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Tech school looks to fill medical void

The COVID-19 pandemic revealed a lot about the shortcomings our medical system has nationally, one of them being there simply are not enough people filling positions or taking on careers that hospitals and medical centers need. One reason for that is because some found they could make more ...

Cape man ‘critical’ after being struck by car

An 80-year-old man out walking his dogs in front of his home was seriously injured Thursday morning after he was struck by a car near the 400 block of Northwest 1st Terrace. The man, whose name has not been released, was trauma alerted via ambulance to a local hospital. His injuries were ...

Rush of fun

Every beach town needs an amusement park. For more than a year, Fort Myers Beach was without one. Zoomers, off island on Summerlin Road near the exit into town from Fort Myers, was long the familiar place where the rides were visible from the road. Pat Ciniello, who bought the property last ...

Shared pain: Local Cuban-Americans speak out

After decades of silence out of fear, Cubans are making their voice heard despite what the consequences may be in a passionate cry for decency. From the island south of the states to Southwest Florida streets, Cubans and Cuban-Americans are pleading for equality and a voice after more than ...

Business Briefs 7-16-21

SRMA to host Manufacturer Mastermind Summit at FGCU in August Manufacturers across the state are facing supply chain delays, workforce shortages, inflation and other challenges as they attempt to return to business as usual after a year of pivoting and pandemic. Southwest Regional ...