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Virtual summer school to be available to all students K-8

May 21, 2020 Think your elementary- or middle school- aged child could use a little help to prepare for next year? The School District of Lee County has you covered. more »»

Virtual summer school to be available to all students K-8

May 21, 2020 Think your elementary- or middle school- aged child could use a little help to prepare for next year? The School District of Lee County has you covered. more »»

Memorial Day: The Cape salutes military members who have lost their lives serving

May 21, 2020 Amidst a global pandemic, Americans can still pay tribute to fallen members of the military this Monday on Memorial Day — a day to remember the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice while... more »»

Military museum fears building may be sold

May 21, 2020 As many non-profit organizations face financial peril in the wake of restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, a location in Cape Coral full of American history, relics of the past and a... more »»

Cultural icon facing dire financial reality

May 21, 2020 A Cape Coral landmark that has produced community theater and entertainment and provided educational opportunities for youth and adults alike, could be facing its final act due to financial issues... more »»

Red, White & Boom’s move ‘the right call’

May 21, 2020 The city of Cape Coral’s decision to postpone and then revamp Red, White & BOOM is being hailed as not only the prudent choice, but one that will allow for a golden opportunity to celebrate --... more »»

Big Backpack Event will be held curbside this July

May 21, 2020 The Big Backpack Event will return for its 21st annual year at the end of July, with new experiences to accommodate social distancing, at the Fort Myers Skatium. more »»

Updated: Lee Health: Millions spent on incentive pay, meals, more

May 21, 2020 With this week's announcement of voluntary layoffs and “summer sabbatical” programs for Lee Health employees designed to reduce costs, system officials on Wednesday touted all they have done to... more »»

No stimulus check yet? IRS bringing back phone operators

May 21, 2020 The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been making direct deposits and mailing out economic impact (stimulus) payments of up to $1,200 per qualifying adult and $500 per qualifying dependent since... more »»

CDC releases ‘Opening Up America Again’ benchmarks

May 20, 2020 As states begin reopening efforts, the Centers for Disease Control has released a 60-page summary of the "CDC’s initiatives, activities, and tools in support of the Whole-of-Government response to... more »»

Individuals, businesses can apply for new county assistance program beginning Tuesday

May 20, 2020 Folks who need help paying the rent or a utility bill and who earn under $55,000 or whose small business has suffered due to the economic fallout from the state's response to the COVID-19 are all... more »»

Lee Health: Millions spent on employee incentive pay, meals program and more

May 20, 2020 With Monday’s announcement of voluntary layoffs and “summer sabbatical” programs for Lee Health employees designed to reduce costs, system officials on Wednesday touted all they have done to benefit... more »»

Commissioner Fried & FDACS warn consumers about COVID-19 contact tracing text message scams

May 20, 2020 Officials are warning of a number of COVID-19 contact tracing text messaging scams. "Contact tracing is a powerful public health tool that helps stop the further spread of COVID-19. more »»

State approves Lee County’s minimum standards for vacation rentals

May 20, 2020 The state on Wednesday approved Lee County’s minimum standards so that reservations can resume for vacation rentals, which had been prohibited under a prior executive order from Gov. Ron DeSantis. more »»

Pedestrian fatality reported on Skyline Tuesday morning

May 19, 2020 Cape Coral police are asking anyone with information related to a pedestrian fatality that occurred in the 4500 block of Skyline Boulevard around midnight to contact the department. more »»

Council looks to find common ground on Tropicana Park

May 19, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council believes it has found some common ground for the development of Tropicana Park. more »»

Red, White & POOF!

May 19, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has forced communities nationwide to cancel all and any big events. On Monday, the virus claimed another victim. more »»

County approves plan for vacation rentals; awaiting state nod

May 19, 2020 If approved by the state, short-term vacation rentals could resume as early as Wednesday in Lee County. more »»

Boaters beware -- Manatees, mating herds typical in local waterways

May 19, 2020 Springtime inspires mating seasons for a variety of wildlife, from alligators to wading birds. And Florida’s state marine mammal — the manatee — is a highlighted species that starts to see sparks fly. more »»

Lee County to open more Parks & Recreation sites and amenities

May 19, 2020 Because of continued voluntary compliance and the community’s greater awareness for Centers for Disease Control guidelines, Lee County will reopen pools, playgrounds, pavilions, courts, multi-purpos... more »»

Cape Council discusses possible park at city-owned D&D site

May 19, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council revisited its city-owned D&D property in Matlacha Monday, taking into consideration the severe dearth of boat ramps in the Cape. more »»

 
 

 

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