Naples Daily News
Foreign visitors aren’t exactly flocking to Southwest Florida. The region, however, is seeing more of them, with the easing of COVID-related travel restrictions in the United States late last year.
OCALA, Fla. (WCJB) – Ceremonies will take place on Thursday to award two local nonprofits with funding.
Bonita Springs Florida Weekly
What does $16.2 million mean for our local nonprofits and the residents they serve? It means increased programs and services, sometimes lifesaving, that will improve the quality of life for all Lee County residents.
The application deadline is August 12 for the 2022 Sequestering Carbon and Protecting Florida Land Program, a state-funded grant aimed at establishing and protecting robust forest lands in Florida by providing incentive payments to landowners.
NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. — During the last two years, Lee County entered a research agreement with Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute to find out if the process meant to rid your home of waste is negatively impacting your local waterways.
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The rent stabilization proposal, passed through the Orange County commission Wednesday in a close 4-3 vote, now heads to the Supervisor of Elections to be placed on the ballot in November.
The rent in Miami is, as they say, too damn high. But what should we do about it? One Central Florida community has an idea, one that’s tentatively under consideration here as well.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Community leaders are taking a deeper dive into poverty in the 32304 community.
Pensacola News Journal
Local elected officials moved up the priority of widening Sorrento Road in a meeting of the Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization on Wednesday in Pensacola.
One of the U.S. senators backing the legislation says it would “help local governments invest in drones and skilled workers to ensure America’s existing infrastructure remains safe.”