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Lee County reopens beaches, parks

April 28, 2020 Lee County will open its beaches and other parks on Wednesday. more »»

Florida COVID-19 case load nears 33,000

April 28, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, there are 32,846 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 708 since FDOH’s last update Monday morning. The death toll increased by 83 from 11 a.m. more »»

Watering restrictions in place in city, across the region

April 28, 2020 While residents around South-west Florida battle the coronavirus, water levels in the region have become seriously low due to drought-like conditions created by warm temperatures and a lack of rain. more »»

Cape Coral reopens parks for walkers, bikers

April 28, 2020 The city of Cape Coral has reopened its parks for limited use while keeping most amenities closed. The Cape Coral City Council on Monday voted to open city parks for walking and biking as of 8 a.m. more »»

Growing up fast

April 28, 2020 Harriet and M15, the area’s most famous bald eagle pair, have seen their two offspring develop quite nicely since hatching nearly a month ago. more »»

Lee County Library System to begin contactless curbside pickup

April 28, 2020 Library patrons will be able to pick up materials being held for them as the Lee County Library System starts contactless, curbside pickup at four branch locations. more »»

Szerlag institutes hiring freeze for city

April 28, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has the city of Cape Coral tightening its belt. more »»

County opens up beach parks day after Beach Town Council approves restricted, residents-only access

April 28, 2020 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners, during a swift emergency meeting Tuesday, voted to open up all county beach parks beginning Wednesday at dawn. more »»

Local stable continues to try to bring some joy

April 28, 2020 Whether it’s being the featured act at a child’s birthday party or bringing some joy at a nursing home, Endless Trails strives to make people happier through horses. more »»

County awards contract for new Matlacha Fishing Pier

April 28, 2020 Last Tuesday, the Lee Board of County Commission-ers awarded a contract to replace the Matlacha Fishing Pier to Kelly Brothers Inc. more »»

Town Council of Fort Myers Beach allows commercial lodging to start again May 15

April 28, 2020 The Town Council of Fort Myers Beach voted Monday to allow hotels and vacation rentals to begin taking reservations on May 15, contingent on actions by Gov. more »»

County calls emergency meeting; re-opening of beaches, park to be discussed

April 27, 2020 The Lee Board of County Commissioners will hold an emergency meeting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday to again discuss the county’s COVID-19 response, including parks and beaches. more »»

Lee Health warns against DIY virus remedies

April 27, 2020 While there is no known cure for COVID-19 currently, Lee Health officials relayed to the public they should not be ingesting any household cleaning supplies to combat the virus. more »»

COVID-19 cases in Florida top 30,000

April 24, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Friday, there are 30,174 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 526 since FDOH’s last update Thursday evening. more »»

Mandatory watering restrictions begin Saturday

April 24, 2020 Mandatory watering restrictions will begin Saturday throughout Lee County. more »»

System glitch may show apparent bump in Lee's case numbers

April 24, 2020 A potential rise in Lee County cases of COVID-19 throughout today and Saturday could be a result of a system malfunction. more »»

Three more schools and two bus stops added as Grab & Go distribution sites

April 24, 2020 To meet the continued demand for Grab & Go Meals, the School District of Lee County is again expanding distribution sites. more »»

Reopening not a return to ‘life as we knew it’

April 23, 2020 While talks of “reopening” the state continue to develop, local health officials warn this transition will not be a switch back to life before the pandemic -- at least not immediately. more »»

Virtual and traditional graduations planned

April 23, 2020 The Class of 2020 will have two graduation ceremonies, one virtual in June and a traditional graduation in July, if all goes well. more »»

Cape Council to discuss limited opening of parks as well as farmers market

April 23, 2020 Cape Coral City Council on Monday will discuss ways in which the city can slowly begin to reopen, beginning with limited uses at more city parks. more »»



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