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Military Museum reaches out: Major donation needed to keep doors open

April 16, 2020 While many local businesses may be in danger of never reopening their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a location in Cape Coral full of American history, relics of the past and a gathering spot... more »»

Blood donations from recovered coronavirus patients sought

April 16, 2020 By CJ HADDAD Beginning Monday, Lee Health will be an official site participating in the Mayo Clinic’s COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Study. more »»

Birthday brigade marks Cape man’s 103rd

April 16, 2020 Cape Coral first responders stepped up in a big way on Thursday, ensuring a World War II veteran and Cape Coral resident had the birthday celebration he deserve. more »»

Burn ban: As spring heats up, so does fire risk

April 16, 2020 The days are getting longer and hotter, and with that comes the increased risk of a forest or brush fire. more »»

‘Safer Way Virtual 5K’ to benefit Lee Health Foundation

April 16, 2020 Cooped up in the house? Need a way to stretch those legs for a good cause? Cape Coral residents and beyond can tie up those shoe laces, get some fresh air (on their own) and benefit local medical... more »»

T-shirt sale proceeds to aid local food bank

April 16, 2020 One Cape Coral small business is reminding residents to stay strong while raising money to help feed hungry mouths in the community. more »»

COVID-19 cautious? Don’t leave your litter for others

April 16, 2020 While going out for essential items during the COVID-19 outbreak, the public can be anxious about trips to the grocery store or to go pick up their prescription. more »»

Cape City Council facing a busy agenda Monday

April 16, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council will hold its regular meeting Monday at 4:30 p.m. more »»

Guest column: Getting economic impact payments to those who need them

April 16, 2020 President Trump has signed into law several pieces of legislation intended to ease the financial impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic. more »»

Cape Coral Caring Center receives $25,000 donation

April 16, 2020 The Cape Coral Caring Center has received one of the largest single donations in the emergency food pantry’s history. more »»

Sibling rivalry -- E15 establishes dominance over younger E16

April 15, 2020 The first full week of the lives of the two eaglets being raised by North Fort Myers’ most famous eagle pair, Harriet and M15, saw what can be expected of eaglet siblings: The first-hatched eaglet... more »»

COVID-19 cases pass 22,000

April 15, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, there are 22,081 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 453 since FDOH's last update Tuesday evening. more »»

Cape resident injured in crash in Charlotte County

April 15, 2020 A single-car crash on U.S. 41 in Charlotte County early this morning sent a Cape Coral woman to Lee Memorial Hospital with serious injuries. more »»

Lee Health: Prepared for the peak

April 15, 2020 Lee Health officials say they are ready to treat patients if there is a surge in COVID-19 cases in Southwest Florida. more »»

County approves NFM water quality project

April 15, 2020 The Lee Board of County Commis-sioners last week voted to move forward with several projects to improve water quality and lessen the chance of stormwater flooding in Lee Count. more »»

Shorebirds set for nesting season on the islands

April 15, 2020 In recent weeks, the three species of shorebirds that nest on Sanibel and Capitva — snowy plovers, Wilson’s plovers and least terns — have been pairing off with mates, digging their nests and... more »»

Pine Island Elementary’s Miller named state Senior Volunteer of the Year for Region IV

April 15, 2020 Pine Island Elementary School recently announced the recognition of George H. Miller Jr. as the Senior Volunteer of the Year for the State of Florida Region IV. more »»

Lee County Tax Collector offices open by appointment

April 15, 2020 The Lee County Tax Collector is reopening select service centers for driver license, vehicle title and registration renewals, but customers will need to make an appointmen. more »»

Florida National Guard reports 2,277 guardsmen now on duty

April 15, 2020 As of Wednesday afternoon, the Florida National Guard has 2,277 Guardsmen on duty in support of Florida's COVID-19 response, and is operating eight Community Based Testing Sites. more »»

COVID-19 cases top 21,000

April 14, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, there are 21,367 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 348 since FDOH's last update Monday evening. more »»



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