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Long standing business moved to new location

March 9, 2016 A business that has offered a warm welcome to all of its customers, with a great deal of knowledge, for more than 60 years, moved to its fifth location here on the island. more »»

Sanibel student sings and performs his way to Broadway on TAG A Cappella group

March 9, 2016 Mark Sheme of Sanibel maybe considered a rookie on the Cypress Lake A Cappella “TAG” group, but he has provided an experienced edge to help himself and his fellow members earn a trip to the ICHSA... more »»

Mayor coalition meets to review D.C. trip

March 2, 2016 The Mayor coalition from Lee County created to help address the latest water quality issues from the Lake Okeechobee discharges, took their plight to the federal level in Washington D.C. last week. more »»

No quick fix for current water quality problem

March 2, 2016 A reactive message has been sent by the State of Florida and Governor Rick Scott, when they highly recommended to the U.. more »»

Bicycle rental shops on Sanibel get conditional use permits granted by Planning Commission

February 17, 2016 By BRIAN WIERIMA bwierima@breezenewspapers.com A pair of conditional use permits for the two bicycle rental stores on Sanibel were approved by the Planning Commission in its bi-monthly meeting Feb. 9. more »»

New art gallery an extension of Russell’s talent of marketing and promoting

February 17, 2016 Ever since Kevin and Jennifer Russell started their Marketing Mania business in 1994, they have been helping launch careers for newcomers and veterans alike in the field. more »»

University of Sanibel cruises into second year

February 10, 2016 The rookie season is over for the University of Sanibel, as proprietors Curt Will and Ann Runyon enter their sophomore year of the ever-growing popular clothing line. more »»

Sewer systems discussed during panel meeting

December 16, 2015 The Captiva Community Panel gathered additional information regarding estimated costs if a central sewer system were to be built for island residents. more »»

Captiva Community Panel sends plan to Lee County staff

December 16, 2015 With only a few minor changes, the Captiva Community Panel voted unanimously Tuesday, Dec. 8 to send the Captiva Plan to Lee County staff for further review. more »»

Fine dining coming to Village Shops

December 16, 2015 The Sanibel Planning Commission heard a revised plan by RLR Investments (otherwise known as Royal Shell) for a conditional use permit for a new 50-seat fine-dining restaurant to be located inside th... more »»

Shared use path improvements passed by City Council

December 9, 2015 A shared-use pathway intersection improvement study conducted by T.Y. Lin International (TYLI) gave several suggestions on how to improve on an already high-quality system on Sanibel at the Dec. more »»

Fort Myers Beach Downtown development plan would be dazzling

December 9, 2015 Grand Resorts’ list of amenities and solutions for the transformation of Fort Myers Beach’s downtown is staggering: A roundabout at the base of the sky bridge, eliminating a traffic light and... more »»

Second solar meeting draws more interested residents

November 25, 2015 More Sanibel and Captiva residents gathered at J.N. more »»

New restaurant in Village Shops put on hold

November 25, 2015 Fine diners will have to skip Village Shops for a while longer after the Sanibel Planning Commission voted 6-0, with one abstention, to grant a continuance to RLR Investments for its plans to... more »»

Further discussion had regarding Captiva Community Plan provisions

November 18, 2015 Further discussion was had during a recent Captiva Community Panel meeting regarding the feedback they received from Lee County staff for their Captiva Community Plan. more »»

‘Hogs and Air Dogs’ to feature flying K9s and a chance to help GCHS

November 18, 2015 The “Hogs and Air Dogs” charity event to benefit the Gulf Coast Humane Society will give the rare opportunity to witness flying K9s, as they cruise the ether at the Six Bends Harley-Davidson facilit... more »»

Shell Museum celebrates 20 years by giving back to the community

November 11, 2015 Two celebrations will be held at the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum to celebrate opening 20 years ago. more »»

First SanCap Solar Connect Program meeting draws crowd at ‘Ding’

November 11, 2015 The education room at J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge was filled last week with residents who were interested in learning more about a grid interactive solar electric system. more »»

Planning Commission grants conditional use permit to allow a Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar at Sundial

October 22, 2015 A new kind of dining experience will be coming to Sanibel after the Sanibel Planning Commission granted Sundial Resort and Spa at 1451 Middle Gulf Drive, to add a Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar t... more »»

Farmers Market opens Sunday

September 30, 2015 For the second year in a row, the Sanibel Island Farmers Market will kick off this October featuring many returning favorites, as well as a few new vendors. more »»

 
 

 

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