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Bayshore chief gets great sendoff

Larry Nisbet had an emotional final day as Bayshore fire chief Teusday as he handed the keys to the station over to new chief Doug Underwood during a farewell luncheon at the fire station on Nalle Road. Firefighters from throughout Southwest Florida, as well as friends and family, visited the ...

Civic sets Charity Poker Tournament to benefit teachers

A Charity Poker Tournament, to benefit the North Fort Myers Civic Association and its "Adopt a NFM Teacher" program is set for July 25 at Big Storm Brewery in Cape Coral. The online registration deadline for the event, to be held in conjunction with the HOCAG Foundation is July 25 at noon. ...

Wonderland cookie dough opens

Remember when you were a kid and you couldn’t wait for mom to bake chocolate chip cookies, so you sampled the dough? Well, now there is a new cookie dough and ice cream place you can go in North Fort Myers and eat all the cookie dough you might want and not have to sneak a single ...

Springtime Farms opens inflatables water park

Springtime Farms and Landscaping has tried to be a family-friendly destination for shoppers since it opened four years ago. In addition to a vast array for plants, shrubs, vines and trees, it offers an Adventure Park with a petting farm, huge jumping pillow and more for kids. And now, the ...

Amateur radio operators hold field day

Amateur radio has gone high-tech, and the people operating these radios are getting younger and younger. This past weekend, many of those operators got together for their annual field day at the North Fort Myers Community Park, a 24-hour exercise that is made to simulate and practice what they ...

North traditional summer camp full

Summer camp at the North Fort Myers Recreation Center for elementary school children is at capacity with camp for middle schoolers filling rapidly. All 90 slots for the traditional camp are filled for the shortened five-week camp season that starts June 28 and ends July 30. For ...

Players Circle hosts hurricane seminar

Watching a hurricane seminar on YouTube or on Zoom isn’t quite the same as experiencing one in person. Last year, Zoom seminars was the only way people could learn how to prepare for a hurricane because of the COVID pandemic. On Wednesday, in a full Players Circle Theater, local ...