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Jennings, Goss win City Council seats

March 10, 2015 Sanibel City Council's two open seats were filled Tuesday, March 3, in the local elections, as incumbent Jim Jennings and first-time City Council candidate Chauncey Goss prevailed. more »»

Popular Sanibel teacher resigns

March 10, 2015 Lee County schools confirm that a popular music teacher has resigned his position at the Sanibel School. Joseph Angelo had been on unpaid suspension for alleged misconduct. more »»

Dark Skies ordinance passes on Sanibel

March 10, 2015 After a year's worth of the public's input and many hours of discussion by the Sanibel City Council, the Dark Skies ordinance No. 15-004, was passed by a 5-0 vote Tuesday during the monthly meeti. more »»

Keeping the beach dark for sea turtle nesting season

March 10, 2015 With warmer temperatures on the way to Southwest Florida, it's time to enjoy the sun during the day, but turning the lights out on the beach at night. more »»

Jennings and Goss ready to start Sanibel City Council terms

March 5, 2015 By BRIAN WIERIMA bwierima@breezenewspapers. more »»

Shell Festival celebrates islands’ heritage, considered the world’s best show

March 4, 2015 It’s billed as one of the world’s longest running and largest shell shows. The 78th annual Sanibel Shell Festival runs March 5-7. more »»

Blind Pass erosion causing concern

March 4, 2015 Mother Nature’s up to her old tricks. Beach erosion at Blind Pass is causing concern in Sanibel. more »»

Geocaching gaining interest in the islands

March 4, 2015 Treasure hunting with a modern twist is grabbing hold in the islands. more »»

Time Traveling in Paradise

March 4, 2015 With the recent international headlines of the renewed opening of Cuban and United States’ relations, it’s just one of many chapters which have been written over the course of the last 500 years... more »»

With a handful of members, Optimists deliver plenty

March 4, 2015 For a small service group, the Sanibel Captiva Optimist Club packs a wallop. more »»

Duck time at the Ding

March 4, 2015 It must be that time. Junior Duck Stamp artwork is arriving in bundles at J.N. “Ding” Darling Refuge offices. more »»

Sanibel Community Church to host ‘World Day of Prayer’

March 4, 2015 Women, men and children in more than 170 countries and regions will celebrate World Day of Prayer, Friday, March 6. This year’s service will be held at 10 a.m. more »»

‘Ding’ Darling Society accepts Brush of Excellence

March 4, 2015 Sam Koltinsky, filmmaker for America’s Darling documentary about the life of Jay Darling, presented the  J.N. more »»

Jennings, Goss win Sanibel City Council seats

March 3, 2015 The two-seat race for the Sanibel City Council was decided Tuesday, with Chauncey Goss and Jim Jennings garnering the majority of the votes. Frances Slane finished third. more »»

Kiwanis Spaghetti Dinner looking to fill-out again

February 25, 2015 So what exactly can a group do with 220 pounds of meatballs, 260 pounds of dry spaghetti and 81 gallons of marinara sauce? The answer is feeding a lot of people to help raise over $25,000 for... more »»

Sanibel City Council Forum series: Part Four

February 25, 2015 The final question and answer in a four-part series is this week. The answer was limited to a maximum of 150 words. more »»

After four decades, an island landmark to get remodeled

February 25, 2015 It’s been well over four decades since the last time one of Sanibel’s most historic and storied buildings has received a make-over, and that time is about to come starting this summe. more »»

Sanibel City Council Forum series: Part Three

February 25, 2015 The third part of the four-part series of questions for the three Sanibel City Council candidates vying for the two seats was given and allowed a maximum 150 words. more »»

Candidate challenges state statute

February 25, 2015 Sanibel City Council candidate Frances Slane has filed a complaint against the City of Sanibel to protect her employment with the city if she wins a seat in the March 3 election. more »»

Economic turnaround clues continue to surface

February 25, 2015 It’s not your imagination. Sanibel causeway vehicle traffic in January was up nearly 6 percent, or roughly 17,000 more vehicles passing toll booths from January 2014. more »»

 
 

 

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