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GOV. DESANTIS ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF FLORIDA HOMETOWN HEROES HOUSING PROGRAM 

At a press conference at the Cape Coral Police Department on Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis announced a June 1 launch of the Florida Hometown Heroes Housing Program. The program was created to help Floridians in more than 50 professions purchase their first home. Funding will...

Two golfers, two once-in-a-lifetime shots

Two golfers, two once-in-a-lifetime shots, resulting in back-to-back holes-in-one on a recent remarkable day at Palmetto-Pine Country Club in Cape Coral.  For Keith Polsinelli and Dave Breitner – both of Cape Coral – their shots on the par-3, 154-yard sixth hole at Palmetto-Pine were their...

“One Pill Can Kill”: Raising Awareness of the Dangers of Fake Prescription Pills

The Cape Coral Police Department is committed to doing everything possible to keep our community safe from various threats, including those posed by dangerous drugs that take lives every day. As U.S. overdose deaths have reached devastating new heights - claiming a new victim every...

LEE HEALTH BEGINS MAKING HOUSE CALLS

As hospitals continue to fill up and walk-in clinics experience long wait times, some wonder what to do if they need care. Lee Health is providing another option to get what you need.  Lee Health sent a passionate plea urging people to think before coming...

Lee County to expand community outreach efforts to veterans at Cape Coral location

A representative of Lee County Human & Veteran Services will offer monthly outreach services to veterans and their families at the Brotherhood of Heroes Resource Center & Museum, 4522 Del Prado Boulevard South, Cape Coral. The outreach services will be available to veterans by appointment only from 10 a.m. to...

Community can help individuals experiencing homelessness by donating cold-weather supplies

Lee County Government and its partners are asking the community to donate cold-weather supplies for Severe Weather Outreach Teams to assist individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Blankets, gloves, socks, hand-warmers, and hats can be dropped off at the following locations between Jan. 24 and Jan....

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