»

Mound House grand opening day debated

November 5, 2015 What was supposed to be an announcement concerning free admission for a grand opening at the Mound House Museum turned into quite a debate in the opening minutes of the regular town council meeting... more »»

27th Annual Christmas Boat Parade to light up the beach Dec. 5

November 5, 2015 The Greater Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce Boat Parade will light up Fort Myers Beach on December 5th, 2015 at Salty Sam’s Waterfront Adventures. more »»

Monofilament Madness set for Saturday

November 5, 2015 Monofilament Madness, a cleanup effort of monofilament line and other debris in area mangroves, will again kick off from host sites Fish-Tale Marina and Mound House this Saturday, Nov. 7. more »»

Pancake Breakfast to benefit Beach Elementary Saturday

November 5, 2015 Fish Tale Marina will host its third annual Pancake Breakfast at the Fish-Tale Marina Ship’s Store this Saturday, Nov. 7, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. more »»

Council approves funds for water quality

October 28, 2015 A successful sales pitch from a neighboring city official may deliver a home run and benefit all Southwest Floridian residents and visitors to the are. more »»



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