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Collier County has decided to stop selling parking stickers to Lee County residents. [Read More]
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Debris removal costs have driven the city's Hurricane Irma recovery expense far above the originally budgeted $6 million, according to city staff. [Read More]
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The 24th Annual Taste of Bonita returns to Riverside Park for one day only after Hurricane Irma limited the normally three-day event. [Read More]
Nestled between the high-rise condominium towers lining Panama City Beach to the east and Destin to the west is Walton County Road 30 A ?... [Read More]
Southwest Florida Haitians, without protections, might have to choose to move away from their children. [Read More]
Don Manley boated through the streets of flooded Bonita Springs helping residents retrieve what they hold dear. [Read More]
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Experts say building dams along the Imperial River is impractical for mitigating flooding problems in Bonita Springs neighborhoods. [Read More]
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Downtown Bonita Springs businesses were closed for weeks after power outages. [Read More]
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Funding requests for five projects to mitigate flooding will be sent to the Legislature. [Read More]
The cities envision a tree-lined trail that would connect bicyclists and pedestrians to major landmarks in Estero and Bonita Springs. [Read More]
Hundreds of young cheerleaders took to the mats for their largest annual competition Sunday. [Read More]
The state historic site celebrates International Day of the Girl Child by offering presentations to empower children. [Read More]
Debris piles are starting to grow in downtown Bonita Springs as city officials scramble to find dumping sites for Hurricane Irma cleanup crews. [Read More]
Hurricane Irma relief funding of $6 million is included in the fiscal year 2018 budget. [Read More]
Nine vehicles are roaming the streets, some focusing on vegetation, others on "construction and demolition" materials such as drywall and furniture. [Read More]
Residents of the flooded neighborhood off Bonita Beach Road are returning to mold-infested homes, prepared to strip the houses bare. [Read More]
An Imperial Bonita Estates sign meant to deter looters ended up spooking volunteer organizations. [Read More]
Iconic trees and animal pens are left damaged at the Bonita Springs Everglades Wonder Gardens. [Read More]
Live emergency news for Wednesday, Sept. 6. [Read More]
The Gurvers, residents of the park, said they had never seen such flooding there. [Read More]
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