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Residents line up to receive COVID-19 vaccination

Area residents were able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine for the first time on Monday as part of a program rolled out by the Department of Health in Lee County to aid those in the “at-risk” category. On Tuesday, lines of cars waited outside of vaccination locations and all three sites ...

Ringing in 2021

It’s that time once again to ring in the New Year and say goodbye to 2020, a year that most everyone is surely ready to put behind them. Locals can flock to various Cape Coral establishments to celebrate the start of 2021 with live music, drinks, and even fireworks. While things may ...

County OKs rezoning for Sparrow Court

Development at the fourth corner of one of North Fort Myers’ biggest intersections has been approved. The Lee County Board of County Commissioners followed the Hearing Examiner’s recommendation and approved the rezoning for Sparrow Court, to be located on the corner of Business 41 and ...

Residents urged to ‘plog’ with KLCB

Local residents are asked to join Keep Lee County Beautiful Inc. and “plog” across Lee County. The word “plogging” is derived from the Swedish phrase “plocka upp,” which refers to picking up garbage when out walking or jogging.  Starting in the New Year, KLCB will meet to plog ...

Lee County operations adjust schedules for holiday

Most Lee County administrative operations will be closed on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1, for the New Year’s holiday. The holiday schedule adjustments are as follows: Solid Waste Solid Waste offices and the Topaz Court Solid Waste Annex will be closed on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. The ...

A special Christmas gift

With some help from its clients and supporters, Tiki Tails Dog Resort in Cape Coral was able to collect and deliver a truck load of donations to its friends over at the Cape Coral Animal Shelter -- just in time for Christmas!

Over-65 residents begin to receive COVID vaccine

Members of the public were able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine for the first time on Monday as part of a program rolled out by the Department of Health in Lee County to aid those in the “at-risk” category. Limited doses of the Moderna vaccine is to be administered to residents 65 or ...

Cape looks to address homelessness

Homelessness is an issue and concern in any highly populated area. And yes, Cape Coral is no different. Spearheaded by District 4 Councilmember Jennifer Nelson, Cape Coral City Council is working to better address the needs of the local homeless population in one of the fastest-growing cities ...