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Farmers Market opens Sunday

September 30, 2015 For the second year in a row, the Sanibel Island Farmers Market will kick off this October featuring many returning favorites, as well as a few new vendors. more »»

Ozzie the bald eagle passes away at CROW

September 30, 2015 "It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Ozzie…" Those words will be felt around Lee County and the thousands of followers of the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam, after Ozzie the bald... more »»

Entryway of ‘Ding’ Visitor & Education Center receives renovations

September 30, 2015 By MEGHAN McCOY The entryway of the Visitor & Education Center at J.N. more »»

Young musician performs during Island Hopper Fest

September 30, 2015 Although Sarah Hardwig played the guitar in front of an audience for the first time Sunday, Sept. more »»

Singer draws inspiration from Sanibel, conversations

September 30, 2015 Although Danny Morgan’s first attempt with music did not pan out with the drums, by the age of 10 he formed his first band and played an old used arched top guitar his mom gave him. more »»

A decade of theater

September 30, 2015 What started as a college project, has blossomed into a 10-year small business success for Michelle Hamstra of Fort Myers. The Creative Theater Workshop will celebrate its 10th year anniversary Oc. more »»

Council raises beach parking to $4 an hour

September 30, 2015 A couple of fee increases were passed by the Sanibel City Council at its Sept. more »»

City budget passes, millage rate lowest since 1993

September 30, 2015 The Sanibel City budget for the year 2016 will stand at $56,039,603, which is a $15,700 increase from the tentative budget, with the final millage rate at 1.9139. more »»

Sanibel Subway offers fresh sandwiches

September 30, 2015 “Subway has the best value and freshness on the island,” said Sanibel Subway Owner Jeremy Conley. more »»

Clouds trump lunar eclipse in Southwest Florida skies

September 30, 2015 The last time a total eclipse coincided with a supermoon was in 1982 and it won’t happen again until 2033. more »»

Ozzie the bald eagle back at CROW after sustaining injuries

September 28, 2015 Ozzie the bald eagle is back in familiar territory and unfortunately, it's not in his nest with Harriet. more »»

Island Hopper Songwriters Fest attracts talented artists

September 16, 2015 For Tim McGeary, the Island Hopper Songwriters Festival is the perfect atmosphere because he loves to perform while connecting with his audience. more »»

Topping off Ceremony takes Golisano Children’s Hospital to next stage

September 16, 2015 Excitement flowed out of a large tent Wednesday morning as Lee Memorial board of directors, legislators, physicians and many Lee Memorial Health System staff members and donors gathered for the... more »»

Sanibel artist donates Ozzie paintings for CROW Golf Classic

September 16, 2015 In kindergarten, all Myra Roberts wanted to do was dra. more »»

Artist creates life sized portrait for his exhibit at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery

September 16, 2015 Cardboard pieces of different sizes and shapes were added to a 14-foot “Cubist Bob” Wednesday afternoon as artist Wayne White completed the sculpture for his opening reception special performance at... more »»

Experience a trademark benefit of interning at CROW

September 16, 2015 The best relationships in life results when it’s a two-way street, when all parties involved benefit in some wa. more »»

Sewer rates to increase on Sanibel

September 16, 2015 Sewer rates will bump a bit at the start of the new fiscal year. more »»

Captiva Tri provides tough challenge for all ages

September 16, 2015 An angrier than normal Gulf of Mexico provided an early challenge for competitors in the Captiva Tri Sunday morning at South Seas Resort, but it still wasn’t enough to prevent good times at the... more »»

First budget hearing produces some good news for Sanibel residents

September 16, 2015 There was some positivity being passed around in the Sanibel City Council’s first tentative budget hearing Saturday, as the highlights hit included the millage rate budgets at a rolled-back rate has... more »»

LCEC project stalled due to permit condition issued by Cape Coral

September 16, 2015 LCEC CEO Dennie Hamilton provided an update to the Captiva Community Panel last Tuesday regarding rebuilding a transmission line that crosses from Cape Coral over Matlacha Pass to Pine Island betwee... more »»

Sanibel chef in the running of winning $25,000

September 16, 2015 A Sanibel chef is in the running of winning $25,000 for a competition challenging chefs to create the best breakfast using the brand Thomas English muffins and bagels during National Breakfast Mont. more »»



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