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Those ineligible for FEMA assistance can appeal

September 22, 2017 FEMA applicants who have been notified via their Determination Letter that they were ineligible for assistance can have FEMA revisit their cases, according to officials. more »»

USDA approves D-SNAP for Florida disaster counties

September 22, 2017 Floridians struggling with the after effects of Hurricane Irma could be eligible for help buying food through USDA’s Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the U.S. more »»

LCEC, FPL reports on power outages

September 22, 2017 Lee County Electric Cooperative and Florida Power & Light Company have released the following updates regarding power outages following Hurricane Irma. more »»

Lee County: Debris removal being addressed

September 22, 2017 Lee County Solid Waste will begin regular curbside collection of yard waste Monday. more »»

LA-MSID helps Lehigh recover post-Irma

September 22, 2017 Hurricane Irma has left its mark on Lehigh Acres, and the Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District has been working to lessen the storm's impact and shorten recovery periods, according t... more »»

Alleged drug bust leads to arrest of Lehigh man, another

September 22, 2017 A Lehigh Acres resident and another man are facing charges following a reported drug bust. At about noon Sept. 14, the Fort Myers Police Department responded to 2215 Winkler Ave. more »»

Lehigh author to host book signing

September 22, 2017 Lehigh Acres resident Lureen Slater, who is a metaphysical pastor and a high school algebra teacher, recently self-published a book called “Spiritual Beauty: A State of Consciousnes. more »»

UPDATE: LCEC, FPL report on power outages

September 21, 2017 UPDATE: Hundreds of crews continue to work in the hardest hit areas to restore power to most customers by tomorrow night, Sept. 22. more »»

Lehigh fire district, zoning board on upcoming meetings

September 21, 2017 Officials for two Lehigh Acres agencies have reported the following: - The Lehigh Acres Fire Control & Rescue District announced that it will hold its monthly meeting on Sept. 26 at 5 p.m. more »»

Authorities still seeking men in Family Dollar store robbery

September 21, 2017 Nearly a month after a Family Dollar store in Lehigh Acres was robbed at gunpoint, detectives are still searching for the suspects responsible for the violent crime. more »»

LCSO releases sketch in hopes of finding witnesses to homicide

September 21, 2017 In hopes of reaching more individuals who may have unknowingly witnessed events leading up to a fatal shooting Sept. 14 in Lehigh Acres, authorities have released a composite sketch. more »»

District proposes calendar changes due to weather events

September 21, 2017 Due to recent school closures as a result of local flooding in August, and Hurricane Irma, it has become necessary to make adjustments to the instructional calendar. more »»

Waiting game: Locals still dealing following hurricane

September 20, 2017 It has been over a week since Hurricane Irma’s wind and rain tore through Lehigh Acres, causing flooding and damage to houses, and many residents are still dealing with the effects and chao. more »»

Post-Irma insurance village, disaster recovery center set

September 20, 2017 The Department of Financial Services will hold an on-site insurance village and comprehensive disaster recovery center on Sept. 21 in Lehigh Acres. Co-hosted by CFO Jimmy Patronis and Sen. more »»

Agencies focus on recovery efforts after Irma

September 20, 2017 Local agencies have been reaching out to the Lehigh Acres community following a devastating blow from Hurricane Irma. more »»

UPDATE: LCEC, FPL report on power outages

September 20, 2017 UPDATE: Less than 10,000 of the remaining customers without power are located in Immokalee, Lehigh Acres and surrounding areas. more »»

Storm damage varies by biz

September 20, 2017 A wonderful thing happened Sept. 15 — power came back to many Lehigh Acres businesses located along the corridors of Homestead Road and Lee Boulevard. more »»

Officials: Lee County beaches test normal

September 20, 2017 Bacterial testing of Lee County beaches has determined that all are within normal levels, according to the Department of Health in Lee County. more »»

LCSO seeking witnesses in homicide

September 20, 2017 The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the assistance of the public regarding an active homicide investigation. At approximately 6 p.m. Sept. more »»


September 20, 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams, of Springfield, Missouri, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Marie Williams, to Chad Andrew Maik, son of John and Terry Maik of Cape Coral. more »»



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