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Immokalee Road alligator is now free in a Labelle preserve

LABELLE An over 10-foot alligator is free to roam a Labelle alligator preserve, a couple of days after deputies and a trapper caught the giant reptile on a roadway. Ray Simonsen, a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission trapper, released the 10-foot 6-inch alligator to a Labelle preserve in Immokalee this week. It took some bold maneuvering to… Read More »

Bart Starr, 1960s Green Bay quarterback, dies at 85

Bart Starr, the gentlemanly quarterback and catalyst of Vince Lombardi’s powerhouse Green Bay Packers teams of the 1960s whose sneak won the famed “Ice Bowl” in 1967, died Sunday. He was 85. The Packers selected Starr out of the University of Alabama with the 200th pick in the 1956 draft. He led Green Bay to six division titles,… Read More »

Naples man arrested for sexual relationship with 13-year-old girl

NAPLES A Naples man has been arrested on Saturday for having a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old girl. The suspect, Francisco Gutierrezcuellar, 22, faces three counts of Lewd Lascivious Battery Sex Act With Person 12 to 15 Years of Age. The victim’s father told police his daughter did a series of internet searches, including “Romeo & Juliet laws,”… Read More »

El Cuerpo de Ingenieros y la Autoridad de Los Puertos firman un acuerdo de diseño para el proyecto de Mejoras a la Navegación en el Puerto de San Juan

El Comandante del Distrito de Jacksonville del Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejército de los EE. UU. (USACE por sus siglas en ingles), Coronel Andrew Kelly y el Director Ejecutivo de la Autoridad de los Puertos de Puerto Rico, Anthony O. Maceira Zayas firmaron esta semana el acuerdo de asociación para avanzar a la fase de diseño del proyecto… Read More »

US lawmakers demand UN health agency change opioid guidance

Two U.S. lawmakers are calling on the World Health Organization to withdraw pain care guidelines that include what they say are false claims about the safety of prescription opioids. They say the guidelines could lead other countries toward the same kind of addiction and overdose crisis that has plagued the U.S. in recent years. The members of Congress… Read More »

Three African lion cubs born at Naples Zoo

NAPLES Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is celebrating the birth of three African lion cubs. The first cub was born on May 13 and cubs two and three were born the next morning on May 14 to first time mother, 13-year-old Shani. This is the first time lion cubs have been born at Naples Zoo in over 30… Read More »

Indian ruling party heads to victory with wide lead in votes

NEW DELHI (AP) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist party was headed to a landslide election victory in Thursday’s vote count, while the leader of the main opposition party conceded a personal defeat that signaled the end of an era for modern India’s main political dynasty. Election Commission data on Thursday night showed that Modi’s Bharatiya Janata… Read More »

Incoming EM Director Fuller pushes hurricane season preparedness

CHARLOTTE COUNTY Hurricane season is less than two weeks away and responders are not taking any chances. Charlotte County Emergency Management trains year round but is focusing on hurricane preparedness this week as the agency transitions into new leadership. The Charlotte County Emergency Operations Center works non-stop throughout a storm to keep you and your family safe. Charlotte… Read More »

Florida daycare owner arrested after baby dies in hot van

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) A Florida daycare owner has been arrested after a 5-month-old was left in a scorching hot van for nearly five hours and died. Jacksonville Sheriff’s investigators arrested Darryl Allyn Ewing, 56, on child neglect charges Wednesday night, hours after the infant was found inside a van parked outside Ewing’s Love and Hope Daycare Center. The… Read More »

Lee County focuses on reducing flooding for the 2019 hurricane season

SOUTH FORT MYERS Since Hurricane Irma, neighbors have noticed county crews working to reduce flooding in the future. Specifically, cleaning out your swales, which are marshy sunken places, and in some areas digging them deeper. Island Park is where some of the floodings were the worst. Nearly two years ago, some neighbors said they were waist deep in… Read More »

McGregor Isles Front Median and Survey

Dear Homeowners, The beautiful transformation of our front median entrance was possible due to the support and participation of your fellow neighbors. The McGregor Isles Home Improvement Association has posted new signs seeking help with donations to maintain this project now and into the future. Contributing to our voluntary dues will continue to provide the upkeep we need… Read More »

McGregor Isles Homeowners Association Minutes

McGregor Isles Homeowners Association Minutes Annual Homeowners’ Meeting Saturday, January 28, 2017 – McGregor Isles Front Lot President Dan Shannon called the meeting to order at approximately 10:05 am.  In attendance were: Dan Shannon, President (Parkway Ct.) Willie Spalding, V.P. (Snow Dr.) Anne Wright, Secretary (Adele Ct.) Shane Wilson, Sign Chairman (Adele Ct.) Bryan Lich, IT Guy and… Read More »

Annual Dues Notice 2017

The McGregor Isles Homeowner Association is a voluntary non-profit organization supported the by McGregor Isles Community. Homeowners are encouraged to pay dues of $120.00 annually for their membership. The funds are used to support the following expenses and activities which directly benefit the community: Liability insurance. Mowing and maintenance of front lot. Mowing grass area on Prather Drive.… Read More »

Sanibel Mayor Issues Call To Action: Contact Army Corp Of Engineers

The City Of Sanibel issued this news release tonight. “Tonight, Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane issued this call to action: “We call on every person who understands that our water quality is the engine that drives the southwest Florida economy to contact the Army Corp of Engineers with this critical message: ‘Immediately stop the massive releases and immediately stop… Read More »

Annual Dues Notice 2016

The McGregor Isles Homeowner Association is a voluntary non-profit organization supported the by McGregor Isles Community. Homeowners are encouraged to pay dues of $120.00 annually for their membership. The funds are used to support the following expenses and activities which directly benefit the community: Liability insurance. Mowing and maintenance of front lot. Mowing grass area on Prather Drive.… Read More »

Mcgregor Isles Annual Dues Notice

The McGregor Isles Homeowner Association is a voluntary non-profit organization supported the by McGregor Isles Community. Homeowners are encouraged to pay dues of $120.00 annually for their membership. The funds are used to support the following expenses and activities which directly benefit the community: Liability insurance. Mowing and maintenance of front lot. Mowing grass area on Prather Drive.… Read More »