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LCEC announces $3.5 million street lighting budget in Lehigh

March 11, 2020 By MELISSA BILL Lehigh Acres will get another $3.5 million in street lights this year. more »»

Lee Health monitoring coronavirus locally

March 11, 2020 The impact of the new coronavirus has hit home with Lee County seeing its first fatality. Lee Health reported last week that a patient in its care, who was 77, died Thursday from the coronaviru. more »»

Tickets on sale for ‘The Addams Family,’ a production of Veterans park Academy for the Arts

March 11, 2020 The community is invited to attend the Veterans Park Academy for the Arts next performance, "The Addams Family" later this month. The performance will take place at 7 p.. more »»

Local grade school presented with needed supplies

March 11, 2020 On Wednesday, March 4, members of the American Business Women’s Association of Lehigh presented Lehigh Elementary with a variety of school supplies and clothing items needed by the school in an... more »»

Kids Tag Art program winners recognized

March 11, 2020 Fifth grade students in the Lee County School District recently were recognized as Award of Distinction winners for their license plate designs. more »»

Conservation 20/20 hits 30,000-acres-acquired mark

March 4, 2020 When the Conservation 20/20 land preservation program was approved by voters in 1996, its purpose was to acquire and protect environmentally sensitive properties in Lee County. more »»

LA-MSID approves land management study

March 4, 2020 Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District has approved the first step in a future project with Lee County called GS-10. The LA-MSID board of commissioners on Feb. 24. more »»

Residents at Lehigh Acres Place take part in chili cook-off

March 4, 2020 Lehigh Acres Place, a local assisted living community, turned up the heat last Thursday with a chili cook-off among its employees. more »»

Fair opens with strong attendance

March 4, 2020 If anyone was worried that cold weather would put a chill on opening weekend attendance, numbers at the 96th Southwest Florida Lee County Fair for the first few nights, showed little impact. more »»

Fire district holds housing ceremony for two new pumpers

February 26, 2020 The Lehigh Acres Fire Control and Rescue District held its housing ceremony last Thursday to celebrate the addition of two new fire engine pumpers to its fleet. more »»

Lehigh ranked high for driver-cyclist relationship

February 26, 2020 Lehigh Acres has one of the best relationships between drivers and cyclists in the state, according to a Delray Beach based Gunther Volvo survey, that questioned 2,800 road users in Florid. more »»

Kiwanis Builders Club debuts at Varsity Lakes Middle School

February 26, 2020 The Kiwanis Club of Lehigh Acres recently announced the start of a new Builders Club at Varsity Lakes Middle School. Darla Whitlow and Miranda Gantwarg will be the facilitators of the group. more »»

County steps in to fill transportation void

February 26, 2020 As of Thursday morning, Lee County began providing transportation services for clients with medical and other special needs after Good Wheels Inc. more »»

Rat poison caused death of SWFL eaglet

February 26, 2020 A Sanibel wildlife clinic has determined that the death of a North Fort Myers eaglet was caused by ingesting rat poison, likely from eating another animal that had been poisone. more »»

Eagles Harriet, M15 produce new egg

February 26, 2020 North Fort Myers most famous eagle pair has a possible second clutch. Harriet laid an egg in the nest off Bayshore Road on Saturday around 2 p.m., with a second egg both expected and hoped for. more »»

Southwest Florida and Lee County Fair opens Thursday

February 26, 2020 Since it opened in 1924, the Southwest Florida and Lee County Fair has brought lasting memories and thrills to hundreds of thousands of people. Starting Thursday, Feb. more »»

Libraries to kick off Southwest Florida Reading Festival

February 19, 2020 A popular festival that attracts upwards of 10,000 people each year will open a new chapter next week with a dozen pre-event activities around Lee County. more »»

Behavioral health unit offers hope

February 19, 2020 Lehigh Regional Medical Center’s Behavioral Health Unit is now offering depression screenings to residents in the Lehigh Acres community. more »»

More than $300,000 waiting to be claimed by residents, businesses

February 19, 2020 Residents and companies, who have done business with the county in recent years, may have money waiting to be claimed. more »»

SWFL Hero Festival wraps-up first official year

February 19, 2020 The Southwest Florida’s Hero Fest, a festival that replaced the long-standing Lehigh Spring Festival wrapped up its four days of events, performances and contests on Sunday, Feb. 9. more »»



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