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Fort Myers Beach

October 21, 2016 Known as the playground of Lee County, many families, retirees and day-trippers like to venture to Fort Myers Beach to visit, become seasonal residents or live out the rest of their years. more »»

Sanibel & Captiva

October 21, 2016 The Sanibel-Captiva and the barrier island regions, including Boca Grande and North Captiva Island, are among the world's most beautiful and picturesque. more »»

Fort Myers

October 21, 2016 Fort Myers is known as the City of Palms, but the majestic array of palm trees that line city streets only tells a piece of the overall story; Fort Myers has a unique vantage as the commercial and... more »»

North Fort Myers

October 21, 2016 “Season” is here and in North Fort Myers that means a number of fun and interesting events are about to come around very soon. more »»

Pine Island

October 21, 2016 From the Calusa shell mounds dating back 6,000 years to the “fishingest bridge” Pine Island has much to offer visitors. more »»

Cape Coral

October 21, 2016 Adjacent to Fort Myers on a large peninsula bordered by the Caloosahatchee to the east and Matlacha Pass to the west, Cape Coral is a “waterfront wonderland” city that features 400 miles of canals... more »»

Sanibel ranked first by U.S. News & World Report

January 11, 2012 Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home, but sometimes, there’s good reason to brag. more »»

Local veteran participates in Washington, D.C., ceremony

July 27, 2009 North Fort Myers veteran William A. “Bill” Cobleigh recently discussed an honor he received in July in Washington, D.C. more »»

Lee County food stamp numbers swell past 10 percent

July 27, 2009 More than one out of every 10 people in Lee County is currently receiving food stamps, data shows, as Lee County’s economic woes continu. more »»

Yacht Club celebrates Cape Parks & Recreation Month

July 27, 2009 The Yacht Club beach bustles daily with swimmers, anglers, athletes, young and old alike, perhaps striding down the pier or sitting in the summer sun. more »»

Native plant sale good for the environment, good for planters

July 27, 2009 Native plant sellers towed their trees, shrubs and flowering plants to Rotary Park Saturday morning, hoping to share their horticultural passions with Cape Coral residents during one of the city’s... more »»

Lee County top place to make a living? Locals scoff at behind-the-times designation

July 25, 2009 Lee County got some positive national media attention this week when a magazine named the area one of the top 25 counties in the United States to make a living. more »»

Special events sliced from budget

July 25, 2009 It’s hard to imagine Cape Coral without special events, but that might be a reality if city council decides to no longer sponsor or offer certain services for the many events that take... more »»

$40 - $80 ‘athletic fee’ tendered for youth sports

July 25, 2009 “Pay to play” could soon become a policy of Cape Coral’s city government, but with a meaning that has nothing to do with political corruptio. more »»

Man accused of crashing pickup truck through garage, into house

July 24, 2009 A Cape Coral man was arrested early Thursday morning after reportedly crashing a Dakota Sport pickup truck through the front of a house he is renting. Roland Scott Chesser, 44, of 1827 S. more »»

Beach Mayor responds to firing of Town Manager

July 24, 2009 Fort Myers Beach Mayor Larry Kiker has issued a prepared statement to address the termination of Town Manager Scott Janke after officials received media inquiries this week concerning an on-line... more »»

Lee DOT tosses out proposed toll system changes

July 24, 2009 The Lee County Department of Transportation has decided to drop potential changes to toll rates at three area bridges. more »»

Foreclosures hold down home prices

July 24, 2009 Foreclosed homes continued to keep local home prices down in June, and the low prices attracted buyers, pushing up home sales. more »»

Sheriff's Office:Two charged after fleeing deputies

July 24, 2009 Two men were charged with felony fleeing and eluding and resisting arrest after officials say they fled from a detective investigating a burglary Thursday. more »»

Fishing tourney to aid Trauma Center with Lee Memorial

July 24, 2009 Southwest Florida anglers can face off Saturday in the 7th Annual David Lee Root Jr. Memorial Fishing Tournament in Matlacha. The event begins at 7 p.m. more »»



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