Fort Myers News

Being a Floridian helps Insurer Cover Floridians

When it comes to insurance no one likes surprises. With the local team at Craig Family Insurance LLC, an affiliate of Pacific Crest Insurance Alliance, upfront detailed information and quick, accurate quotes are the norm, not the exception. The idea of “People over profits” is what makes Pacific Crest and its members such a success. Our focus stays on you, your needs, your expectations, and our unchanging commitment to provide superb, friendly service. Craig Family Read more…

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Fort Myers Pest Control

This month, let’s talk about a pest everyone deals with.  Everyone that has pets anyway. This pest is the flea. Many people think fleas will only attack animals such as dogs and cats.  However, they will also attack another animal called a human. In the event there is no more suitable host in the home such as our fur-children, these will actually attempt to feed on us. There are many species of fleas.  They do Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Fight for your Country, not a VA Loan

As we celebrate our nation’s independence, we also honor the courageous men and women dedicated to preserving our nation’s freedom. With interest rates on the rise, there is no better time to purchase a home and take advantage of the new and improved benefits of current VA loan offerings. Veterans Affairs mortgages, also known as VA loans, make it easier for active duty service members and veterans to get financing they need to purchase a Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Every Year We Have Students Who Stand Out at Fort Myers Christian School, But This Year, One Student Really Stood Out

This year, one student really stood out in my mind. Every year around this time, Fort Myers Christian School (FMCS) reviews applications for the “Grandma Betty Scholarship. It is $1,200 tuition scholarship provided by the Reese family in honor of grandmother, Elizabeth DeFebio. Teacher choose the finalists and the students must complete a questionnaire that includes a short essay. This particular student stood out, but not how you might expect. The student shared a story Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Artisan Eatery’s ‘The Forager Burger’ up for vote in The James Beard Foundation’s Blended Burger Project

FORT MYERS, Fla. (June 19, 2018) – Artisan Eatery is pleased to announce its participation in The James Beard Foundation’s (JBF) Blended Burger Project, a nationwide initiative that challenges chefs to make a “blended burger” by blending ground meat or other protein with finely chopped mushrooms to create a delicious, healthier, and more sustainable burger. Artisan Eatery’s co-owner and chef Tim Yoa is joining the initiative by featuring The Forager Burger, available now through July Read more…

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Fort Myers News

The ‘Weeding’ of the Corridor

The Other Green Movement Some changes happen quickly. Others evolve over long periods, even centuries. Anthropologist have determined that cannabis (also known as marijuana) was used to treat physical and mental afflictions as long as 3000 years ago. Fast forward to November 8, 2016. The voters of Florida, in a historic referendum on Amendment 2, approved Florida’s Medical Marijuana Initiative by a margin of 71.1% to 28.7%. This was followed by the passage of SB8A Read more…

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Fort Myers News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Society To Host Easter Brunch

Buffet, Bottomless Mimosa and Bloody Mary bar available on Sunday, April 1 FORT MYERS, Fla. (March 19, 2018) – Society will host Easter Day brunch on Sunday, April 1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The special buffet will include a prime rib carving and omelet stations, raw bar, charcuterie, cheeseboards, salad, fruit, pastries and desserts. Buffet prices are 26.95 per person, children 5 to 12 years of age $13.99 and children four and under Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Promoting the Virtue of Meaningful Work

The Freedom & Virtue Institute focuses on breaking the cycle of dependency by Don Long Twelve years ago, Ismael Hernandez returned to his birthplace in Puerto Rico for his father’s funeral. Draped over the casket was a red flag, the flag of Puerto Rico’s communist party, representing his father’s lifelong philosophy and a set of values he had passed to his son. Under the influence of his father, young Ismael had accepted his parent’s views Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Sign of a Growing District

by Christie Knudsen, Public Education Specialist South Trail Fire Department Residents of Gateway may have noticed the new sign on Gateway Boulevard and Fairway Lakes Drive announcing the future home of South Trail Fire & Rescue Station #65. The 6 in Station #65 is an identifier used for all South Trail fire stations and apparatus, and delineates South Trail from other fire departments in Lee County. Once Station #65 is built, South Trail Fire & Read more…

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Fort Myers News

Community Shred Day

Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Co., P.A. (MNMW) will partner with Secure Shredding, Inc. to host a Community Shred Day event on Friday, July 28 from 9 a.m. to noon. The Secure Shredding, Inc. truck will be on site at 8961 Conference Drive, Fort Myers. There will be a two box maximum per person for shredding. This is a free event, however, MNMW encourages participants to consider a donation to the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Read more…

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