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Clerk’s Cape Coral office now open 5 days a week

July 10, 2019 The Lee County Clerk of the Court’s Cape Coral office began opening its doors five days a week again this week, providing convenience to residents. more »»

School District touts test score increases

July 10, 2019 The School District of Lee County again saw gains in overall scores on the 2019 Spring Florida Standards Assessment and End of Course Exams. more »»

Blessings in a Backpack meal program seeks sponsors

July 10, 2019 With Blessings in a Backpack planning to increase the number of children it helps in Southwest Florida, the meal program is reaching out to the community for support. more »»

Plenty to do around Southwest Florida on July 4th

July 3, 2019 North Fort Myers residents looking to celebrate Independence Day have lots of choices, ranging from hometown celebrations to baseball, with most capped with, what else — fireworks. more »»

Habitat holds hurricane seminar

July 3, 2019 The 2019 hurricane season is already a month along and the rainy season is here in full force. Officials again urge preparedness in the event a major storm comes our way. more »»

Ellsworth to again give away AC units

July 3, 2019 Ellsworth Heating & Cooling has been around more than 50 years and one of the secrets to its longevity is that it has always given back to the community. more »»

Hancock rallies late to stun Cape American

July 3, 2019 Midway through Thursday’s 12-year-old Little League All-Star game between Hancock and Cape Coral American, a Hancock fan looked at the scoreboard to see Cape American holding an 8-1 lead. more »»

Tre Boston holds football clinic for 380

July 3, 2019 NFL football player and North Fort Myers High School alum Tre Boston didn’t have all the advantages many families have when he was a child. more »»

Cardboard boat regatta makes a big splash

July 3, 2019 The Dream Boat, Pickleball, the S.S. Sinkable and Victory. These were not the name of ships in the America’s Cup, a boat race that happens every so often, like, wherever. more »»

July a huge month at the Shell Factory

July 3, 2019 Santa’s work is never done. The Jolly old man in the red suit will be making his return to the Shell Factory & Nature Park as the highlight to its annual Christmas in July event. more »»

NFMAA ends arts camp with ‘The Addams Family’

June 26, 2019 The North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts put an exclamation point on its annual Arts Camp Friday with its annual musical, produced 17 days from start to finish. more »»

New North Fort Myers Library to open Aug. 5

June 26, 2019 After nearly five years of planning and dreaming, the day of the grand opening of the new North Fort Myers Public Library is near. The Lee County North Fort Myers Public Library, at 2001 N. more »»

Tre Boston clinic next in line at North

June 26, 2019 Tre Boston and his Beyond Belief Foundation will hold its second annual football camp Saturday at Moody Field on the campus of North Fort Myers High School from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

State Rep. Roach provides legislative update

June 26, 2019 State Rep. Spencer Roach got a hands-on lesson about how state government works during his first year in office. He says he also got a lot done for the people in Lee County and North Fort Myers. more »»

NFM alum, NFL player holds clinic

June 26, 2019 How do you become an NFL player? Work hard, have the ability to be coached, and get good grades. more »»

Future lifeguards go to camp at community pool

June 26, 2019 Junior lifeguard camp is currently happening at the North Fort Myers Community Pool. For two weeks, children 10 to 14 explore what it takes to be a lifeguard. more »»

Chamber names scholarship recipient

June 26, 2019 Michael Johnson had a tremendous high school career on multiple fronts, whether was on the track or on the stage. more »»

Ham radio club holds annual field day

June 26, 2019 Underneath the concession area at the North Fort Myers Community Park, some of Lee County’s amateur radio enthusiasts spent the day and night making contact with other radio operators throughout the... more »»

Funding for regional hurricane shelter approved

June 24, 2019 Funding for a $15.7 million regional hurricane shelter off State Road 31 near the Lee County/Charlotte line has been approved. The state appropriations bill signed by Florida Gov. more »»

Amateur radio ops to hold field day

June 19, 2019 The area’s amateur radio operators will again demonstrate their “Skill, Service, and Discovery in Radio Communications” in a field day event set for this weekend. more »»

 
 

 

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