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As coronavirus cases surge, Lee Health responds to tough environment

July 14, 2020 Florida experienced one of its most deadly reporting days for COVID-19 on July 14 when 132 new deaths tied to the coronavirus were reported statewid. more »»

School board again weighs graduation options

July 14, 2020 Seniors and their families are not alone in their disappointment about graduations this year -- the Lee County School Board still isn’t happy with suggested options for the pomp and circumstance... more »»

Margaritaville project faces new lawsuit

July 14, 2020 Within a span of 24 hours, those in favor of the Margaritaville project on Fort Myers Beach went from jubilation to frustration as a July 8 appellate court ruling in favor of the town over... more »»

School board again weighs graduation options

July 14, 2020 Seniors and their families are not alone in their disappointment about graduations this year -- the Lee County School Board still isn’t happy with suggested options for the pomp and circumstance... more »»

Santa Claus makes early appearance at Shell Factory

July 14, 2020 Christmas in July at the Shell Factory & Nature Park has always been a popular promotion. more »»

Meet the candidates for State House District 77

July 13, 2020 The race for State House District 77 appears on both the Aug. 18 Primary and Nov. more »»

Plan to address bed capacity launched

July 9, 2020 Lee Health has a plan to combat crowded hospitals and an increase of COVID-19 positive patients as numbers continue to increase locally and throughout the state, officials said Thursday. more »»

New mask ordinance in the works for Cape Coral

July 9, 2020 A Cape Coral council member plans to propose a new mask ordinance that would provide incentives to business that require face coverings through the pandemic. more »»

Lee County School District preps for a novel academic year

July 9, 2020 With Lee County Schools tentatively set to reopen Aug. more »»

The four reopening strategies for Lee Schools

July 9, 2020 The four reopening models presented during Wednesday’s Lee County School District board meeting are: * Face-to-Face: students return to school for face-to-face instruction five days a week with... more »»

Mangrove restoration to begin

July 9, 2020 Mangroves that were damaged one year ago due to botched maintenance work project by the city of Cape Coral will be replaced next weekend, weather permitting. more »»

LCSO: New initiative will boost response times

July 9, 2020 In the event of a major incident such as a mass shooting, seconds can mean the difference between life and death. more »»

State Rep to defend trio arrested before mask meeting at City Hall

July 9, 2020 Three people who were arrested Monday and accused of causing a disturbance at Monday’s Cape Coral City Council meeting will be represented by a state representative who has taken on cases for others... more »»

Cape veteran’s group receives mask donation from South Korea

July 9, 2020 A show of gratitude an ocean away to the United States to help combat a global pandemic has stretched all the way to Southwest Florida. more »»

District 77 House race kicks off with Republican Primary

July 9, 2020 The District 77 State Representative race appears on both the Aug. 18 Primary and Nov. 3 General Election ballots. more »»

City Council candidate question of the week: Face coverings

July 9, 2020 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Cape teen uses 3-D printer to raise money for Friends of Wildlife

July 9, 2020 An already sharp mind of the next generation found a way to tie his school project into protecting Cape Coral’s official bird via new technology. more »»

Lee Commission chair tests positive for COVID-19; symptoms reported to be minor

July 8, 2020 Lee County Board of County Commissioners Chairman Brian Hamman has announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19. more »»

Lover’s Key State Park now fully reopened

July 8, 2020 After being shut down in March during the COVID-19 pandemic and undergoing a partial reopening in May, all aspects of Lover's Key State Park are now opened and accessible. more »»

Second District Court of Appeal rules for Town of Fort Myers Beach in citizen development challenge

July 8, 2020 The Second District Court of Appeal has ruled in favor of the Town of Fort Myers Beach in an appeal of a circuit court decision filed by Chris Patton and attorney Ralf Brookes over TPI's... more »»

 
 

 

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