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Reddish egret continues to be researched at ‘Ding’

February 13, 2017 A study that began at J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge in 2014, continues to shed light on a species that calls the refuge home - the reddish egret. more »»

Island Homes explores the benefits of ICF

February 13, 2017 Jonathan Tongyai, president of Island Homes, is taking a different approach to building energy efficient houses on the island. more »»

The Gavin family’s roots run deep

February 13, 2017 Irving Gavin’s family has quite a rich history on Sanibel. more »»

Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum unveils new educational program

February 13, 2017 Science Director and Curator Dr. José H. Leal, Ph. more »»

Former U.S. Russia Ambassador John Beyrle to speak at BIG ARTS

February 13, 2017 Following President Donald Trump’s timely induction to the White House last month, the Russia-United States Legal Education Foundation will have former U.S. more »»

Blind Pass and beach renourishment to begin Feb. 13

February 10, 2017 Preparations for a project to dredge Blind Pass, enhance the beach and help water quality in the bridge area, where Sanibel and Captiva islands meet, will begin Monday, Feb. 13. more »»

Valor Awards presented to police personnel involved in shooting

February 8, 2017 The Sanibel City Council recognized five individuals for acts of composure and heroism they displayed last November during the first shooting ever to take place on Sanibel. more »»

Sanibel mourns loss of former Mayor Mark "Bird" Westall

February 8, 2017 The former Mayor, Mark "Bird" Westall, has passed. "One of Sanibel's strongest environmental voices has left u. more »»

Get ready for spaghetti

February 7, 2017 One of Sanibel’s most looked forward to events is coming soon. Each year on the last Saturday in February the Kiwanis Club throws a party for the whole community – the annual Spaghetti Dinner. more »»

Sanibel Shell Festival theme announced

February 7, 2017 The Sanibel Shell Festival will celebrate its 80th year March 2, 3 and 4. “Around the World in 80 Shells” has been chosen as this festival’s theme. more »»

Ruane and Harrity to speak to Republican Caucus 

February 6, 2017 On Saturday, Feb. 11, at 10 a.m., Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane and Council member Marty Harrity will speak at the second Sanibel/Captiva Republican Caucus meeting of 2017. more »»

BIG ARTS annual benefit tickets on sale

February 3, 2017 Tickets to the BIG ARTS Annual Benefit, "Neil Berg's 100 Years of Broadway" the sole annual fundraising event, are now available. more »»

MacIntosh Books to host Tim Dorsey book signing

February 1, 2017 An author who has perfected his craft of sharing satires about life in Florida through real locations and history, released his 20th book, “Clownfish Blues. more »»

Women's Empowerment session ends Feb. 2 at BIG ARTS

February 1, 2017 A collaboration between Zonta Club and BIG ARTS—the Women’s Empowerment series—ends Feb. 2 with one final presentation. more »»

Second free TNR workshop scheduled

February 1, 2017 A second Trap-Release-Neuter Workshop will be held Saturday, Feb. 4, on the Gulf Coast Humane Society campus, located at 2010 Arcadia Street in Fort Myers. more »»

Planning rejects pool request

February 1, 2017 Despite the efforts of some members of the Sanibel Planning Commission to find a reason to approve a request for a variance by a young couple to install a pool, not enough members were persuade. more »»

City officials: Island fared well with last storm

February 1, 2017 Although the City of Sanibel was under a tornado watch through the early morning hours of Monday, Jan. 23, no significant damage was reported. more »»

Sanibel doing well offering workforce housing

February 1, 2017 The goal for most municipalities in Lee County is to offer 3 percent of its housing to those in the workforce, who are retired, or who have a handicap. more »»

The late Robert Rauschenberg’s Captiva home for sale

February 1, 2017 Although it was a hard decision to make, Darryl Pottorf, who inherited the late Robert Rauschenberg’s Captiva home, recently put it on the market. more »»

Osprey had 54 fledges in 2016

February 1, 2017 Although 2016 saw a decline in osprey fledges, with warmer temperatures and clearer waters so far in 2017, it’s hopeful this year will be more successful. more »»

 
 

 

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