March 1, 2015 RSS feed / News

She Sells Sea Shells Down by the Seashore

Sanibel Shell Festival Caters to Collectors and the Curious

It’s not just a children’s nursery rhyme. For shell collectors, it’s shell heaven. Young and old will be selling shells, competing for prizes on shell art and teaching visitors all about live shells or mollusks. More...

 

Giving Back

Our Mother’s Home

Fort Myers — “Where children are cherished and futures are fostered,” is more than a catch phrase for Our Mother’s Home. More...

Commentary

“Mr. Brady, the Community Thanks You.”

At a late February city council meeting, John Brady, the current director of the Everglades Wonder Gardens, discussed a proposed plan to preserve the almost eightyyear old attraction on Old 41. More...

It’s Your Turn on March 3

It’s hardly exaggeration to say that March 3 is one of the most important days in Estero history. Voters in the area, now incorporated as Florida’s newest village, will go to the polls to pick their first village council. More...

Planning for Estero Future

The Estero Community Planning Panel is to be commended for inviting two of the developers interested in helping fulfill Estero’s ‘Village Center’ vision to present their tentative plans to the panel and the interested public Monday More...

Community

You're in the Spotlight

Spotlight Visits the Hoover Dam

Kathy and Tony Richichi took the Spotlight on a tour of the Hoover Dam. The Spotlight loves to travel, so please bring the Spotlight on your next adventure. More...

You're in the Spotlight

La Maison d’Elise Celebrates Grand Opening at The Promenade

La Maison d’Elise celebrated its grand opening at The Promenade. More...

You're in the Spotlight

Calusa Ghost Tours Opens New location

The Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Calusa Ghost Tours to celebrate the opening of their new location in Bonita Springs at 27313 Old US 41 Road. More...

Estero Candidates Profiles

District 1, 4 and 6 Candidates: More...

All The Right Steps

Irish Dance Is Alive in Southwest Florida Thanks To Tir Na Nog Academy of Irish Dance

Few things are quite as adorable as a troop of tiny girls dancing a perfect reel jig. But behind that row of bouncing curls and flouncing skirts are hours of practice and a patient motherdaughter duo of teachers. More...

A Cabinet For The Old Kitchen Water Pump

Recently, the Estero Historical Society received a donation of an antique water pump which was donated by the late Harry Boyle and his wife, Joyce. Dr. Kenneth Wisen set out to make a cabinet for it. Here is his description of the cabinet. More...

Business & Real Estate

Pita Wraps and More at Greek Island Café

North Naples — There are plenty of customer favorites at Greek Island Café in North Naples. More...

Frozen Custard Treats at Cookies

Estero — A few years back Brian Cagney and Karen Sutton left their busy careers up north to retire to southwest Florida. “But we were too young to be old and too old to be young,” said Sutton. More...

Ensuring An Easier Move For Seniors

North Naples — To Ken and Linda Gutshall, Best Moving and Storage is more than the name of their business. More...

Arts & Entertainment

CALENDAR

B: Bonita Springs E: Estero FM: Fort Myers N: Naples March 1 Sunday More...

Driven By Color

Naples — When Naples artist Darlene Morgensen awakens in the morning, she will be driven that day by the color she feels. It’s different every day. More...

Showtime

Artis–Naples Mar. 5 – Mar. 7Masterworks Mar. 8Paul Anka Mar. 9Whose Line is itAnyway? More...

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