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City officials: Island fared well with last storm

February 1, 2017 Although the City of Sanibel was under a tornado watch through the early morning hours of Monday, Jan. 23, no significant damage was reported. more »»

Sanibel doing well offering workforce housing

February 1, 2017 The goal for most municipalities in Lee County is to offer 3 percent of its housing to those in the workforce, who are retired, or who have a handicap. more »»

The late Robert Rauschenberg’s Captiva home for sale

February 1, 2017 Although it was a hard decision to make, Darryl Pottorf, who inherited the late Robert Rauschenberg’s Captiva home, recently put it on the market. more »»

Osprey had 54 fledges in 2016

February 1, 2017 Although 2016 saw a decline in osprey fledges, with warmer temperatures and clearer waters so far in 2017, it’s hopeful this year will be more successful. more »»

Mental health discussed at League of Women Voters of Sanibel luncheon

February 1, 2017 Mental illness was addressed during the League of Women Voters of Sanibel luncheon from both a personal perspective and an organization in terms of the resources it offers for individuals. more »»

‘Give A Hoot’ for ‘Ding’

February 1, 2017 Only a few tickets are left for J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge’s annual “Go Wild For Ding” fundraiser. more »»

Famous chef announces last year of cooking classes at the Jacaranda

February 1, 2017 Last week, renowned chef Loretta Paganini announced that this would be the last year she holds her annual cooking classes at the Jacaranda. But, she isn’t stopping entirely just yet. more »»

Clyde Butcher spends a week on Sanibel

February 1, 2017 Acclaimed photographer Clyde Butcher, who is widely known for his black and white prints of Florida’s vast landscape,  spent a week at the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation’s Wilmeth Cottage... more »»

Yoga with a view

February 1, 2017 Shake up your normal yoga routine with Sanibel Dance, Pilates and Yoga’s standup paddle board yoga class. Mark Sheme, the studio’s SUP yoga instructor, began practicing yoga three years ago. more »»

The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum holds annual Under the Sea gala

January 25, 2017 Tickets are nearly sold out for the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum’s annual benefit. more »»

Captiva Cruises provides a temporary escape for local youth

January 25, 2017 What started as a mere discussion has turned into a full-fledged program. more »»

Sanibel Secrets: Tony Lapi reflects on over 40 years at ‘Tween Waters

January 25, 2017 In 1976, Tony Lapi came to Captiva knowing very little about the hospitality business, but, for the past 41 years, Lapi, who is the president and CEO of Sanibel-Captiva Beach Resorts, has been makin... more »»

Pollution first responders’

January 25, 2017 Local rivers, streams and water bodies have new guardian. more »»

Sea level rise symposium provides insight to island residents

January 25, 2017 Many residents of Captiva and Sanibel gathered at South Seas Island Resort Friday, Jan. 13, to hear about the effects of sea level rise from geologists, biologists, engineers and other experts. more »»

Center 4 LIfe Arts & Crafts Fair scheduled for next weekend

January 25, 2017 A vast array of arts and crafts will fill the Center 4 Life, as 40 vendors showcase their talent with both handmade items, and writing. “It’s a good event. more »»

Phillips to retire in February

January 25, 2017 The longest serving employee in Sanibel history, Police Chief Jamie Phillips, will retire on Feb. 28, after 37 years of service. “I can’t say enough. more »»

Island traffic initiatives continue into 2017

January 25, 2017 The mayor provided an update on Sanibel’s traffic initiative during last week’s City Council meeting, which will eventually include a smartphone app, Sanibel Bound Traffic Cam. more »»

Sanibel/Captiva Heart Walk to be held this weekend

January 25, 2017 The Sanibel/Captiva Heart Walk began four years ago after a resident began seeking locations to participate in near the island. more »»

Cooperation leads conversation at 26th annual water conference

January 25, 2017 The time for finger-pointing is past — it’s time to come together. Cooperation through common ground was the theme of the 26th annual Southwest Florida Water Resources Conference. more »»

White pelican makes progress after admitted to CROW for red tide symptoms

January 25, 2017 A 12.25 pound male American white pelican is making strides towards a full recovery after being admitted to CROW for brevetoxicosis, otherwise known as red tide. CROW Hospital Director Dr. more »»

 
 

 

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