Open For Business

Another Fort Myers Beach favorite is open for business. This past weekend Snug Harbor restaurant at the end of Old San Carol welcomed hungry customers for the first time since Hurricane Ian.

An Update From Annette

Last month we started an Amazon Wish List for Book Nook owner Annette Stillson who lost all of her books when Hurricane Ian came through her location in Santini Plaza. Annette reached out to us Monday and she wanted to pass these kind words along to all of you...

Mail Service Returns to The Beach Monday

Fort Myers Beach Vice Mayor Jim Atterholt deserves a lot of credit for working every local and national contact he had in his rolodex to get mail service restored to Fort Myers Beach. It wasn't easy and it certainly wasn't swift, however, he got it done.

The Beach Bar is Back Baby

Like every other business on Fort Myers Beach, The Beach Bar, located right on the sand at 1668 I Street, was smashed to pieces by Hurricane Ian. Tomorrow The Beach Bar reopens and they are ready to once again put smiles on the faces of locals and visitors alike.

La Ola Ready to Expand in Times Square

The buildings are gone but the spirit to move on from Hurricane Ian continues. Nearly every building in the entertainment district of Fort Myers Beach was swallowed up by the storm and sucked into the Gulf of Mexico. Since that day, La Ola restaurant owner Thomas Houghton has played a major role in getting life back to normal.

Margaritaville Media Event is Today

The Margaritaville developers are hosting a Topping Off Celebration for DeAngelis Diamond and the resort’s construction team this morning at 9AM. Beach Talk Radio will be there to broadcast it live.

Community Foundation Beach Cleanup

On Saturday January 28th at 8:00, the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation is organizing a cleanup on the section of the beach they've adopted, Dakota Avenue.

Guitar Raffle Nets Woman’s Club $1,615

The guitar was signed and donated to the Woman's Club by the band STYX who performed at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Center Thursday night. The winner of the signed guitar was Amy McCormish from Naples.

The King Returns

Councilman John King joins Beach Talk Radio Saturday morning at 11:30 LIVE from Wahoo Willie's. It's John's first appearance since being elected to the Town Council back in November. Elizabeth Ulman from the Beach Medical Clinic is our 11AM guest.

Mound House Good News

The Mound House grounds and public restrooms are now open weekdays 7:30A to 4:30P and the museum store is open weekdays 9A to 4P. The museum and exhibits are closed due to damage sustained during Ian. The plan is for the museum to reopen in April.

Gov. Approves $23 Mil. For Lee County Beaches

It was part of a bigger $100 million beach renourishment package for 16 coastal counties impacted by Hurricane's Ian and Nicole. The money is to address coastal erosion resulting from the two storms. No word if any of those funds will come to Fort Myers Beach

Keep Lee County Beautiful Hires Education Specialist

Jenn Downes is the new Education Specialist at Keep Lee County Beautiful. The addition of Jenn to the KLCB team is an expansion to KLCB’s mission to educate and engage the community and raise awareness of local environmental issues.