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Moya the osprey released on Pine Island

July 26, 2017 Last Tuesday afternoon, Susanne Quattro and several residents of St. James City gathered on Cherimoya Street to release a young osprey they named Moya. more »»

Hannon provides update on annexation lawsuit

July 26, 2017 Last Wednesday, July 19, Michael Hannon and the Matlacha Civic Association announced “Judge Kyle's order adopting, in full, the recommendation of Magistrate Bocelli on the motion to dismiss filed b... more »»

CW Fudge holds ‘Christmas in July’ celebration

July 26, 2017 The parking lot overflowed across the street at CW Fudge Saturday, well before the “Christmas in July” celebration began at 1 p.m. “I'm thrilled at the turnout today,” co-owner William Tidball said. more »»

Grand jury: not enough evidence to charge islander in man’s shooting death

July 26, 2017 After more than two years, a Lee County grand jury came back with “no true bill” ruling Monday, meaning John Marshall will not be charged in the shooting death of Theodore Hubbell on March 4, 2015. more »»

‘Ding’ Darling’s annual photo contest is back

July 26, 2017 For the last 30 years, the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge has held its annual “Ding” Darling Days Amateur Nature Photography Contest. more »»

Cape Wellness Center to introduce Healthy Life Series

July 26, 2017 Starting in August, the Wellness Center of Cape Coral will offer a new set of health programs. more »»

Cape tween wins ice cream flavor contest

July 26, 2017 Cape Coral’s Annabelle Phillips said it only took her a few seconds to come up with her ice cream recipe. Vanilla ice cream, her favorite? Check. Salted caramel ribbons? Check. more »»

Dropping in at the annual MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival

July 19, 2017 With the exception of a huge thunderstorm and a power outage Saturday afternoon, the 21st annual MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival was called a huge succes. more »»

American Legion installs 2017-18 officers

July 19, 2017 Last Wednesday night, the American Legion Post 136 hall was filled nearly to capacity as the officers for 2017-2018 were officially installed. more »»

Green sea turtles nest numbers strong on Sanibel

July 19, 2017 The first green sea turtle was tagged on June 5, east of Bowman's Beach, on the west end of Sanibel. more »»

Surveillance cameras catch vandalism at Matlacha businesses

July 19, 2017 At approximately 2:12 a.m. today, two businesses in Matlacha were vandalized. more »»

Island boil water notice expected to be lifted today

July 17, 2017 A precautionary boil water notice that was issued late last week due to a water line break on Stringfellow Road near Charlotte Shores, is expected to be cleared last this afternoon, July 17,... more »»

Pine Island’s tropical fruit festival this weekend

July 12, 2017 The Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce’s 21st annual MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival will be held this Saturday, and Sunday, July 15-16, at the German American Club on Pine island Road in... more »»

Old-timers reunion — a walk down memory lane

July 12, 2017 Saturday morning, many of the islands "old-timers" arrived at the old Matlacha/Pine island fire house (the art building in Matlacha Park) to celebrate and reminisce about "Old Pine Island" and "Old... more »»

Legion’s July 4th parade, fireworks don’t disappoint

July 12, 2017 Spectators began lining Stringfellow Road between Winn-Dixie and the four corners early last Tuesday morning — many trying to find some shade from the already hot sun. more »»

Juvenile bald eagle released in Cape Coral

July 12, 2017 A juvenile bald eagle took flight towards the trees at the front of the Cape Coral Sports Complex Friday afternoon after slowing taking its time once the carrier cage doors opened. more »»

Pine Island Elementary again earns A grade

July 12, 2017 The School District of Lee County saw overall improvement for the 2016-17 school year, according to preliminary grades released recently by the Florida Department of Educatio. more »»

DL Havlin releases another action-packed mystery

July 5, 2017 Pine Island writer DL Havlin has won numerous Florida Writers Association - Royal Palm Literary Awards, as well as an Outstanding Writers Literary Award and an Outstanding Writers Short Fiction Award. more »»

Woodstock Airport rezoning discussed

July 5, 2017 Lee County Mosquito Control District officials met with residents last Tuesday evening at Fire House #1 to discuss rezoning the Woodstock Airport from "Agricultural" to "Community Facilities" zonin. more »»

Beacon, Harry Chapin Food Bank deliver 150 meals

July 5, 2017 Thursday morning the Beacon of HOPE and the Harry Chapin Mobile Food Pantry handed out slightly over 6,000 pounds of food to Pine Islanders. more »»



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