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Antonucci: Lee Health system now performing 165 elective surgeries a day

May 12, 2020 Monday afternoon, Lee Health President and CEO Dr. Larry Antonucci, sat 6 feet away from Gov. Ron DeSantis as he spoke at a press conference at Gulf Coast Medical Center in Fort Myers. more »»

COVID-19 case load in Florida nears 42,000

May 12, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, there are 41,923 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 941 since FDOH’s last update Monday morning. more »»

Section of Trafalgar Parkway to be closed beginning Wednesday

May 12, 2020 A section of Trafalgar Parkway, between Southwest 19th Place and Southwest 19th Avenue, will be closed beginning Wednesday, May 13. more »»

DeSantis visits Lee Health, extends SOE order

May 12, 2020 In a visit to Lee Health's Gulf Coast Medical Center Monday, Go. more »»

Congressman Rooney announces arrival of funds to aid Southwest Florida’s hospitals

May 11, 2020 Hospitals in Lee County have received more than $32 million in federal relief funds to help offset costs related to the coronavirus pandemic. more »»

Governor commends Lee Health for efforts

May 11, 2020 On Monday afternoon, Lee Health President and CEO Dr. Larry Antonucci sat 6 feet apart from Gov. Ron DeSantis as he spoke at a press conference at Gulf Coast Medical Center in Fort Myers. more »»

Bateman stands behind allegations made

May 8, 2020 The city of Cape Coral's finance director, Victoria Bateman, stands "firmly behind" her statements written in a complaint letter that launched an investigation into the city manager's office. more »»

COVID-19 cases in Florida near 40,000

May 8, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Friday, there are 39,199 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 371 since FDOH’s last update Thursday morning. more »»

Achieva Credit Union launches donation drive to support local food banks

May 8, 2020 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s major impact on area communities, Achieva Credit Union is is donating $30,000 to help support food banks through west-central Florida and all the communities i... more »»

Lee County Library System expands contactless curbside pickup to all locations

May 8, 2020 Library patrons will be able to pick up on-hold materials at all Lee County Library System branch locations starting Saturday, May 9. more »»

Back in business: Cape restaurants, retail shops reopen

May 7, 2020 Restaurants and retailers across the state of Florida have been allowed to reopen to the public in a marginalized fashion beginning Monday, giving Floridians a chance to get out of their house and... more »»

No-appointment COVID-19 testing under way

May 7, 2020 No-appointment needed, no doctor’s note required testing for COVID-19 is now available for Lee County residents. That is, if you're willing to wait. more »»

Days, venues set for high school graduations

May 7, 2020 Lee County seniors got some news they have been waiting for -- a timeline for a virtual graduation ceremony to be aired on YouTube in June with traditional graduations to follow in July at either... more »»

School district reaching out to distance-learning MIAs

May 7, 2020 The School District of Lee County says nearly all of its students continue to be engaged with distance learning. But they are concerned about the 1. more »»

Cape High Students Against Destructive Decisions earns national recognition; wins Graduated Driver Licensing coalition contest with ‘Cinderella’ video

May 7, 2020 When it comes to keeping teen drivers informed, students at Cape Coral High School have you covere. more »»

Corps announces dry-season releases from Lake O

May 7, 2020 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, on Friday made two advances officials say will lead to improved water quality in Florida now, and in the future. more »»

Village Square project could face more delays

May 7, 2020 A long-awaited development proposed for the South Cape could again be delayed. more »»

Szerlag: Brown report a vindication

May 6, 2020 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag has issued a statement saying the results of a city council commissioned investigation released late last month vindicates him of accusations that were "baseless... more »»

Szerlag: Brown investigative report a vindication

May 6, 2020 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag has issued a statement saying the results of a City Council commissioned investigation released late last month vindicate him of accusations that were "baseless... more »»

Lee Health: More COVID-19 positives not necessarily indicative of coronavirus comeback

May 6, 2020 As testing for COVID-19 becomes more readily available to the public, local health officials said Wednesday it could result in an increase of positive tests in the area and throughout the state. more »»

 
 
 

 

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