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ECHO teams up to send seeds to Puerto Rico

October 11, 2017 Despite Hurricane Irma wrought destruction the grounds at its North Fort Myers research facility, ECHO has joined an effort to help get the farms in Puerto Rico going again in the wake of Hurricane... more »»

 
 
 
Old library closes without fanfare

October 11, 2017 April 13, 1980 was a big day in the history of North Fort Myers. It was then that a new, permanent library building was dedicated at 2001 N. Tamiami Trail. On Saturday, at 5 p.m. more »»

Lighthouse to hold ‘White Cane Walk’

October 11, 2017 For 43 years, Lighthouse of SWFL has helped thousands of individuals with visual impairment achieve independence, earn and maintain employment and live enjoyable lives. more »»

Walker Farms ‘From the bees to the beekeeper, to you’

October 11, 2017 Beekeeping is very hard and serious work, and you had better know what you’re doing. more »»

Defense keeps North undefeated

October 11, 2017 When it seemed the North Fort Myers High School football team was on the ropes and perhaps on the verge of its first defeat, it was the defense that came to the rescue. more »»

Southwest Florida Eagle Cam begins sixth season

October 4, 2017 The Southwest Florida Eagle Cam began its live streams Sunday, opening the sixth season with three high definition cameras place around the nesting site off Bayshore Road in North Fort Myers. more »»

ECHO takes a beating from Irma

October 4, 2017 When people come to take a tour or attend the annual food festival at the ECHO Farm, it’s going to look a whole lot different this year than in the past. more »»

Old North fire truck finds new home

October 4, 2017 After serving the North Fort Myers Fire Control & Rescue District for nearly 20 years, the old fire engine is going to have a new home and purpose, to teach the firefighters of the future. more »»

North Pop Warner back to work

October 4, 2017 Usually by this stage of the season, football teams in the Peace River Conference have a pretty good idea of whether they’re headed for the playoffs. However, 2017 has not been the usual season. more »»

Home Show draws crowd to Lee Civic Center

October 4, 2017 After spending the first couple of years at a different location, the Fort Myers 2017 Home & Remodeling Show came to the Lee Civic Center for the first time for three days this past weekend. more »»

Civic Center serves as host site for military, recovery efforts

September 27, 2017 As of Thursday, the National Guard was pulling out of the Lee Civic Center to head south. more »»

Lee schools clean up, open after Irma

September 27, 2017 The largest evacuation and sheltering operation in Lee County's history took place during Hurricane Irma with more than 32,000 people and 1,700 pets seeking shelter at 16 locations at the peak of th... more »»

Library again reschedules its move to temporary site

September 27, 2017 For the second time, the planned move of the North Fort Myers Library to its temporary location has been rescheduled due to Hurricane Irma. The move now will take place from Oct. 7 to 9. more »»

Area churches help flocks keep the faith

September 27, 2017 The blue tarp on the roof of one of the classrooms and the damaged siding on the sanctuary told the story at North Fort Myers First Baptist Church on Evergreen Road. more »»

NFMAA provides meals in wake of Hurricane Irma

September 27, 2017 The North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts served as a shelter when Hurricane Irma blasted the area two weeks ago. more »»

Impact of medical marijuana chamber luncheon topic

September 27, 2017 The state of Florida has legalized medical marijuana, and the consequences it will have on businesses and the state at large are very much unknown, the North Fort Myers business community was told... more »»

NFM selected for Lee County pilot program

September 27, 2017 For the first time ever, Lee County is budgeting a pilot program to incentivize and attract businesses for private redevelopment in areas that desperately need it. more »»

Sewall repairs big issue post-Irma

September 27, 2017 Waterside residents around the county are reporting damaged seawalls — and as more and more reports roll in, it will take longer and longer for repairs to be done. "The people of Florida are tough. more »»

Task force comes to rescue for Suncoast

September 20, 2017 When Hurricane Irma did its worse, neighbor helped neighbor in Suncoast Estates. The community came together to help clean up, provide food and water to those in need and show they care. more »»

Area businesses getting back on their feet

September 20, 2017 Jan Genovee, owner of Bianca’s Ristorante at 16251 N. Cleveland Ave., was thrilled to finally be able to reopen for dinner on Saturday, albeit with a limited menu and cash only. more »»

State office attracts local candidates

September 20, 2017 The state’s law on term limits means a domino effect for positions from rank and file state reps and senators all the way up to the governor. more »»

 
 

Scale Rails of Southwest Florida Model Railroad Club October 17, 2017

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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