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Florida’s weekly unemployment claims dip Despite concerns about a possible recession, the number of first-time unemployment claims filed last week in Florida decreased. The U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday estimated 6,511 claims were filed in Florida during the week that ended July 23, down from a revised count of 7,858 during the week that ended July 16. The state […]

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Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium welcomes David Hayes as general manager Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium Inc. has announced that David Hayes has joined the team as general manager. Hayes will take on day-to-day operations, overseeing the environmental education team and responsibility for the CNCP campus. Mr. Hayes, originally from Elon N.C., graduated from Appalachian State University. Previously with Peace […]

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Sanibel Captiva Community Bank provides cost of living adjustments to employees In recognition of the hard work and dedication of team members, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank announced a company wide cost of living adjustment to benefit employees. Due to the rise in the cost of living, expenses and a desire to retain, as well as attract, employees, the board of […]

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Gov. Ron DeSantis announces record surplus for 2021-22 Last week Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the surplus for the fiscal year 2021-22 is $21.8 billion – the highest in state history and more than 21% above the state budget for the fiscal year. Collections in May were $742 million above estimates, and preliminary data for June collections are approximately $950 million […]

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Mercola Market to host 2nd annual summer fest with 5K run on July 23 Natural health company Mercola will celebrate its 25th anniversary with the 2nd annual Mid-Cape Summer Fest from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 23, at Mercola Market & Café, located at 125 SW 3rd Place in Cape Coral. The event will start with the annual […]

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Fort Myers City Council approves expansion for new downtown rental community After receiving rezoning approval on June 21 from Fort Myers City Council, The Irving Downtown has released a new rendering for an updated plan increasing the number of stories and units of the upcoming eco-friendly, pet-friendly rental community in downtown Fort Myers’ historic River District. “Rezoning the area from […]

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Bank of America presents $10,000 grant to Hodges University for ESL Hodges University accepted a $10,000 grant from Bank of America that will benefit Hodges University’s English as a Second Language program. “As the first Hispanic Serving Institution in the region, we have built a successful ESL program that helps our students learn to speak, write and read in English […]

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Storm Smart acquires Steadfast Inc. Storm Smart, the largest storm-protection and lifestyle-enhancement company in Florida, has acquired Steadfast Inc., one of the leading hurricane screen and shutter suppliers in Palm Beach County. The transaction strengthens the combined businesses’ presence across Florida. Based in Fort Myers, Storm Smart provides homeowners and businesses with innovative hurricane protection and lifestyle improvement solutions, professional […]


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