A fatality has been reported from car crash blocking Pine Island Road in North Fort Myers. All eastbound lanes are closed.
Aided by a helicopter, a lost kayaker was found Friday night after two crews teamed up in Bokeelia.
On Thursday afternoon, the Fort Myers Mural Society dedicated a new mural created by two artists who spoke to WINK News about their mission to honor Pine Island’s recovery from Hurricane Ian.
The goal of plans on Pine Island Road is to make traffic flow better and safer. WINK News spoke with store owners and employees who depend on drivers to use Pine Island to get to their businesses.
After the hurricane, many were not sure when they would be able to get back to the classroom. Pine Island Elementary School was one that people were concerned about because of the debris surrounding it, but to a lot of people’s surprise, they recovered quickly. When the faculty, students, and staff of Pine Island Elementary […]
The U.S. Coast Guard has organized a waterborne operation to help people evacuate Pine Island during daylight hours on Sunday. Residents are asked to make their way to Pine Island Fire Department, 5700 Pine Island Rd NW, Bokeelia, where they will be taken by truck to Yucatan Waterfront on Pine Island Road via truck. From […]
A four vehicle crash on Saturday caused vehicles to catch on fire.
A brush fire was sparked by a rollover crash in Lee County causing a power outage for many Saturday night. According to Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District, the brush fire occurred off Pine Island Road on Little Pine Island. The rolled-over vehicle damaged a power pole and that triggered the power outage many in Lee […]
The Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District has sand and sandbags available for residents preparing for Nicole. Sandbags are located at 5700 Pine Island Rd., Bokeelia (Fire Station # 1) Sandbags are limited to 25 per resident within the Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District Sand is staged at the Pine Island Little League field parking lot […]
Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) is coming to Pine Island to help people who experienced any flooding that Hurricane Idalia brought.