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Gun shops across Florida have seen a surge in sales as a result of the Corona virus, particularly among first time gun owners. One Miami store owner has seen sales almost double: “Our sales are up 80 percent, with a huge increase in first-time buyers who are worried about martial law, economic collapse, unemployment, shortages, delinquents roaming the streets,” said...
The 2020 Census is moving forward during COVID-19 and Lee County residents encouraged to use online Census form to avoid risk. Lee County residents are being encouraged to go online to complete the 2020 Census. For the first time ever, the Census is available to complete online, over the phone and by mail. With three options available, it is hoped...
The Southwest Florida Reading Festival kicked off today at 10am at the Fort Myers Regional Library Campus at 2450 First Street. The Festival is a fun, informative and entertaining one-day event that celebrates books and the written word. The initiative began in 1999 with the aim of celebrating the importance of reading as well as bringing the finest literary talent...
Sanibel Fire Department has teamed up with First Due to launch a program so that firefighters have more information to help local residents in an emergency. The Community Connect website and app will allow you to add personal information about your home and household functional needs. For your property, it will help firefighters to quickly understand critical information such your...
Two people are being sought by SWFL Crime Stoppers following an armed robbery at the Promenade in Bonita Springs on 28th February. After the armed robbery at the S. Bay Dr. Bonita Springs Promenade on Friday, the suspects used the victims’ credit cards at a Walmart on Tamiami Trail N. in Naples, according to the SWFL Crime Stoppers press release. If...