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Eaglet E8 transported to CROW for evaluation and treatment

February 9, 2016 One of Harriet's current brood of two has suffered a mishap. The eaglet E8 was rescued from its nest in North Fort Myers Tuesday after it got caught there, presumably by some fishing line. more »»

Two young girls raise money for the Shell Museum

February 6, 2016 A family that loves finding such shells as junonia and alphabet cones began raising funds for the Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum after the generosity of the public turned one thing into another. more »»

Chef holds popular event at Jacaranda Restaurant

February 6, 2016 Seasonal resident Loretta Paganini is also a nationally recognized chef and owner of a prestigious cooking school. more »»

Writer captivates her audience during Author Series

February 6, 2016 Author Alice Sebold captivated a full room Wednesday at the Sanibel Public Library during the library’s second Author Series this season, despite the constant rain that dampened the island that night. more »»

Documentary to feature ‘Sanibel Before the Causeway’

February 6, 2016 Old video clips, photographs and personal interviews with those who have vivid memories of Sanibel before the early 60s, will help depict the story of “Sanibel Before the Causeway,” a documentary to... more »»

Randy Wayne White to host Randell fundraiser

February 6, 2016 A unique fundraiser will grace Captiva Island this month to help the Randell Research Center reach its 20th anniversary endowment goal of $850,000. more »»

Sanibel Sea School is sharing the ocean with one student at a time

February 6, 2016 The mission statement for the Sanibel Sea School is to "…improve the ocean's future, one person at a time. more »»

Author Tim Dorsey to make stop on Sanibel

February 6, 2016 A Florida author who has become well-known for his humorous novels revolving around the character Serge A. Storms will make a stop on Sanibel to promote his latest release. more »»

Sanibel hit by murky water, red tide

February 4, 2016 A dark cloud has descended on Sanibel in the form of a "perfect storm" of unfortunate circumstances. more »»

Annual Sanibel Captiva Heart Walk set for this weekend

January 27, 2016 The annual Sanibel Captiva Heart Walk will step onto the island once again to help spread awareness about the nations No. 1 killer, all while raising money for the American Heart Association. more »»

‘Your Library Reimagined’ attracts crowd

January 27, 2016 Feedback was sought from the community last week of what they would like their library to include during the Sanibel Public Library “Your Library Reimagined” session. more »»

Long time resident shares early Sanibel memories

January 27, 2016 When Bob Sabatino moved to Sanibel in 1957, it was a true island. “When I was on the ferry you only saw the Lighthouse and then way over to the right were two houses,” he said. more »»

Captiva Community Plan is further discussed

January 27, 2016 Another discussion was had about the Captiva Community Plan during the Captiva Community Panel’s monthly meeting regarding feedback they received from the county attorney. more »»

Captiva Memorial Library shines light on Sehgal family

January 27, 2016 Residents and visitors were treated to an afternoon of learning about the Sehgal family and the work they do through their foundation for those living in rural India. more »»

Annual planting is Friday at the Sanibel School

January 27, 2016 Ever since 1989, Sanibel has been celebrating Arbor Day with a planting of a tree on the island, which has honored an important historical or local figure. more »»

First phase of Sanibel’s traffic strategy plan could be seen soon

January 27, 2016 After years of discussion with very little action about Sanibel’s number one topic year-round - traffic - there potentially could be concrete steps taken by the end of February to hopefully curb the... more »»

Affordable housing provided by CHR changes lives

January 27, 2016 With the upcoming Community Housing and Resources’ biggest fundraising event coming up Saturday, Feb. more »»

Tradewinds Subdivision on Sanibel plagued with flooding over the years

January 27, 2016 There were more than several areas on Sanibel which were under water after the heavy rains of Jan. 15-16, but in the Tradewinds Subdivision neighborhood, it’s become a persistent hinderance. more »»

Captiva residents pay tribute to Lloyd Wright

January 27, 2016 The largest tombstone in the Captiva Cemetery belongs to that of one of the most beloved island residents, Lloyd Wright. more »»

Sanibel Health Fair to offer abundance of free screenings, information

January 20, 2016 A free community health fair will make a stop on Sanibel at the Center 4 Life next week offering an abundance of health screenings and information. more »»



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