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Shell Factory to hold 11th annual Christmas in July

July 1, 2020 The Shell Factory & Nature Park has, for years, made the dog days of summer a more festive time of the year. And, for many, if ever there was a time where we need to be more festive, it’s now. more »»

 
 
 
Lee Health on spike: Numbers don’t lie

July 1, 2020 Numbers don't lie. That was the message from Lee Health President and CEO Dr. Larry Antonucci Friday morning as he addressed the spike in COVID-19 cases here locally and throughout the state. more »»

Alcohol sales curtailed

July 1, 2020 In a visit to Gulf Coast Medical Center in Fort Myers on Friday, Gov. more »»

Holy Trinity holds drive-in services

July 1, 2020 Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church has found an outside-the-box idea to bring people back to the church -- if its flock can’t come into the church, the church will bring the service to its flock. more »»

Radio Club’s Field Day takes pandemic into account

July 1, 2020 The concession stand at the North Fort Myers Community Park looked a lot sparser than it usually does this time of yea. more »»

Civic Association to hold Facebook Live meeting

July 1, 2020 After more than three meetingless months, the board of directors for the North Fort Myers Civic Association finally met Thursday night at the offices of Liberty Tax Services. more »»

County allows police to use DOT poles for license plate readers

July 1, 2020 Lee County is expanding the ability of law enforcement to use license plate readers along local roadway. more »»

After just 11 weeks, E15 fledges

June 24, 2020 They grow up so fast. That’s especially true for bald eagles, in particular the eaglet known as E15. more »»

Busy intersection to get traffic light

June 24, 2020 With Babcock Ranch growing rapidly and the old truck route leading there still two lanes, it isn’t getting any easier to make your way down State Road 3. more »»

New NFMAA principal hired from within

June 24, 2020 When Thomas Millins left as principal of the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts, he left a string of accomplishments. more »»

County takes action on North Fort Myers projects

June 24, 2020 The Lee County Board of Commissioners last week had several items involving North Fort Myers on the agenda. The BOCC approved an easement purchase agreement for the Wellfield Expansion Project. more »»

Pandemic Task force subcommittees to meet, prepare recommendations

June 24, 2020 The K-12 Pandemic Task Force was given more to think about during its Wednesday meeting, which will be discussed in the handful of subcommittees before next week’s task force meeting. more »»

Summer camp kicks off with a twist

June 24, 2020 After spending the last three months being cooped up in the house, kids from grades 1 through 8 were able to finally get away and go to summer camp on Monday, starting a seven-week program of fun an... more »»

Ham radio field day is this weekend

June 24, 2020 We tend to take all the gadgets we have to communicate with each other for granted. more »»

Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library now offering fruit, vegetable packages to those in need

June 24, 2020 Cape Coral residents who are in need of a helping hand with their food supplies can find fresh fruit and vegetables three times a week at a local historic museum. more »»

North Fort Myers High’s celebration, along with five other area schools, to be held at The Westin

June 17, 2020 Six separate proms are being planned for this July to give high school seniors an opportunity to celebrate one more time before they head off to college, the workforce, or the militar. more »»

Lee Health: Stay the course to prevent ‘second wave’

June 17, 2020 As the state of Florida reported the highest single-day increase of COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began, health officials on Thursday once again reiterated the need for the community to continue... more »»

Paradise Isles plans hearing continued

June 17, 2020 A long-awaited hearing for the propose Paradise Isles development in North Fort Myers has once again been continued. more »»

NFM Chamber continues local business assistance efforts

June 17, 2020 Just because the North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce has its social events on hold doesn’t mean it hasn’t been helping the businesses they serve. more »»

Adopt-A-Student fundraiser under way for Big Backpack Event

June 17, 2020 This year’s Adopt-A-Student fundraiser is officially under way for the Big Backpack Event, returning for its 21st year to support more than 2,000 students in need. more »»

Sports bar looks to regroup without full-on sports

June 17, 2020 Among the businesses most impacted by COVID-19 pandemic closures and restrictions are restaurants and bars where many workers need the money they make in tips to help pay the bills. more »»

 
 

Scale Rails of Southwest Florida Model Railroad Club July 7, 2020

Scale Rails of Southwest Florida Model Railroad Club, a non-profit organization for model railroaders and visitors. HO, N-Scale, and Kids Layout. Modeling Visitors welcome. If you are interested in railroading, new members are being accepted. more »

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