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Pitched roof for Resort Housing District approved

October 4, 2017 The Planning Commission approved a recommendation amending the Land Development Code for a pitched roof in the Resort Housing District. more »»

Clear Your Gear retrofitted bins with wildlife exclusion devices

October 4, 2017 An improvement was added to the Clear Your Gear monofilament bins recently to discourage cavity nesters from using them for a potential nesting site. CROW Hospital Director Dr. more »»

Sanibel Sea School offers cast netting series for youth

October 4, 2017 After a successful inaugural year, the Sanibel Sea School will host an after school cast netting series starting this month for kindergarten through eighth grade students. more »»

Eagle dies from injuries

October 2, 2017 An adult male eagle that was admitted to CROW a week ago died Saturday night due to the severity of its injuries. CROW Hospital Director D. more »»

Sanibel Public Library Announces 2017-18 Author Series

October 2, 2017 The Sanibel Public Library is thrilled to announce its 2017-18 Author Series lineup. The Library, partnering with the Sanibel Public Library Foundation, Inc. more »»

SCCF Native Landscape & Garden Center to reopen Monday

September 29, 2017 Twenty-five volunteers gathered at the Bailey Homestead Preserve to help the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation clean the grounds Tuesday, Sept. more »»

Volunteers needed for CROW's 36th Taste of the Islands

September 29, 2017 The Clinic for the Rehabilitation is in search of volunteers for the 36th Taste of the Islands on Nov. 12, at the Sanibel Community Park from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Three North American river otters released

September 28, 2017 Three North American river otters experienced a taste of freedom after nearly eight months at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife when they were released successfully in Punta Gorda... more »»

Eagle dies from injuries

September 27, 2017 An adult male eagle that was admitted to CROW a week ago died Saturday night due to the severity of its injuries. CROW Hospital Director Dr. more »»

Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum to host Cephalebrity Island Dinner

September 27, 2017 The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum is getting ready for its first major event of the season: the annual Cephalebrity Island Dinner. This year’s theme will focus on cephalopods. more »»

Businesses recognized during Best of the Islands

September 27, 2017 Over 50 businesses attended the Best of the Islands award luncheon which was held Tuesday, Sept. 26 at Sundial Beach Resort & Sp. more »»

Businesses recognized during Best of the Islands

September 27, 2017 Over 50 businesses attended the Best of the Islands award luncheon which was held Tuesday, Sept. 26 at Sundial Beach Resort & Sp. more »»

Sanibel Adult Co-Ed Softball League begins fall season

September 27, 2017 There is still time to register for the Sanibel Adult Co-Ed Softball League which will take place at the Sanibel Ball Fields beginning Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 6:30 p.. more »»

The art of innkeeping

September 27, 2017 Since Chris Davison became the general manager and vice president of operations at the Island Inn, every day is a little bit different. “It’s a smaller place, so we wear many hats,” Davison said. more »»

Sea turtle nests still hatching after storm

September 27, 2017 The sea turtle nests fared well during Hurricane Irma with nests still hatching post storm. more »»

Sanibel Farmers Market to open Sunday

September 27, 2017 Sunday marks the opening day of Local Roots Farmers Markets 10th season with the Sanibel Island Farmers Market. more »»

Charitable Foundation of the Islands helps Irma recovery

September 27, 2017 F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva Inc. more »»

Resorts recover after feeling effects of hurricane

September 27, 2017 As soon as the Sanibel Causeway bridge was cleared, two Sanibel resorts had crews assessing the damage at their properties with cleanup starting immediatel. more »»

More than 32,000 sought a shelter in Lee County

September 27, 2017 The largest evacuation and sheltering operation in Lee County’s history took place during Hurricane Irma with more than 32,000 people and 1,700 pets seeking shelter at 16 locations at the peak of th... more »»

Residents stay on island during Hurricane Irma

September 27, 2017 Although a mandatory evacuation was issued for the barrier islands, some residents decided to stay and ride out Hurricane Irma. more »»

 
 

 

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