After years of wrangling with Fort Myers Beach elected officials, fighting frivolous lawsuits to stop the project, COVID and Hurricane Ian, TPI will host a ribbon cutting ceremony today at 1PM and officially open the doors to the Margaritaville Resort on Fort Myers Beach at 3PM.
Beach Talk Radio is moving to Margaritaville starting this Saturday. We're also moving the show back one hour to a 10AM start. We'll be broadcasting from the License to Chill Bar which is on the Margaritaville Sunset Terrace.
Many of you that are coming to our first 10AM show at Margaritaville Resort this Saturday have asked where you should park. We've put together several options for you to consider when you come over the bridge.
Funds are being raised at a January 17th event to support Fort Myers Beach teachers at the elementary school. Here are the details...
Our Day Before New Years Day 5K and Walk will take place at DiamondHead Beach Resort on Sunday, December 31st. All proceeds will be donated to the Fort Myers Beach Woman's Club. We already have 273 registrations.
It's been more than 14 months since Hurricane Ian made landfall on Fort Myers Beach. As we get further and further away from September 28, 2022, we see more homes being repaired and rebuilt and pockets of green grass and new landscaping blanketing the island.
On Monday, the Fort Myers Beach Town Council approved three variances that will allow owners Mike and Dawn Miller to begin the rebuild of their restaurant. Last month the LPA also approved the variances.
Former interim Fort Myers Beach Town Manager Keith Wilkins made a quick decision several months ago that so many of you are going to be extremely happy he made.
Beach Talk Radio is partnering with Margaritaville Resort on Fort Myers Beach to raffle off a 2-night cruise for two to the Bahamas on the Margaritaville at Sea. And, we're helping the Fort Myers Beach Woman's Club along the way. Here's how you can get in on the giveaway.
Did you know families in the Harlem Heights area earn 40% below the Lee County average? This year we're partnering with Beach Baptist to collect toys through our Amazon Wish list to help kids in Harlem Heights, Iona and Fort Myers Beach.
On Thursday at the Southwest Florida delegation meeting in Fort Myers, Florida Representative Adam Botana pulled his bill that would have dissolved the Fort Myers Beach Fire District if voters chose to do so in a referendum in 2024. Here's why...