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OOA celebrates 15 years of assisting military personnel

May 13, 2020 Operation Open Arms, the widely popular network of volunteers assisting military personnel, is celebrating 15 years of devotion to U.S. military personnel. It all began in 2005 in a local St. more »»

Holloway Foundation donates funds to Beacon of Hope

May 13, 2020 For years the Bobby Holloway Foundation has made contributions to the Beacon of Hope to assist in the needs of families with childre. more »»

Island task force discusses testing, death toll

May 13, 2020 The Pine Island Covid-19 Task Force discussed the state of Florida’s testing as well as the new death toll from the coronavirus at its weekly meeting Monday, May 4. more »»

Days, venues set for high school graduations

May 13, 2020 Lee County seniors got some news they have been waiting for -- a timeline for a virtual graduation ceremony to be aired on YouTube in June with traditional graduations to follow in July at either... more »»

Lee County School District reaching out to distance learning MIAs

May 13, 2020 The School District of Lee County says nearly all of its students continue to engaged with distance learning. But they are concerned about the 1. more »»

Corps announces dry-season releases from Lake O

May 13, 2020 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, on Friday made two advances officials say will lead to improved water quality in Florida now, and in the future. more »»

Southwest Florida Eagle Cam viewers see some action

May 13, 2020 Bullying owls and bones a bit too big to swallow -- it’s been a challenging week for North Fort Myers most popular eagle family. more »»

Lee County Library System expands contactless curbside pickup to all locations

May 8, 2020 Library patrons will be able to pick up on-hold materials at all Lee County Library System branch locations starting Saturday, May . more »»

Residents across the region limited to one day of irrigation

May 6, 2020 While residents around Southwest Florida battle the coronavirus, water levels across the region have become seriously low due to drought-like conditions created by warm temperatures and a lack of... more »»

GPICA on hold until further notice

May 6, 2020 Greater Pine Island Civic Association President Scott Wilkinson said last week that the group is still gathering data on the feasibility of incorporating Greater Pine Island. more »»

Task Force discusses herd immunity

May 6, 2020 The weekly meeting of the Pine Island Covid-19 Task Force on Monday, April 27, opened with Dr. Jim Koopman talking about the risks of COVID-19 and the potential for rebound. more »»

Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step.: State ‘reopening’ under way

May 6, 2020 After more than a month of Executive Orders to restrict public and business interactions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. more »»

ECHO plants ‘Seeds of Hope’ in pandemic world

May 6, 2020 ECHO may be located in North Fort Myers, but considering its mission is to combat hunger worldwide, it has a huge footprint in trying to help those in nee. more »»

Distance learning surveys sent out by district, state

May 6, 2020 Surveys are beginning to circulate from the Lee County School District, as well as the Florida Department of Education, to ask students, parents and educators about their distance learning experienc... more »»

North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts’ ‘Frozen Jr.’ takes to YouTube

May 6, 2020 It may not be a stage performance but North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts’ “Frozen Jr.” performance is sure to bring a smile. more »»

Keeping island restaurants afloat through the pandemic

April 29, 2020 A lot of us are looking forward with anticipation to a time we can eat, drink and be merry out in public agai. more »»

Lee awards contract for new Matlacha Fishing Pier

April 29, 2020 Last Tuesday, the Lee Board of County Commissioners awarded a contract to replace the Matlacha Fishing Pier to Kelly Brothers Inc. more »»

Pine Island COVID-19 Task Force continues the effort to keep islanders informed

April 29, 2020 As the weekly Pine Island Covid-19 Task Force meeting opened on April 20, Dr. more »»

Reopening not a return to ‘life as we knew it’

April 29, 2020 While talks of “reopening” the state continue to develop, local health officials warn the transition will not be a switch back to life before the pandemic — at least not immediatel. more »»

Virtual and traditional graduations planned

April 29, 2020 The Class of 2020 will have two graduation ceremonies, one virtual in June and a traditional graduation in July, if all goes well. more »»



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