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Chiquita Boat Lock and Cape Coral Boat Ramps Remain Open

April 2, 2020 The Chiquita Boat Lock remains open for normal operations from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. The Lock provides boaters with Gulf access from the Camelot Canal and Southwest Spreader Waterway. more »»

Thursday morning COVID-19 update

April 2, 2020 As of  11 a.m. more »»

Lee County launches Business Assistance Portal and Hotline in response to COVID-19

April 2, 2020 FORT MYERS – Lee County businesses seeking information about recovery assistance can access a newly launched Business Assistance Portal at www.leegov. more »»

DeSantis tells at-risk residents to stay home, calls on all Floridians to limit movements

April 2, 2020 Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a statewide order on Wednesday saying those 65 and older and those with significant underlying medical conditions should stay home. more »»

Lee Health readies

April 2, 2020 Lee County can expect to see a drastic rise in COVID-19 patients over the next two to three weeks, Lee Heath officials warned Thursday. more »»

Mr. Soccer: Mariner’s Leo Perez picks up huge honor

April 2, 2020 After a season filled with highlight reel goals, breaking records and making history, Mariner High School's Leo Perez was bestowed the title of Mr. Soccer. more »»

Cape EDO: Essential to business

April 2, 2020 Cape Coral’s Economic Development Office is still working to bring developments to one of the fastest growing cities in America -- and safely. more »»

Matching ad grants aim to aid businesses

April 2, 2020 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 »»

South Cape Takeout Weekend offers options

April 2, 2020 Craving your favorite food or beverage but don’t want to make a grocery store run and then have to hit the kitchen? This weekend, establishments in Cape Coral’s “downtown” are joining forces to... more »»

Grades count, remains message for seniors

April 2, 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 »»

Relief fund set up to help with distance learning

April 2, 2020 A COVID-19 relief fund has been set up through a partnership with the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools and the School District of Lee County to provide resources to educators, students and... more »»

Cape Coral City Council back in session Monday

April 2, 2020 For the first time in a month, the Cape Coral City Council is expected to hold its regular meeting Monday. Assuming there’s a quorum, the elected board has a lot of backlogged items to consider. more »»

Updated: DeSantis issues 'limited movement' order

April 1, 2020 Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a statewide 30-day order on Wednesday calling on all seniors and those with “significant underlying medical conditions to stay home. more »»

Deadline extended to participate in Census

April 1, 2020 While the country is in the midst of a global pandemic, county officials remind residents to participate in the 2020 Census that determines funding for many crucial state and county programs over th... more »»

VA directors issue open letter

April 1, 2020 The directors of the two largest Veterans Administration facilities serving Southwest Florida issued a joint open letter on Tuesday: An Open Letter from the Directors of the Bay Pines VA Healthcare... more »»

DeSantis issues statewide stay-at-home order

April 1, 2020 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Gov. more »»

Lee County reports 8th COVOD-19 death

April 1, 2020 A seventh patient has died in a Lee Health facility due to the COVID-19 virus, officials reported Wednesday. The patient succumbed to the novel virus Tuesday. President and CEO of Lee Health, Dr. more »»

County commissioners meet to clarify DeSantis order

April 1, 2020 Amid confusion concerning an order issued by Gov. more »»

Wake Up America: Local 501c3 organization continues to collect food across the county for the disadvantaged

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 »»

Pine Island Playhouse preparing to perform radio play

April 1, 2020 The Pine Island Playhouse is taking the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of potentially harmful germs by creating a new setting in which to share the local talent. more »»


Moose Lodge 2266 April 8, 2020

Moose Lodge 2266, 210 Homestead Rd., 368-2266, dart league at 7 p.m. Alcoholic beverages for members and qualified guests only. Lunch available from 11:30, 2 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m. - See more at: more »

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