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Candidate's death causes some ballot confusion

October 31, 2018 Democratic primary victor April Freeman was poised and ready to take on Republican Greg Steube in the District 17 U.S. House race on Nov. . more »»

MW Horticulture ordered to do clean up

October 31, 2018 A North Fort Myers Horticulture company has been ordered to start moving   mulch debris by Nov. 7 and be finished by Dec. 17, or face fines of $200 per day. more »»

Tropic Isles fifth-graders grow through dance

October 31, 2018 The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools’ Dancing Classrooms program stepped off Saturday. more »»

BIA looks to help build future for students

October 31, 2018 Construction of homes and office buildings in Lee County has been soaring in recent years. more »»

Marceno credits team with smooth transition to the helm

October 31, 2018 Newly appointed Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno has only been in his new role a short while but, thanks to his mentor, staff and extensive law enforcement experience, his transition has been a... more »»

AMVETS collecting hurricane relief supplies

October 31, 2018 Hurricane Michael ripped through the Florida Panhandle, unleashing devastation to the area and leaving countless people without a home, power or much in the way of emergency supplies, which have... more »»

Homeschoolers STEAM ahead at rec center

October 31, 2018 Home-schooled students will have the opportunity enhance their learning throughout the school year at the North Fort Myers Recreation Center at 2000 N. Recreation Park Way. more »»

New pastor at Messiah Lutheran Church

October 31, 2018 Richard Leseganich got a calling from God to come to Southwest Florida. So, he left all the snow of the northeastern part of the country for the sunshine to serve Him. more »»

'Legends of Oblivion' a hauntingly good time

October 29, 2018 By Chuck Ballaro The Lee Civic Center is offering creepy thrills this Halloween. more »»

Elks Lodge No. 2742 to celebrate 30 years

October 24, 2018 Elks Lodge No. 2742 had reached a tremendous milestone, one they will celebrate in hope of fixing damage done by Hurricane Irma last year. The Elks Lodge will hold an open house on Saturday from 11 a. more »»

BOCC Okays grant for Nalle Grade

October 24, 2018 The Lee Board of County Commissioners has approved a grant amendment agreement with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to increase total grant funding to $2 million for the Nalle... more »»

Early voting under way

October 24, 2018 The Supervisor of Elections encourages those voters who have not yet cast their mail-in ballots take advantage of Early Voting, which began Monday morning. more »»

Lighthouse of SWFL hosts ‘White Cane Walk 2018’

October 24, 2018 Lighthouse of SWFL hosted its “White Cane Walk” from 11 a.m. to noon at the busy corner of Pine Island Road and Old 41/North Tamiami Trail last Monday. more »»

Fall Fest celebrates Halloween & the community

October 24, 2018 The Lee County Parks & Recreation’s annual Fall Festival may not have had typical autumn weather. more »»

NFM group partners with seniors to help orphans

October 24, 2018 When Lori Adams saw the opportunity for her older clients to make contact with children thousands of miles away, she jumped on it. more »»

Peete Classic raises money for scholarships

October 24, 2018 Calvin Peete was always an advocate for education. So, it’s fitting that proceeds from the 2018 Calvin Peete Classic Golf Tournament will help high school students receive a scholarship to college. more »»

On the ballot: County School Board Referendum; Q&A with the District regarding the 1/2 sales tax

October 24, 2018 The Breeze submitted a list of questions to the city of Cape Coral and the School District of Lee County, asking for information on their respective ballot referendum. more »»

Hurricane Michael Supply Drive under way

October 23, 2018 Auxiliary at post 81 and the Ladies 562 Moose 1297 Tice Shore club are collecting hurricane relief donations for the families in Panama City. more »»

Candidate's death causes some ballot confusion in District 17

October 23, 2018 Democratic primary victor April Freeman was poised and ready to take on Republican Greg Steube in the District 17 U.S. House race on Nov. . more »»

Fall Festival at Community Park set for Friday evening

October 17, 2018 Lee County Parks & Recreation will host its annual Fall Festival from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at North Fort Myers Community Park, 2000 North Recreation Park Way, on the main football field. more »»



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