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The mania starts Saturday morning

October 30, 2019 An annual event, which began after local anglers, Larry Davis and Dave Westra, who saw what was happening with monofilament fishing line, is now in its 26th yea. more »»

Annual Halloween event at Beach Baptist is Thursday

October 30, 2019 Beach Baptist Church will hold its ninth annual Trunk-or-Treat Halloween evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, and the community is invited. more »»

County funding for Beach arches proposed

October 30, 2019 Restore Fort Myers Beach Arches, Inc. may have a success story next month if the Lee County Board of County Commissioners agrees to fund the project. more »»

Hobie world championships set to sail on Captiva

October 30, 2019 The South Seas Island Resort is gearing up to host the 22nd annual Hobie 16 Worlds — the first time in 35 years Hobie has held its world championship in America — and spectators are invited to come... more »»

Ostego Bay Foundation celebrates 28 years

October 30, 2019 The Ostego Bay Foundation was founded in 1990-1991 as a non-profit for the purpose of wanting to build a Marine Science Center. more »»

Red tide cycle in Lee ‘normal’ so far

October 30, 2019 Red tide season has come to the Beach again, but experts tell us not to be overly concerned this time. more »»

Community invited to Southwest Florida Water Safety Symposium

October 30, 2019 The Bay Oaks Recreation Center community pool will be the site of a symposium Nov. more »»

Full Plates Project in need of 2,500 turkeys

October 30, 2019 This year’s Community Cooperative’s Full Plates Project has 2,500-turkey goal to help feed some of the more than 120,000 people in Lee County at risk of being hungry this holiday season. more »»

Fright Night at the Rec Center

October 30, 2019 Last Friday, Bay Oaks had their 30th annual Fright Night in the Rec Center on site.  There was food, tons of events, and even a costume contest for many of the age groups. more »»

Kids hit the waves off Fort Myers Beach

October 30, 2019 Surfers For Autism partnered with Lee County Parks and Recreation and the Calusa Blueway Saturday for the ninth annual Gulf Coast Surf & Beach Festival on Fort Myers Beach at Crescent Park. more »»

Town, FAA meet to address flight pattern noise issues

October 25, 2019 Fort Myers Beach Town Council and Federal Aviation Administration officials met Monday to again discuss flight patterns that have Beach residents upset about noise generated by planes headed to the... more »»

Howl-O-Ween Wildlife Fundraiser on the Beach to benefit CROW

October 23, 2019 The Beach community has an opportunity to support the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife at a special Howl-O-Ween Wildlife fundraiser be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.. more »»

Nervous Nellie’s to host Yappy Howl-O-Ween event on Tuesday

October 23, 2019 Nervous Nellie's will hold its second annual Yappy Howl-O-Ween next Tuesday. The family-friendly event set for Oct. 29 will run from 6 to 9 p.m. more »»

Commissioner proposes county funding for Arches project

October 23, 2019 A Lee County commissioner proposes to have the county fund the Fort Myers Beach arches restoration project. District 2, Cecil Pendergrass has notified Restore Fort Myers Beach Arches, Inc. more »»

Phase 4 of Estero Boulevard project discussed

October 23, 2019 Estero Boulevard construction work was back for discussion before Fort Myers Beach Town Council Monday. more »»

Surfers for Autism coming to the Beach this weekend

October 23, 2019 Lee County Parks and Recreation and the Calusa Blueway have teamed up with a group of South Florida surfers to raise money for autism. more »»

Kindergarten pre-registration remains open for two weeks

October 23, 2019 Families that have children entering kindergarten this coming school year are encouraged to participate in pre-registration, which is taking place through Friday, Nov. 1. more »»

Wave of Vitality offers healthy shakes and teas

October 23, 2019 Filiz McNamara purchased Wave of Vitality early this summer because she wanted to help members of the community understand their health and have some tastier, healthier alternatives. more »»

Christians for SWFL partner with national organization to abolish medical debt

October 23, 2019 After stumbling across a nonprofit organization that was making headlines, one group of Christians decided to investigate further, which recently turned into abolishing medical debt for more than... more »»

Time Square performers share tales

October 23, 2019 You've seen them on Times Square on the beach and in other outside venues — barkers, performers, magicians, and other well-meaning artists out there doing what they love and providing you... more »»

 
 

 

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