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Children’s Network of Southwest Florida to open north county office in Cape Coral

August 9, 2017 There are more than 1,345 children in Lee County currently receiving foster care or other services stemming from neglect or abuse. Approximately 350 live in Cape Coral. more »»

North Pop Warner counts down to kickoff

August 9, 2017 For Pop Warner programs all over the country, Aug. 1 is a big day as it’s the first official day of practice, meaning football season is upon us. more »»

Marron Real Estate more than two decades strong

August 9, 2017 In the 23 years it has been in business, Bill Marron Real Estate has been at various locations. But throughout, it’s been there when someone needed to buy or sell a home. more »»

VegHeads 4-H club to provide free vegetable seeds

August 2, 2017 For garden enthusiasts in North Fort Myers, growing vegetables could be as easy as going to the North Fort Myers Recreation Center. Beginning Tuesday, Aug. more »»

North Fort Myers to get EMS substation

August 2, 2017 North Fort Myers Fore District firefighters and Lee County EMS personnel won’t have to share a single crowded building anymor. more »»

Auto shops to give car to veteran

August 2, 2017 It can be very difficult for an armed services veteran to find dependable transportation. more »»

Gold medalist helps train local kayakers

August 2, 2017 Young kayakers at the South Florida Canoe Kayak Club in Cape Coral have been receiving training from a woman who knows what it takes to compete against the best in the world — and win. more »»

Summer camp season draws to a close

August 2, 2017 Friday wasn’t much different from the other days for the children attending summer camp at North Fort Myers Community Center. The kids played indoors and out, they ate, and had a lot of fu. more »»

School District of Lee County to join legislative challenge

August 2, 2017 The Lee County School District will join a lawsuit challenging the state's new education bill. more »»

State Sen. Grimsley to host ‘mobile office’ visit

August 2, 2017 When North Fort Myers residents think of their state senator, they often think of Lizbeth Benacquisto, who represents District 27. more »»

Conch Electric wired into North Fort Myers

August 2, 2017 After spending nearly two decades in Illinois as a union electrician, Court Evans decided to move to Florid. more »»

Gov. Scott declares State of Emergency for Tropical Storm Emily

July 31, 2017 In response to Tropical Storm Emily, Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in multiple counties across the state, including Lee. more »»

North Fort Myers woman crowned Ms. Oktoberfest

July 26, 2017 Christine Fay has dreamed of being a Ms. Oktoberfest since she was 11 and met one performing her duties. This past weekend that dream came true. Fay, of North Fort Myers was crowned M. more »»

Master Gardener Training launches Aug. 4

July 26, 2017 Looking to hone your gardening skills? Beginning Aug. 4 through Nov. more »»

Zoning request sought for Gully Creek project

July 26, 2017 A proposed development between Slater and Williams roads was among the agenda items discussed by the North Fort Myers Design Review Panel at its last meeting. more »»

North musicians go to band camp

July 26, 2017 Even though many of these kids have been through the grind for years, when it comes to July, they start all over again with the basics. more »»

Swim lessons in full swing at North pool

July 26, 2017 With summer in full swing, now is the time to bring your kids to the North Fort Myers Community Pool at 5170 Orange Grove Blvd. to learn to swim. more »»

North cheer starts fall workouts early

July 26, 2017 The North Fort Myers High School cheer squad didn’t have much of a summer break this year, and that might have been a good thing because the squad has a new coach with a new way of doing thing. more »»

Khan named Deputy of the Quarter

July 26, 2017 Deputy First Class John Kahn’s training came in handy when a routine traffic stop turned into something much bigger — and potentially much deadlier. more »»

Waste a big cause of lost biz revenue

July 26, 2017 Wasted time, wasted talent and wasted steps don’t add to the customer service experience and, in a world where businesses don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, efficiency becomes Job... more »»

 
 

 

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