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Kindness Animal Hospital to distributing free pet food to help pet owners

May 1, 2020 Kindness Animal Hospital will hold a drive-by pet food giveaway from 2-4 p.m. Saturday or until supplies last. more »»

Lee Clerk of Court offers a virtual process for issuing marriage licenses

May 1, 2020 For couples who would like to tie the knot amidst the current coronavirus crisis, the Lee County Clerk of Court is now offering a virtual process to obtain a marriage license. more »»

LeeTran to adjust some fixed-route schedules beginning Monday

May 1, 2020 Lee County Transit, LeeTran, will adjust schedules and restore some previously suspended service starting Monday. more »»

Chiquita Lock to be closed May 13 for maintenance work

May 1, 2020 The Chiquita Lock will be closed Wednesday, May 13, for maintenance work. Signs have been posted near the Lock so boaters can plan their activities accordingly. more »»

Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan to Re-Open Florida at a glance

April 30, 2020 Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday announced Phase I of his "Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan to Re-Open Florida" initiative. more »»

Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step.: State ‘reopening’ to begin

April 30, 2020 After more than a month of Executive Orders to restrict public and business interactions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. more »»

Lee Health: Stay vigilant

April 30, 2020 As Gov. Ron DeSantis’ “Phase One” plan to reopen Florida plays-out across the state, local health officials will continue with their in-place hospital and nursing home visitor restrictions. more »»

City of Sanibel beach parking to remain closed

April 30, 2020 City-owned beach parking lots on Sanibel will remain closed for at least two more weeks. While city beaches have remain open, a residential parking sticker is needed. more »»

Cape Coral to discuss reopening of beach, courts

April 30, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council is set to discuss its next phase of possible park reopenings Monday. more »»

Finding Homes: Just a month since opening, Cape Coral Animal Shelter has already matched more than 80 pets with a forever home

April 30, 2020 At Cape Coral’s new animal shelter, four-legged friends are finding homes as fast as they’ll steal your hear. more »»

Wicked Dolphin to distribute free hand sanitizer

April 30, 2020 While hand sanitizer is disappearing from shelves as fast as it’s being stocked, Southwest Florida residents can pick up some virus-killing solution free of charge thanks to local businesses teaming... more »»

Distance learning surveys sent out by district, state

April 30, 2020 Surveys are beginning to circulate from the Lee County School District, as well as the Florida Department of Education, to ask students, parents and educators about their distance learning experienc... more »»

Paycheck Protection Program back in business

April 30, 2020 Small businesses are the backbone of Cape Coral’s workforce, with more than 9,000 in existence, driving the economy in the area. more »»

Restaurateurs welcome governor’s announcement

April 30, 2020 The order announced by Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday to loosen restrictions at restaurants, will put employees back to work and open back up local establishments, local restaurant owners said. more »»

Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund supports eight seniors

April 30, 2020 Eight scholarships were awarded to Cape Coral high school seniors this year by the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fun. more »»

20 students receive Cape Coral Kiwanis Foundation scholarships

April 30, 2020 The Cape Coral Kiwanis Foundation awarded $252,000 in four-year scholarships to 20 high school graduating seniors during April. more »»

Shuttered beach parking lots on Sanibel effectively close city-beaches to non-residents for at least two more weeks

April 30, 2020 City-owned beach parking lots on Sanibel will remain closed for at least two more weeks. While city beaches have remained open, a residential parking sticker is needed to park in the lots. more »»

Lee County Tax Collector Hart announces retirement

April 29, 2020 Lee County Tax Collector Larry D. Hart has announced he is retiring and will not seek reelection this year. A Lee County native, Hart has served Lee County for his entire professional career. more »»

DeSantis opens restaurants, retail outlets

April 29, 2020 After more than a month of Executive Orders to restrict public and business interactions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. more »»

Lee Health: 'Now is not the time for complacency'

April 29, 2020 With a majority of county beaches and parks reopening throughout Southwest Florida, health officials tell the public this does not mean the threat of the coronavirus is out of sight. more »»

 
 
 

 

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