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Seasonal Harmonizing Concerts set for Jan. 20, 23

January 13, 2015 Put your body into a balanced resonance ... “Sound, Color and Movement.” Fred Mayer, Ph. more »»

Potters Guild Show a huge success

January 13, 2015 About a dozen vendors gathered at the Koucky Studios in Bokeelia Saturday for the monthly Potters Guild Show. The show is held the second Saturday of the month. more »»

New emotional support group coming to island

January 13, 2015 Lollipop, Buff, Dexter, Sebastian, Ruth, Patches, Gabby, Bishop, Roxie, Dixie and Ashley are all excited to announce they have formed a new "band" here on Pine Island. more »»

Fishware Outfitters creates T-shirts promoting islands

January 6, 2015 Donald Ware, owner of Fishware Outfitters on Matlacha, has created a new T-shirt designed to raise awareness of Pine Island and Matlacha. more »»

Ladies of the Elks present Jeff Mahl

January 6, 2015 Mark your calendars for Saturday, Jan. 31. Jeff Mahl, great-grandson of the winner of the Great Race of 1908, will present his great-grandfather's story at Pine Island United Methodist Church. more »»

Blue Dog Bar & Grill opens in Matlacha

January 6, 2015 Pine Island / Matlacha has a new restaurant – the Blue Dog Bar & Gril. more »»

‘Helping Kids with Cancer Radiothon’ set for Jan. 16

January 6, 2015 The 13th annual “Helping Kids with Cancer Radiothon” will be broadcast live from iHeart Studios on Metro Parkway in Fort Myers over Cat Country 107.1 FM from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 1. more »»

Local ministry striving to help women step into new lives

January 6, 2015 Jeanie Turner is the executive director & founder of One Way Out Ministries. However, she is also known as another name: Night Club Pastor. more »»

MacGregor coming to Pine Island Library

January 6, 2015 At 6 p.m., today, Jan. 7, “Thinking Creatively in Everyday Life with Doug MacGregor” will be presented at the Pine Island Public Library. more »»

Red tide effects keep CROW busy

January 6, 2015 Although it's just a microscopic organism, a tiny algae's toxin is causing big problems for many of the Florida's west coast wildlife. more »»

Exploring the island’s history

December 31, 2014 The “Flavors of Matlacha” is a 75-minute walking tour of Matlacha Island offered by True Tours of Fort Myers, one of the attractions in the beautiful and many-storied river district of downtown Fort... more »»

New wellness center opens in Matlacha

December 31, 2014 Pine Island / Matlacha has a new Wellness Center on Matlacha Island. Located at 4130 Pine Island Road, N.. more »»

Community Center to offer two yoga classes each week

December 31, 2014 Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 7, yoga-fit instructor and RN Isabel Francis will offer yoga classes two days a week – Wednesdays and Fridays — at the Matlacha Community Center from 10-11:30 am. more »»

76 percent of Lee high schools get an A or B

December 31, 2014 Two high schools in Cape Coral sustained their A grades, while the other two schools went from an A to a B for 2014. more »»

Islander Greilick makes big donation to Salvation Army

December 31, 2014 Salvation Army bell ringers Julia and Dorothy Looney recently accepted a big $5,000 donation from Donald Greilick. more »»

Valors Program honors World War II veteran for his years of service

December 31, 2014 The Valor Program of the Veterans Administration veterans for Hope Hospice visited Choices in Living Adult Day Care Center in Cape Coral Tuesday to honor one of their own. more »»

Hatchings end week of drama for county’s famous eagles

December 31, 2014 It was an interesting week for North Fort Myers’ most popular non-humans. Their two offspring hatched over the weekend. more »»

Holiday dolphin lights return to Matlacha Bridge

December 24, 2014 For the first time in several years, the holiday spirit has illuminated the Matlacha Bridge with five “dolphin” lights. more »»

New farmers market opens on island

December 24, 2014 By ED FRANKS efranks@breezenewspapers.com About 4 miles south of the four-corners intersection, Pine Island has a new farmers market. more »»

Sajgo discusses changes to Matlacha’s historic district

December 24, 2014 Tuesday evening about 75 people gathered in the Pine Island Art Association building to hear Gloria Sajgo, principal planner for the Lee County Historic Preservation Board, address numerous visible... more »»

 
 

 

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