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Teen faces new charges in shooting death of Cape 15-year-old

A North Fort Myers teen arrested in connection with the shooting death of Kayla Rincon-Miller is now facing additional charges and has been charged as an adult. The State Attorney’s Office on Monday “direct filed” its case against Thomas Roy Stein, 16, placing him the adult criminal ...

Lee Clerk’s Operation Green Light is on

Anyone with a suspended license or overdue traffic tickets may be eligible to get back on the road through the Lee County Clerk’s annual Operation Green Light. During the event, those with cases in collections will be allowed to pay their court fees and fines without getting charged the 25% ...

Horizon Foundation announces new investors

Lee County’s leading nonprofit business organization, the Horizon Foundation, continues to be at the forefront of the growing Southwest Florida economy with the addition of seven new investors thus far in 2024. These companies join more than 150 additional businesses that have invested ...

Business Briefs | April 5

R.S. Walsh Landscaping hosts open house at McGregor Boulevard location R. S. Walsh Landscaping, a family-owned and operated, full-service landscape design-build company specializing in landscape design, installation and maintenance, recently hosted an open house at its new design and ...

American Legion Riders helping veterans in need

Cape Coral American Legion Post 90 has an active Riders group. Chapter 90 Riders is a motorcycle club that does a lot of good. During the holidays it organized a “teddy bear run” for Golisano Childrens Hospital to deliver a teddy bear to every child in care. The Chapter 90 Riders also ...