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Three Cs and masks: DeSantis urges Floridians to take safety measures

July 2, 2020 As the state and country prepare to celebrate Independence Day, Gov. more »»

Tough choices: Some Cape bars choose to temporarily close

July 2, 2020 With COVID-19 cases in Florida and Lee County climbing, coupled with some close-to-home tragedies, many establishments in Cape Coral are making the tough decision to temporarily close until... more »»

Officials urge safety in celebrating Independence Day

July 2, 2020 Despite Independence Day celebrations being cancelled throughout the area, residents are encouraged to practice safe behavior that would apply not just in a year with a pandemic. more »»

Lee sheriff’s race to step off with a partisan primary

July 2, 2020 The Lee County Sheriff's race appears on both the Aug. 18 Primary and Nov. 3 General Election ballots The Republican primary has two candidates, incumbent Carmine Marceno and James A. more »»

Law Appreciation Day events, fund raisers set

July 2, 2020 Sunday will mark Southwest Florida’s inaugural Law Enforcement Appreciation Da. more »»

Cape Coral taxable property valuation up 7.62 percent

July 2, 2020 Property valuation numbers to be submitted to the state for the City of Cape Coral are much higher than the estimate released by the Lee County Property Appraiser last mont. more »»

COVID-cases nearing 160,000

July 1, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, there are 158,997 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 6,563 since FDOH's last update Tuesday morning. more »»

Lee County Sheriff Races: Republican Primary and General Election candidates

July 1, 2020 The Lee County Sheriff’s race appears on both the Aug. 18 Primary and Nov. 3 General Election ballots The Republican primary has two candidates, incumbent Carmine Marceno and James A. more »»

Fort Myers Beach Council keeps beaches open; imposes mask mandate

July 1, 2020 Fort Myers Beach will be open this weekend without any beach access limits though there will be a new requirement on mask-wearing. more »»

School District cancels graduations

July 1, 2020 High school graduations have again been cancelled due to the pandemic. more »»

Cape Council calls special meeting on masks

June 30, 2020 With COVID-19 case numbers climbing across the state, the Cape Coral City Council will consider a controversial measure as a way to slow down the spread. more »»

Lee Health, city opens coronavirus test site at Chester Street Resource Center

June 30, 2020 By CJ HADDAD Cape Coral residents and those in the area who may be showing symptoms or want to get tested for coronavirus can once again do so locally. more »»

Cape Council to hold special meeting to discuss face masks

June 30, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Thursday, July 2, at 2:30 p.m., at City Hall to discuss face masks. more »»

Sanibel makes masks mandatory; temporarily closes beach parking

June 30, 2020 The Sanibel City Council has approved the mandatory wearing of face coverings and the temporary closure of all city-owned and -operated, paid beach parking. more »»

COVID-19 cases top 152,000

June 30, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, there are 152,434 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 6,093 since FDOH's last update Monday morning. more »»

Graduations to all be held at Hertz Arena in July

June 30, 2020 Due to an opening at Hertz Arena, all in-person high school graduations will be held at the same facility at various times and days in July. more »»

Shell Factory hosting 11th annual Christmas July

June 30, 2020 The Shell Factory & Nature Park has, for years, made the dog days of summer a more festive time of the year. And, for many, if ever there was a time where we need to be more festive, it’s now. more »»

United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee campaign reaches goal for 27th year in a row

June 30, 2020 The United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee has concluded the 2019-2020 campaign, and exceeded the campaign goal of $10,783,56. more »»

GoFundMe set up for Cypress Lake High student who died of COVID-19 complications

June 30, 2020 A GoFundMe page has been set up for Carsyn Leigh Davis, who died of coronavirus complications on June 23, shortly after her 17th birthday. more »»

SCORE to offer free, six-part webinar to help small businesses

June 30, 2020 For the first time, SCORE Chapters within the nonprofit’s District 480 are joining forces to offer small business owners throughout the region the critical guidance needed today to determine whether... more »»



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