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Island fixture heading for the hills

April 1, 2015 Florida is transient. There’s sky-high citizen turnover, even in Sanibel and Captiva. So Katie Gardenia’s exit to North Carolina in the next month may pass under the radar. more »»

Bob Janes Memorial Golf Tournament turns two after successful first outing

April 1, 2015 After a very prosperous Bob Janes Memorial Golf Outing debut last year, the MOAA club is hoping to one up their efforts from 2014. more »»

Stepping up

April 1, 2015 Giving is as important as receiving. Sometimes more. An islands’ business group is portraying itself as more than steering buyers to the closing desk. more »»

Relay For Life returns to Sanibel after six years to continue the battle on cancer

April 1, 2015 Cancer never stops, but neither will the survivors of it. After a six-year layoff, the Relay for Life event returns to Sanibel and will be held Friday, April 10, starting at 4 p.m. more »»

Little Black Dress fundraiser is March 26 at Sundial

March 25, 2015 By CRAIG GARRETT cgarrett@breezenewspapers. more »»

Popular Sanibel writer returns with a new Doc Ford novel

March 25, 2015 Sanibel writer Randy Wayne White is back. This time he’s writing about Cuba, baseball, intrigue, the fictional characters and fun writing style his readers have embraced for decades. more »»

Captiva man to be awarded European country’s highest civilian honor

March 25, 2015 A Captiva man who survived the horrors of captivity will be honored by a European nation in April for his citizen conduct after time as a prisoner of war, for his contributions to society and the... more »»

SKYWARN urges islanders to become weather spotters

March 25, 2015 There are still fresh memories of Hurricane Charley, which drove a swath of destruction through each of Sanibel and Captiva islands in 2004. more »»

COTI keynote speaker urges full impact fees

March 25, 2015 Wayne Daltry has seen, if not all of it, certainly most of i. more »»

Iconic jeweler to visit Sanibel

March 25, 2015 One of the world’s more important jewelry designers will visit Sanibel at the end of the month. Gurhan Orhan will be at the Lily & Co. more »»

Sanibel Antique Show’s grand finale will be March 28-29

March 25, 2015 After two very successful events, the Sanibel Antique Show will wrap it up this Saturday and Sunday, inside the Community House from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Behind the scenes at CROW shows how to rehabilitate animals

March 25, 2015 Once a wild animal leaves its nest, den or the protection of its mother, they are pretty much on their own for the rest of their lives. more »»

‘Ozzie’ the bald eagle rehabbing at CROW

March 25, 2015 Followers of Lee County’s most watched eagles were waiting with bated breath Wednesday as the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife on Sanibel took X-rays to determine if the wounded eagle... more »»

Looking into the eye of the sun

March 25, 2015 John Hicks of Northern Ontario, Canada, has made a good living as a professional landscape architect, helping develop Canadian parks for most of his life. more »»

Sanibel Sea School’s ‘Octifest’ takes to the Causeway Island beaches March 28

March 18, 2015 The Sanibel Sea School will be holding its most important fundraiser with its annual “Octifest on the Beach” event Saturday, March 28, on the Sanibel Causeway island, beginning at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Oldest island school gets remake, adds programs for toddlers

March 18, 2015 It’s getting a little easier for families with younger children. The Children’s Education Center of the Islands has added a new class for kids as young as 18 months at the island’s oldest preschool. more »»

Not too late for historical village auction

March 18, 2015 While the Sanibel Historical Village’s March 19 fundraiser has sold out, that doesn’t mean the live auction items are out of reac. more »»

Island scout tops in cookie sales

March 18, 2015 Keebler has nothing on Liz Meardon. The island teenager in the last couple of years has sold some 10,000 brightly colored boxes of Girl Scout cookies. more »»

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 »»



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