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Islander Marty Ambrose's latest is the beginning of a trilogy

August 29, 2018 Marty Ambrose, author of five Mango Bay Mysteries, has turned her attention from local murder mystery to historical fiction with her newest release, “Claire's Last Secret. more »»

Water quality protest held at Matlacha Bridge

August 29, 2018 Following a successful protest three weeks ago, a Pine Island advocacy group was looking to continue to make water quality in Southwest Florida the key issue with another protest along the Matlacha... more »»

County modifies Conservation 20/20 land acquisition criteria

August 29, 2018 After more than two dozen speakers asked Lee County commissioners to weigh in against a staff-tendered plan to modify the Conservation 20/20 land acquisition process, the elected board approved a... more »»

NAACP, Lee school district reach accord

August 29, 2018 The Lee County Florida Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Lee County School District reached an agreement last week, resulting in NAACP dropping a civi... more »»

Yucatan Waterfront Restaurant officially opens in Matlacha

August 22, 2018 Last Tuesday, Aug. 14, the Yucatan Waterfront Restaurant in Matlacha joined the Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce to hold its Grand Opening ribbon-cutting. more »»

Court of Appeals sets oral argument in annexation suit

August 22, 2018 The annexation lawsuit filed by the Matlacha Civic Association against the city of Cape Coral took a step forward last week when the Court of Appeals scheduled a hearing for Oct. 17, 2018. more »»

Early voting under way across county

August 22, 2018 Early voting for the Aug. 28 Primary Election began Saturday and runs through Aug. 25 at 10 locations across Lee County. The closest locations for Pine Island voters are in Cape Coral. more »»

Hurricane Irma-killed ‘zombie trees’ posing threat across Southwest Florida

August 22, 2018 Residents across all of Southwest Florida are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Irma that blew through almost one year ago. more »»

Congressman Rooney brings federal, state officials to see toxic blooms

August 22, 2018 Paradise Marina in North Fort Myers sounds like it should be a pretty Floridian place to visit. more »»

Boat left near Matlacha Community Park removed

August 15, 2018 Thursday afternoon, an abandoned 32-foot sailboat was removed from the boat ramps at Matlacha Community Park. more »»

GPICA meets candidates, votes on bylaws

August 15, 2018 The Greater Pine Island Civic Association held its monthly meeting last week with two main topics on the agenda: introducing the two candidates for Seat 4 of the Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control... more »»

Legion Riders give formal sendoff for former Commander Larry Nixon

August 15, 2018 The casket of former American Legion Post #136 Commander Larry Nixon was recently escorted by American Legion Riders from Hodges Funeral Home in Fort Myers to Southwest Florida International Airpor. more »»

Thousands attend Caloosahatchee Death March

August 15, 2018 Wearing black, carrying signs and even a coffin, more than 3,000 people turned out Saturday to mourn the death of a river. more »»

Pine Island residents dealing with red tide and blue-green algae

August 8, 2018 With red tide coming from the north and blue-green algae coming from the south, Pine Island has begun suffering the same fate as other barrier islands and areas. more »»

Matlacha Hookers school supply drive delivers

August 8, 2018 The Matlacha Hookers have done it again – filled a school room with every conceivable school supply plus a check for $1,07. more »»

Large turnout for clean water protest

August 8, 2018 Nearly 200 supporters turned out for the Save Our Water protest on the Matlacha Bridge Sunday, Aug. 5. more »»

Record levels of arsenic still in groundwater on Pine Island Flatlands Preserve

August 1, 2018 In the most recent report, Lee County is still finding the chemical arsenic at record levels in groundwater on Pine Island Flatlands Preserve. more »»

American Legion installs 2018-2019 officers

August 1, 2018 Sunday afternoon the American Legion Post 136 hall was filled to capacity as the officers for 2018-2019 were officially sworn into office. more »»

CW Fudge hosts ‘Christmas in July’ celebration

August 1, 2018 Traffic at CW Fudge was especially heavy last Saturday afternoon as the island company celebrated its annual “Christmas in July” even. more »»

Mail ballots for upcoming election on their way

August 1, 2018 If you have requested a mail ballot for the Aug. 28 Primary Election, it’s likely on its way. more »»



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