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Burr’s family finds connection with Shell Museum

March 18, 2015 For the last 20 years, one of the most asked questions by the thousands of guests who walk through the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum’s door pertains to the memorial garden in front of the... more »»

FISH services to grow with summer move

March 18, 2015 One of the island’s most important nonprofits is gearing up for a move down the stree. more »»

Sunset goes to her forever home and amazing recovery as a baitdog

March 18, 2015 By BRIAN WIERIMA bwierima@breezenewspapers.com It’s in the eyes. In the first two years of life, those eyes showed pain, torture and sadness. more »»

Lions Club’s annual fair expected to bring crowds, help fund important programs

March 18, 2015 For decades the Sanibel-Captiva Lions Club’s annual Arts and Crafts Fair has attracted thousands of visitors. It should be no different this year. more »»

Fashion event to showcase rare apparel, benefit island women

March 18, 2015 A fashion show to complement an island businesswoman’s group is planned for March 20. more »»

Annual art show features local work — on clotheslines

March 10, 2015 Much of the work reflects the outdoors. So why not hang the final product in the same place? The popular Sanibel Captiva Art League Clothesline Show is back March 15. more »»

Shell blogger’s photography to complement jewelry collection

March 10, 2015 Shell commerce continues to evolve. Popular Sanibel blogger Pam Rambo will debut her “Shellography Photography” at the Congress Jewelers shop starting March 16. more »»

Islands are a hit with Road Scholar program

March 10, 2015 Sanibel and Captiva continue as hot spots for a travel group catering to seniors. The Road Scholar program will bring groups of up to 30 participants to the islands each week through April. more »»

Posens celebrate 70 years, with a big dash of Sanibel sprinkled in

March 10, 2015 For the last 70 years, Warner and Susan Posen have had a lifetime of memorable experiences, but one thing has remained consistent - they have done it together. more »»

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 »»

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 »»

Islander's volunteer work turns to films with March 5 premiere

February 25, 2015 Eric Pfeifer's island real-estate firm in 2014 sponsored a film about life in Sanibel. It was an unusual move for a former civil engineer with a decided left-brain way of looking at life. more »»

 
 

 

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