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Friends go on a trip of a lifetime

August 23, 2017 A pair of friends went on a trip of a lifetime last month, a two week adventure that continues to have them smiling as memories of the Tour de France, and private champagne tastings, are shared. more »»

Sanibel couple continues to build schools in Haiti

August 23, 2017 Bridgit Stone-Budd, owner of the Pecking Order, joined her husband, Dan, after they got married a decade ago, with his efforts of helping villages of Haiti. “It’s just one tiny part of the plane. more »»

Sea School campers traveled to Belize to study coral reefs

August 23, 2017 Eighteen campers traveled to Belize last month with the Sanibel Sea School for a Coral Reef Expedition, an experience they will carry with them for years to come. more »»

Two homes total loss in Upper Captiva fire

August 23, 2017 Two homes are a total loss after a fire broke out on Upper Captiva Island Friday, Aug. 11. Upper Captiva Fire & Rescue District Chief Bob Kinniry said the 911 call came in around 11:30 p.m. more »»

New children’s area introduced at CROW

August 23, 2017 The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife introduced a new area for children in the Visitor Education Center recently to further educate youth about marine and wildlife conservation. more »»

Registration open for CROW Classic Golf Tournament, sponsorships available

August 23, 2017 The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is currently seeking sponsorships and foursome golf teams for the annual CROW Classic Golf Tournament, which supports the nonprofit organization’s... more »»

Rare leucistic loggerhead, one of two babies receiving care at CROW

August 22, 2017 Two baby loggerhead sea turtles were recently admitted to CROW after being found in their nest unable to escape. One was admitted Sunday, Aug. more »»

Chef Jarred Harris to teach Mediterranean-inspired cooking classes

August 17, 2017 Community House Resident Chef Jarred Harris is launching hands-on cooking classes and chef demonstrations centered on Mediterranean cooking beginning tomorrow. more »»

Shared Use path repair project begin Monday

August 17, 2017 The City of Sanibel's annual repairs to the Shared Use Paths begins Monday, Aug. 21. For safety, the areas under repair will be barricaded off from users. more »»

Captiva Memorial Library welcomes new librarian

August 17, 2017 Amie Lemire, Captiva Memorial Library’s newest branch manager and senior librarian, has had over a decade of experience in working in different library systems all over the country. more »»

Captiva Plan near completion, Captiva Drive moves forward

August 17, 2017 Since last month’s Captiva Community Panel meeting, minor wording changes were made to the Captiva Plan and Land Development Code. more »»

Captiva Erosion Prevention District receives annual beach monitoring project results

August 17, 2017 After nearly four years of annual monitoring surveys, the Captiva Erosion Prevention District unveiled the results of the Sanibel and Captiva Islands Beach Renourishment Project during a meeting in... more »»

Sunshine Seafood Cafe to move to new location

August 17, 2017 Sunshine Seafood Cafe, which has been a staple on Captiva for the last eight years, will have a new home later this year. The restaurant, whose lease will be up Nov. more »»

CROW’s newest animal ambassador is a great horned owl

August 17, 2017 Although the training was a long, at times sort of scary, road, CROW Rehabber Breanna Frankel said she could not imagine it any other way, as she looked at a great horned owl perched at the Visitor... more »»

Gavin-Walker Historical Marker unveiled

August 17, 2017 The first marker was revealed about a quarter mile west of Tarpon Bay Road on the City of Sanibel Heritage Trail Friday to celebrate the Gavin and Walker family’s centennial celebration. more »»

Commission approves formula retail draft ordinance

August 17, 2017 The Planning Commission unanimously approved a draft ordinance regarding formula retail last week after City Council directed the commission to amend the Land Development Code in Apri. more »»

Shorebird nesting season not as active as previous years

August 17, 2017 Although the shorebird nesting season was not as successful as years past, the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation shorebird program coordinator said they were able to band a half a dozen adults... more »»

Road Scholars make stop on the island

August 17, 2017 An excitement ignited for the youth as they made their way into the water Monday morning, their grandparents not far behind, as they found and learned about the sea life that called the seagrass bed... more »»

Planning approves Sea Glass Lane expansion

August 17, 2017 Although it was not a unanimous vote, the Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit allowing Sea Glass Lane to expand its store into its neighboring unit for a total of 2,765 square feet... more »»

Help Matzaluna fill the F.I.S.H. Food Pantry

August 10, 2017 Matzaluna Italian Restaurant and F.I.S.H. are joining together to help restock the nonprofit's food pantry, due to the need to replenish the shelves with school starting. more »»



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