Lee Clerk of Court opens new location in Tax Collector’s Bonita Springs office

Bonita Springs residents can now apply for passports, marriage licenses and obtain certified copies of documents without having to drive to Fort Myers or Cape Coral. Lee County Clerk of Court Linda Doggett has partnered with Tax Collector Larry Hart to begin providing the Clerk’s recording services from 8:30am to 5:00pm at the Bonita Springs […]

Monday morning Yoga on the Beach FOLKS

SAVE THE DATE: Yoga on the Gazebo at Lovers Key State Park FORT MYERS BEACH– Join us on Monday mornings for Yoga on the Gazebo at Lovers Key State Park. The Friends of Lovers Key (FOLKS)  offers Monday morning yoga on the gazebo at Lovers Key State Park every Monday at 9:30am  this season through […]

New Non-Surgical Treatment to Correct Facial Wrinkles Introduced in Florida by Dr. Stephen Prendiville

“Genius” to Be Explained at Free Seminar A new non-surgical option to correct facial wrinkles has been introduced in Florida by Fort Myers Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. Stephen Prendiville. “Genius,” a radio frequency micro-needling device that was recently approved by  the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), will be explained at a free seminar conducted […]

Waldrop Engineering hires James Ink to lead new Fort Myers office

Waldrop Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of James Ink, P.E. as Director of Operations for their Downtown Fort Myers office. Jim has more than 35 years of development consulting experience throughout Florida. He has directed numerous complex entitlement efforts and high-profile projects. Jim has extensive expertise in waterfront-related development, including marinas, resort-hospitality, residential […]

United Way 2nd Annual “Taxathon,” Kicks off start of Tax Season

United Way Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee launches tax season with 12-hour free tax prep and filing to result in taxpayers claiming Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Care Credits. WHAT: United Way holds tax preparation “Taxathon” at peak of tax season for low-income individuals and families with household incomes of $66,000 or less as […]

Hodges University’s Dr. Timur and Community Foundation’s Lesage to Present at Florida College Access Summit

Hodges University’s Dr. Aysegul Timur, Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Dean, Johnson School of Business, and Tessa Lesage, Director of Social Innovation and Sustainability, Southwest Florida Community Foundation, will be will be presenting during the 2019 Florida College Access Network Summit. The presentation, entitled “Growing and Credentialing Employability Skills in SWFL – Professional […]

Lake Michigan Credit Union offering federal employee consumer loan relief during government shutdown

Lake Michigan Credit Union is offering LMCU members who are qualified Federal Employees affected by the government shutdown a no fee payment deferral available on LMCU consumer loans. The offer excludes mortgages and home equity loans and lines of credit. LMCU also has options available for low rate unsecured relief loans to those who qualify. […]

Vi at Bentley Village Acknowledges Employees for Years of Service

Vi at Bentley Village recently honored a total of 116 employees for their years of dedicated service to the local Life Plan Community. Lauri Sherrill who works in dining services was honored for 30 years of employment. Four people were recognized for 25 years of service. They included: Harry Oldham of the Lifestyle Department; Dominga […]

WINK Feeds Families Hunger Walk preliminary total is an estimated $212,000

The 11th annual WINK Feeds Families Hunger Walk Saturday featured hundreds of walkers who strolled under sunny skies on a perfect Southwest Florida day, for a common goal: to help the Harry Chapin Food Bank feed the hungry. At the end of their two-mile route, they had raised a preliminary $212,000. The Hunger Walk, held […]