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Input to be limited at UEP meeting to allow more people to speak

August 13, 2013 If you plan on speaking at the special meeting to be held Wednesday, Aug. 21, on the Southwest 6 & 7 utilities expansion project, you should be prepared to be brief and to the point. more »»

Clerks office issues advisory concerning property deeds

August 13, 2013 Linda Doggett, Lee County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller, wishes to bring to your attention that a Delaware company is sending notices to Lee County property owners stating that they... more »»

Trust Fund set up for Wilson Family

August 13, 2013 A trust fund has been established with Sun Trust Bank for donations for the family of the late Chalotte County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Michael Wilson. more »»

St. Andrew Catholic School welcomes back students

August 13, 2013 St. Andrew Catholic School welcomed back students on Monday, kicking off the new year. From kindergarten to eighth grade, approximately 300 children total are enrolled for the 2013-14 school year. more »»

Mayor, Barron, WWII vet earn awards for documentary movie

August 13, 2013 It wasn’t exactly winning the Oscar, but it might as well have been given the story they helped tell. more »»

Shell Factory holds contest to name new lemurs

August 13, 2013 The Shell Factory is counting on the public to name two of the newest residents at its Nature Par. more »»

Company provides early Christmas gifts to families

August 13, 2013 Santa Claus made an early stop at two North Fort Myers homes this past month. Five months early to be exact. more »»

Vendors sought for annual arts and crafts festival

August 13, 2013 One of the biggest events in North Fort Myers is coming the weekend before Thanksgiving. That doesn’t mean it’s too early for vendors to sign up. more »»

Island Decor & More holding name the dolphin contest

August 13, 2013 Just about everyone has noticed the popular landmark outside Island Decor & More in Matlacha. It is a dolphin riding a wave. more »»

LCSO plans sobriety checkpoint this weekend

August 12, 2013 A DUI sobriety checkpoint is scheduled for this weekend, beginning Friday, August 16, 2013. more »»

Sun Splash season shifting to weekends

August 8, 2013 With school back in session, Sun Splash Family Waterpark is shifting to its weekend schedul. more »»

Voter books to ‘close’: Registration deadline is Monday

August 8, 2013 If you plan to vote in the Sept. 10 city primaries and aren’t registered, you have until Monday at 5 p.m. to do s. more »»

School’s back in session for Lee County, Cape public schools

August 8, 2013 Lee County schools in Cape Coral reported a great start to the new school year Thursday. more »»

Plan to fund fire equipment on Monday’s agenda

August 8, 2013 City council will not have much to vote on during Monday’s regular city council meeting at city hall, just a few consent items. more »»

Fund set up for family of fallen deputy

August 7, 2013 A fund has been set up for the family of a Charlotte County deputy who was shot and killed while answering a domestic dispute call Monday night. more »»

Goodwill seeks 18 employees for New Outlet Center

August 6, 2013 Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, In. more »»

Redneck Games, Family Fun Day looking for sponsors

August 6, 2013 This summer’s hottest local event may have a new location, but that same down-home attitude will remain. All they need are a few more sponsors to make it an undisputed success. more »»

Charlotte County deputy responding to a domestic call shot, killed

August 6, 2013 A Charlotte County deputy responding to a domestic call at the Lakes of Tuscana Apartments on Veterans Boulevard in Port Charlotte was shot and killed Monday night. He has been identified as Cpl. more »»

New school year begins Thursday

August 6, 2013 More than 86,000 students in Lee County are expected to go back to school Thursday. Enrollment is anticipated to increase 2 percent over last year for the Lee County School District. more »»

School super stresses parent engagement

August 6, 2013 The more parents are involved in their child’s education, the more successful the child will be. That’s the message Lee County School Superintendent Dr. more »»



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