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Padilla, Gomes, Darna and Coleman families get together at Jug Creek Marina

October 23, 2019 More than 100 members of the Padilla, Gomes, Darna and Coleman families met at Jug Creek Marina for a family reunion Saturday, Oct. 12. more »»

Matlacha now faces incorporation question

October 23, 2019 Right now, some people on the unincorporated island of Matlacha may feel like they are in the Steven Seagal movie “Under Siege. more »»

PinkFest held at Miceli's

October 23, 2019 By ED FRANKS efranks@breezenewspapers.com For more than a dozen years, Pine Island From Our Hearts Inc. more »»

Yard Dog Charlie returns for another season of Mardi Gras Mondays

October 23, 2019 This Monday, Oct. 28, Yard Dog Charlie will return to Woody’s Waterside for another season of Mardi Gras Monday. He performs from 6-9 p.m. more »»

Island author publishes memoir ‘The Day My Twin and I Died’

October 23, 2019 Whoever said, “Good things come in small packages” knew what they were talking about. The memoir “The Day My Twin and I Died” is a small package at only 116 pages. more »»

Matlacha fends off annexation but now faces question of incorporation

October 18, 2019 Right now, some people on the unincorporated island of Matlacha may feel like they are in the Steven Seagal movie “Under Siege. more »»

Pine Island Playhouse performs Poe collection

October 16, 2019 If you missed the three performances of “Poe” by Pine Island Playhouse last weekend, you have another opportunity to see these four short plays and three poems performed this weekend. more »»

Certificate of occupancy issued for Station 4

October 16, 2019 On Wednesday, Oct. 9, Lee County issued the certificate of occupancy for the new fire station in Matlacha. The station is expected to be operational by the end of October. more »»

Report reveals high levels of fecal matter at Tropical Point

October 16, 2019 In a report issued on Oct. 4 by the Calusa Waterkeeper, high levels of fecal matter (enterococci bacteria) were found at Tropical Point in St. James City. more »»

Annual blessing of the animals held at St. John's

October 9, 2019 Last Saturday, island pets brought their human friends to St. John's Episcopal Church in celebration of a day dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi, who is regarded as the patron saint of animals. more »»

GPICA issues letter to incorporate

October 9, 2019 At its meeting last week, Greater Pine Island Civic Association president Scott Wilkinson announced that the GPICA board voted 7-3 “to issue a Letter of Intent to incorporate. more »»

SCCF’s Milbrandt visits, discusses water quality

October 9, 2019 At the Greater Pine Island Civic Association's October meeting last week, Dr. more »»

Fees for driver's license reinstatements to be waived during Operation Green Light

October 9, 2019 A state-wide effort designed to help Lee County drivers get suspended licenses reinstated will be offered this month. more »»

Artist Abbott creates new piece of ‘figure art’

October 2, 2019 Approaching Jeff Abbott's house, there are people playing golf on the putting green and people in golf carts. more »»

Island fire district approves budget

October 2, 2019 Matlacha/Pine Island Fire District commissioners passed the department's fiscal year 2019-2020 budget at last week's meeting. The District proposed a tax rate of . more »»

M/PIFCD issues second letter of termination

October 2, 2019 At their scheduled meeting last week, the Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District commissioners issued a second letter of termination to Vantage Construction Service and company president Trent... more »»

Power boats getting ready to roar offshore off Fort Myers Beach

October 2, 2019 Have a need for speed and a love for the water? Next weekend, the American Powerboat Association Roar Offshore event returns to Fort Myers Beach, where the inaugural APBA six-race series champions... more »»

Trafalgar Middle to hold 30th anniversary celebration

October 2, 2019 To help celebrate three decades of educating middle school students, Trafalgar Middle School is inviting former administrators, teachers, staff and students to its 30th anniversary party this October. more »»

Live theater coming to the Shell Factory

October 2, 2019 One of the best-known names in Southwest Florida theater is about to move to one of north Lee County’s oldest landmarks The Shell Factory & Nature Park announced Wednesday that Players Circle... more »»

County system operating; investigation continues

October 2, 2019 A cyberattack on Lee County's government website is still being investigated, though all online functions of the site are now up and running officials said Thursday. more »»

 
 

 

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