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The island’s street names tell of a rich history

May 27, 2015 There is a common site in any community which can tell one of its character, history and natural attractions — and it’s literally on every street corner. more »»

Window costs likely to spike after June

May 27, 2015 The Fifth Edition Florida Energy Code is a title not known by many, but it is something which will affect anyone with a house or business come June 30. more »»

Affordable CHR housing offers new chances in life

May 27, 2015 When Allen Dunham came to Sanibel for work around 15 years ago, his fortunes had taken a downturn and he was looking for a new lease on life. more »»

Former islanders scripting early days of BIGARTS

May 27, 2015 Donna Kreager's tedious work may soon tell a deeper story. more »»

Islander quietly helps the homeless

May 27, 2015 Mitch Schwenke is quietly working behind the scenes in helping the most needy in southwest Florid. more »»

UPDATE: Cyclist hit in Sanibel crosswalk listed in fair condition

May 26, 2015 A Sanibel bicyclist seriously injured in a May 22 collision is listed in fair condition at Lee Memorial Hospital. more »»

Cyclist hit in Sanibel crosswalk on Periwinkle Way

May 22, 2015 A bicyclist in a marked crosswalk in Sanibel was struck by a driver early Friday, police said. The unnamed bicyclist was transported by helicopter to Lee Memorial in Fort Myer. more »»

Summer’s almost here

May 20, 2015 Just like that, summer break is around the corner. more »»

Early stats show a healthy start to sea turtle and Snowy Plover seasons

May 20, 2015 The first count by the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation has been done on sea turtle and Snowy Plover nesting on Sanibel and Captiva, with both having satisfactory number. more »»

Planning makes way for a new Doc Ford’s

May 20, 2015 A conditional use permit to establish a new 9,185 square foot dine-in and carry-out Doc Ford’s restaurant was passed unanimously by the Sanibel Planning Commission Tuesday, this time with a lot less... more »»

Bald eagle released back into the wild

May 20, 2015 Freedom certainly tasted good for the “Cape Coral Canal” bald eagle, after it didn’t hesitate for a second to take to flight after being released back into the wild in Cape Coral Friday. more »»

Gulf Coast Humane Society has volunteers ready for expansion

May 20, 2015 Although the expansion of Gulf Coast Humane Society into Cape Coral is still two to three years away, the non-profit pet shelter already has a solid volunteer base awaiting its arrival. more »»

CHR adds playground for its Airport Way complex

May 20, 2015 There was a nice improvement to the Community Housing Resources’ Airport Way complex, with the addition of a playground for the residents’ childre. more »»

Hibiscus legacy endures with volunteer effort

May 20, 2015 By CRAIG GARRETT cgarrett@breezenewspapers.com Friends have helped in preserving the legacy of an island flower grower and judging legen. more »»

Mangrove Cuckoo study to end

May 20, 2015 Say goodbye to the cuckoo lady. more »»

Islander survives raft challenge, will spend summer tuna fishing

May 20, 2015 Elliot Sudal has toppled another challenge. more »»

Autos, sidewalk sale headline Periwinkle Place Memorial weekend

May 14, 2015 Car lovers and bargain shoppers have a big Memorial weekend lined up. more »»

‘Ride of Silence’ remembers those killed or injured

May 13, 2015 Most ride bicycles for fun or exercise. One annual event in Sanibel pays tribute to those who lost their life or were hurt while taking part in the sport they love. more »»

Islanders rush to help Capt. Rob Modys

May 13, 2015 The voice of southwest Florida fishing has a connection to Sanibel. Capt. more »»

Canids make their presence known

May 13, 2015 There are an abundance of wildlife species which make Sanibel their home from turtles, birds, alligators — and now coyotes. more »»

 
 

 

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