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Merchants Crossing hosts crafts fair

January 31, 2018 The annual crafts fair at Merchants Crossing always seems to be a hit, with thousands of people showing up over the weekend to browse, snack and even buy some unique pieces from crafters from all... more »»

Gumbofest returns to the Shell Factory

January 24, 2018 t’s that time of year to once again pay homage to that rich soup built around a base of a dark, rich roux, supplemented by celery, onion, peppers, spices and either meat or seafood. more »»

Lee County approves incentive program for North Fort Myers

January 24, 2018 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners last week officially ratified a pilot program that will incentivize economic development in North Fort Myers, an area that has lagged behind the rest of... more »»

Arts Center inching forward

January 24, 2018 In just a short period of time, the Lee County Arts Center of North Fort Myers has created a logo, found someone to lead them through the paperwork in becoming a non-profit 501 c 3, created a... more »»

RV show opens Thursday at the Lee Civic Center

January 24, 2018 After one of the best years ever for the RV industry in 2017, dealers from throughout Florida will gather at the Lee Civic Center this weekend to try to build on that momentum to start 201. more »»

Gatlin returns to Church of the Nazarene

January 24, 2018 Two years ago, Larry Gatlin wowed the near sell-out crowd at the Church of the Nazarene despite having to catch a red-eye flight to Fort Lauderdale and driving to North Fort Myers after his tour bus... more »»

Learn about Urban Farming at rec center

January 24, 2018 Here in Lee County, it isn’t unusual to see large animals graze in the fields near large buildings and I-75. more »»

Chamber to introduce Seminar and Snack series

January 24, 2018 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce is ready to offer up a new service to go along with what they normally do. On Thursday at 11 a.. more »»

Cracker Day Rodeo postponed due to hurricane damage

January 24, 2018 This past weekend, there should have been bull riders, barrel racers and calf ropers converging on the Lee County Posse Arena for the annual Cracker Day Rodeo, one of the oldest annual events in... more »»

NFM wrestlers looking forward to good season

January 24, 2018 The North Fort Myers High School wrestling team over the past few seasons has been living proof that filling out a roster is half the battle on the ma. more »»

Crowds come to see the best quilts

January 17, 2018 The quilts your grandmother used to make were used to keep family warm on those cold winter nights. They still are. more »»

North Fort Myers readies for ‘tiny homes’

January 17, 2018 After spending 58 years as a schoolteacher, Richard Dunmire could easily have settled down and kicked back for the rest of his life. However, that is not Dunmire's nature. more »»

NFMHS gets crossing sign

January 17, 2018 For those who walk to North Fort Myers High School every morning, it can be a daunting experience. Beside Orange Grove Boulevard being very busy, it is also dark, with first bell at 7:05 a.m. more »»

Thousands brave cold for truck tugs

January 17, 2018 It is an event near and dear to the hearts of North Fort Myers residents, and on Saturday, a nearly packed house came to see an old-fashioned tug-o-war, country style. more »»

North Babe Ruth readies for season

January 17, 2018 Kids lined up alongside the outfield wall waiting for their opportunity to catch and throw. Coaches hit fungoes in the outfield to each player, who then made their throws to second, then home. more »»

Nelson, Rooney keen to keep oil rigs away from Florida coast

January 17, 2018 The beaches of Aruba: crystal clear water, bright pink flamingos and offshore oil rigs in the distance. more »»

Lee County Posse Arena to host unique truck event

January 10, 2018 It will be a very busy winter at the Lee County Posse Arena, and it all begins with an event that has taken its spot as one of the bigger ones of the year. more »»

Arts Center looks to move forward in 2018

January 10, 2018 The Lee County Arts Center in North Fort Myers is slowly beginning to come together. more »»

$11 million Lotto ticket sold in NFM

January 10, 2018 The next Lotto millionaire might just be a North Fort Myers resident. more »»

Quilters Guild to hold show at Lee Civic Center

January 10, 2018 Every two years, the best quilters in the state gather for one of the area’s biggest and most colorful show. more »»



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