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City Council pushes pay issue forward

October 14, 2014 The city will examine the pay of surrounding communities and other factors in deciding a possible compensation package for Sanibel’s elected officials. Or not. more »»

Report card has golf course moving in the right direction

October 14, 2014 Drew Donnelly got some good news from Sanibe. more »»

Island merchants preserve history with wall art

October 14, 2014 When Alison and Blaine Dry began to renovate the building for their then new Cip’s Place cafe in 2010, they were surprised at the number one request. more »»

Committee to study leaf-blower use, noise

October 8, 2014 Everyone agrees they can be annoying to listen to, especially before coffee time. more »»

Post Office remake gets public riled

October 8, 2014 Patrons are wondering what in the world happened here. And they're voicing concerns -- loudly and clearly, said Sanibel Island Postmaster Mary Uhlhorn. more »»

Chamber sees signs of a healthy season

October 8, 2014 Members of the Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce are already beginning to sense that this season could be an exceptional for Sanibel and Captiva merchants, southwest Florida's resort industry in... more »»

Demand pushes Farmers Market opening to Oct. 5

October 1, 2014 An islands favorite returns early this season. The Sanibel Island Farmers Market opens Oct. 5 at Sanibel City Hall ground. more »»

Sweet Treat: Time is now for sea grape jelly

October 1, 2014 If it’s fall, it must be time for sea grape jelly. But hurry; the Sanibel Cafe will run out of the tasty treat quickly, said Ken Loewit, the cafe’s co-owner and the cook in the kitchen. more »»

Pizzeria to open at Bailey’s Center next month

October 1, 2014 Food choice grows by one in November. The city has approved a request by a Sanibel businessman to open a pizzeria at the Bailey’s Shopping Center comple. more »»

Islander rescues those in financial distress

October 1, 2014 The islander rubber-banded household bills and stuffed the bundles into bank boxes around southwest Florida. more »»

Council raises recreation and beach fees, lowers millage

September 24, 2014 Despite some good-natured quibbling over a millage rollback and bumps in recreation center user and beach parking fees, the Sanibel City Council has approved its operating budget for the next year. more »»

County VCB doles out tourism awards

September 9, 2014 Twenty-nine Lee County tourism professionals received awards for their “over-the-top” hospitality professionalism during the 14th annual Elaine McLaughlin Outstanding Hospitality Service Awards at... more »»

Planning Commission approves applications for F.I.S.H., Sanibel Sprout

September 8, 2014 On Aug. 26, Dr. Phillip Marks presided over his first Sanibel Planning Commission meeting as its chairman. more »»

Office manager by day, pet advocate by night

September 5, 2014 They're wanted. But for different reasons than posters used to hang in federal buildings. Photos in the Sanibel Post Office these days are of pets needing a home, mostly cats lost or displaced. more »»

Exotic to classic expected at Sept. 1 car show

August 28, 2014 A young Scot Congress was so excited with a new family stationwagon that he spent the night curled up in the back seat. more »»

Pfeifer welcomes Les Boyle and Sandy Boyle

August 11, 2014 Sandy Boyle grew up in Indiana and after attending Indiana State University she joined a large transportation company where she specialized in accounting and bookkeeping. more »»

Sanibel pilot's hobby is no flight of fancy

August 6, 2014 Eden Roshberg may be Sanibel's youngest secret. more »»

Sanibel artist noted for whimsy is getting popular

August 1, 2014 A Sanibel artist is gaining traction in a sometimes difficult and very competitive market. David Ruhe in Sanibel alone has sold some 30 original paintings, many others in Florida and the US. more »»

 
 

 

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