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Sanibel School students to put on classic production

June 1, 2016 The Sanibel School will continue its “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” production this Thursday and Friday featuring 34 sixth, seventh and eighth grade students for their final production of the year. more »»

Goss will run for Congress

June 1, 2016 Chauncey Goss, a Sanibel Island business man and council member, decided he was gong to “jump in with both feet” when the Congressional District 19 Rep. more »»

Bailey Tract to be first for prescribed burn

June 1, 2016 An informational meeting was held at the J.N. “Ding” Darling Education center last Thursday to inform the community about why prescribed burns are ]necessary to prevent catastrophic wildfires. J.. more »»

Celebrate the inaugural National Seashell Day this month

June 1, 2016 Thanks to the islands geography, Southwest Florida offers the world’s best shelling for visitors and locals in finding multitudes of unbroken shells in all shapes, colors, and sizes. more »»

New logo and name adopted for Lee Memorial Health System

June 1, 2016 Lee Memorial Health System board of directors approved a new name and graphic logo last month that will help represent the system’s direction in healthcare over the next 100 years. more »»

Sanibel Fishing Pier to temporarily close

May 31, 2016 On Tuesday, June 6, the Sanibel Fishing Pier, located at Lighthouse Beach Park, will be temporarily closed due to a necessary rehabilitation project. more »»

Students ride free on LeeTran

May 26, 2016 LeeTran is kicking off summer with its inaugural Summer Bus Bash by inviting students age 22 and younger to ride the bus for free June 13-17. more »»

Sanibel residents to be featured on television series

May 25, 2016 Two Sanibel residents will be featured on a Hulu episode for winning a cooking competition earlier this year that benefited The Community House restoration campaign. more »»

SCCF’s turtle tagging helps protect them

May 25, 2016 SCCF began a new sea turtle tagging project this nesting season that has resulted in eight sea turtles so far this season as of the middle of last week that will help them collect additional data to... more »»

‘Beat the Butts’ campaign to launch June 1

May 25, 2016 With statistics showing that it takes anywhere from one to five years for a cigarette filter to biodegrade in the ocean and up to 10 years to biodegrade in a median, coupled with the beaches of... more »»

Realtor closes on top sales of Sanibel and Captiva homes

May 25, 2016 A real estate agent with John R Wood Properties, who has lived on the island since she was an infant, has had two record sales on Captiva and Sanibel. more »»

Islands Night continues tradition of gathering community

May 25, 2016 Now in its 23rd year, a tradition that began by Sam Bailey continues to gather the communities of Sanibel and Captiva together for a night out at Hammond Stadiu. more »»

Students recognized for achievements during scholarship reception

May 25, 2016 Six students were recognized during a reception Tuesday, May 17, at BIG ARTS Schein Hall for receiving a scholarship. more »»

Fawn transferred to sanctuary to live out life

May 25, 2016 A fawn that was brought to CROW was transported to a private farm in Naples on Monday, May 16, where it will be cared for by a licensed wildlife rehabilitator due its inability to be released back... more »»

Captiva Fire working with Knox HomeBox to offer secure emergency access to homes

May 25, 2016 Captiva homeowners are now being offered the opportunity to purchase a secure vault with minimal assembly that will provide the Captiva Island Fire District with access to a home in case of an... more »»

Business, tourism celebrated at Chrysalis Awards

May 25, 2016 It is always an honor for businesses to be recognized for the work they do, and Friday, at the seventh-annual Chrysalis Awards at the Harborside Convention Center, Lee County’s best got such... more »»

E8 shows signs of recovery

May 25, 2016 On Friday, May 20, E8 received a second radiograph (x-ray) since the eaglets operation on Saturday, May 14. more »»

Goss announces congressional bid

May 23, 2016 Chauncey Goss, a Sanibel Island business man and council member, decided this past weekend he was gong to "jump in with both feet" when the Congressional District 19 Rep. more »»

E8 shows signs of recovery

May 20, 2016 On Friday, May 20, E8 received a second radiograph (x-ray) since the eaglets operation on Saturday, May 14. more »»

E8 remains in critical condition

May 18, 2016 Eaglet E8 received radiographs (x-rays) as a follow up to Saturday’s surgery Wednesday, May 18 at CRO. more »»



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