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Commission learns process of becoming a formula retail store on the island

May 17, 2017 The Planning Commission furthered its discussion of formula retail stores during a meeting last week by understanding the process. more »»

 
 
 
Among the Flowers revamps menu

May 17, 2017 Among the Flowers is a step above when it comes to the raw vegan food movement. more »»

Captiva Plan and Blind pass topics of discussion during Captiva Community Panel meeting

May 17, 2017 The Captiva Plan and Blind Pass were hot topics during the May 9 Captiva Community Panel meeting. more »»

Captiva Memorial Library loses head librarian position

May 17, 2017 During the Captiva Community Panel’s monthly meeting which was held on May 9, Lisa Riordan, president of the Captiva Advisory Board announced that Susan Totter, head librarian of the Captiva Memoria... more »»

Planning talks formula stores

May 3, 2017 After more than an hour discussion, with new guidance from the city's mayor, the Planning Commission further discussed formula retail stores and changes to the ordinance verbiage. more »»

University of Sanibel unleashes new products

March 22, 2017 In lieu of pickleball's growing popularity, the University of Sanibel has released hats commemorating the sport. more »»

Qwik Pack & Ship under new ownership

March 15, 2017 Last October, Robert Wright and his mother, Kathy, took over Qwik Pack & Ship on Periwinkle Way. Robert and Kathy purchased the business from John Thomas who owned it for the last 14 years. more »»

Bleu Rendez-Vous offers ‘Stew-thirty’

February 15, 2017 For those on the go, Bleu Rendez-Vous French Bistro began offering four of its stews at half the price this month. more »»

Island Homes explores the benefits of ICF

February 13, 2017 Jonathan Tongyai, president of Island Homes, is taking a different approach to building energy efficient houses on the island. more »»

The Gavin family’s roots run deep

February 13, 2017 Irving Gavin’s family has quite a rich history on Sanibel. more »»

MacIntosh Books to host Tim Dorsey book signing

February 1, 2017 An author who has perfected his craft of sharing satires about life in Florida through real locations and history, released his 20th book, “Clownfish Blues. more »»

Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida in need of volunteers

January 18, 2017 The Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida, which is slated to open in Fort Myers this spring, is looking for volunteers to fill various roles. more »»

Captiva Community Panel discusses density, sewers and Captiva Drive

January 18, 2017 As some of the member’s positions termed out in December, new positions were announced during the Captiva Community Panel’s meeting Tuesday, Jan. 10. more »»

Explorers to remain open throughout Marine Lab construction

December 28, 2016 Although construction is occupying a portion of the Tarpon Bay Recreation Area for the new Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation Marine Lab, Tarpon Bay Explorers will remain open providing all of... more »»

Capt. Bob Rando of Captiva Cruises carries on Paul McCarthy’s legacy

December 28, 2016 Twenty-four years ago, Senior Captain of Captiva Cruises Bob Rando moved to Florida from Boston in search of warmer weather. more »»

The Clam Shack now under new ownership

December 28, 2016 The Clam Shack is keeping it all in the family. Mark and Laurie Thomas, the previous owners, sold the restaurant to their kids, Cara LaSalle and Patrick Hyland Oct. more »»

New bakery and cafe opens on Sanibel

December 21, 2016 After eight months of planning, Ginny Wagner opened Sanibel's newest bakery and cafe last Wednesday. more »»

Sand Castle Gifts & Gourmet to expand

December 21, 2016 The City of Sanibel Planning Commission approved the removal of 20 feet of wall at the Periwinkle Shopping Center to expand Sand Castle Gifts and Gourmet into an adjoining unit. more »»

Jerry’s gets approval for indoor coffee area

December 7, 2016 With the approval of the City of Sanibel Planning Commission, Jerry’s will soon open an indoor dining area complete with 14 seats for Coquina Coffee. more »»

Former Sanibel chief of police focuses on new endeavor

December 7, 2016 Bill Tomlinson, Sanibel’s former police chief has earned a new title. Last month, Tomlinson retired with the Sanibel Police Department after 31 years and began working with John R. more »»

Low-speed vehicle rental storefront denied by planning commission

November 30, 2016 The Sanibel Planning Commission denied a request for a conditional use permit that would have allowed a rental business of street legal low-speed vehicles to have a storefront on Periwinkle Way last... more »»

 
 

 

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Don't Forget To Stretch!

October 3, 2011 Even the most diligent exercisers tend to forget one of the most important components of any exercise program –stretching. more »

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