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Eagles, eaglets enter uncharted territory

April 8, 2020 Harriet and M15 welcomed two new eaglets into the world last week, with E15 hatching Tuesday morning at 5:30 and E16 coming out of its shell at 6:48 p.m. on Thursday. more »»

School District’s distance learning going well

April 8, 2020 The School District of Lee County reports that teachers were able to reach nearly 90 percent of their students overall during the first week of distance learning, a number officials say is a big... more »»

North Fort Myers communities taking virus seriously

April 8, 2020 If you had asked Catarina Dancer, HOA president at Buccaneer Estates, two weeks ago about the coronavirus, she would have said most of the residents there thought the threat was overblown. more »»

Prom and Grad Bash events cancelled

April 8, 2020 Senior Prom and Grad Bash have been cancelled this year due to COVID-19, decisions that school officials say they made with a heavy hear. more »»

Self-distancing? Online option can get you get ‘movin’ and groovin’

April 8, 2020 Area residents, including those in bed, using a wheelchair or living in assisted living or in nursing homes, can take part in get-you-moving activities remotely. more »»

Message for students: Grades still do count

April 8, 2020 With distance learning under way, and the end of the school year in sight, seniors are asked to continue turning in their assignments, making the grade and staying in touch with their teachers to... more »»

Schools, teachers get used to remote teaching

April 8, 2020 Extreme times call for extreme measures, and the Lee County School District is doing some outside-the-box things to keep students learning during this COVID-19 pandemi. more »»

Mental health important through virus crisis

April 8, 2020 Individuals beginning to stress as new coronavirus cases increase have some at-home options to help cop. more »»

Shell Factory shutters for the duration; restaurant remains open for takeout

April 1, 2020 The Shell Factory & Nature Park has made the tough decision similar businesses across Southwest Florida are bring forced to make: It’s temporarily shutting its doors as part of the effort to... more »»

Southwest Florida Eagle Cam welcomes new eaglet

April 1, 2020 Harriet and M15, Southwest Florida's most famous eagle pair, are parents again, and for the second time this nesting seaso. more »»

Lee Commission strengthens local response

April 1, 2020 Lee County punched up it’s stay-home recommendation Monday but stopped short of a order that would require residents to shelter in place. The resolution, drawn up by County Attorney Richard Wm. more »»

Matching ad grants aim to aid businesses

April 1, 2020 From Breeze staff reports Southwest Florida businesses can now apply for an advertising grant to help them survive the coronavirus pandemic and thrive beyond it. Ogden Newspapers Inc. more »»

Wake up America, people are hungry

April 1, 2020 Early Sunday morning, Kerry Roberts collects food donations from farms, grocery stores and other places to give it to those who need it the most. more »»

Grab & Go meals prove popular with parents

April 1, 2020 Many families rely on the School District of Lee County to provide healthy meals to their children. more »»

SWFL Eagle Cam stars ready for second brood of the season

April 1, 2020 Harriet and M15, Southwest Florida’s most famous eagle pair may be parents again. more »»

North High quartet win technology competition

March 25, 2020 North Fort Myers High School students took an academic first and second at a recent state competition. more »»

County approves grant for Merchants Crossing

March 25, 2020 At any other meeting, County Commissioner Brian Hamman would have been happy after the Lee County Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved a $1. more »»

Free to-go meals for kids operating now

March 25, 2020 By MEGHAN BRADBURY news@breezenewspaper. more »»

Lake Fairways women make mats for those who are homeless

March 25, 2020 Life for those who are homeless can be a challenge, especially for those who lack something of their own to sleep upon. more »»

Chamber ramps up businesses support

March 25, 2020 The North Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce is trying to make things a little easier for the business community to navigate the changing climate caused by the new coroavirus. more »»

Area restaurants offer takeout to stay open

March 25, 2020 With all restaurants in the state of Florida ordered to shut down their dining rooms due to the coronavirus pandemic, many are trying to stay afloat by offering residents who love to eat out, but... more »»


Palm Harbor Apartments Senior Friendship Lunch Program April 10, 2020

Palm Harbor Apartments hosts a Senior Friendship Lunch Program Monday - Friday from 11 a.m. to noon. Free blood pressure checks every Friday also from 11 a.m. to noon. A non profit organization and a HUD subsidy apartment community for resident over 62 years young. more »




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