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Lee County Elections Affected by Hurricane Irma

Due to the unpredictability and severity of Hurricane Irma, elections that were initially scheduled for September 12, 2017 have been rescheduled.

Hurricane Updates for the Southwest Florida Area

We put together articles from our other sites that contain useful resources regarding Hurricane Irma.

New Downtown Fort Myers Venue a Spot for Happy Hours, Events and More

Downtown Social House opened in June 2017. One of the managing partners took some time to talk about the hot spot's first few months in business.

Kelly's Live and Sarasota Sky Bar & Club Combine Forces

The popular live music spot has resurfaced as an entertainment addition to a Sarasota staple.

10 Events to Look Forward to In & Around Sarasota Through September 2017

We've compiled 10 fun things that are happening through September 2017 to explore.

'Love That Dress!' Annual Shopping Spree Returns to Benefit PACE Center for Girls, Lee County

Approximately 600 women (and guys!) will shop more than 4,000 new and gently loved dresses, shoes, handbags and jewelry on Aug. 23.

Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix's Festival Introduces Inaugural Fan Fest

The Fan Fest was free to the public and featured large, interactive displays from sponsors, a large tent where guests watched the boats launch and watched the races and live music.

5 Summer Reading Recommendations by Sarasota County Libraries

Whether it's for an easy day at the beach, summer learning programs, a long car ride, or a rainy day at home, the Sarasota County libraries have you covered.

Local High School Students Honored for Town Hall Scholarships

More than 140 seniors from public and private schools in Sarasota and Manatee counties attended the lectures and winners received scholarships as a result of an essay contest.

Study Shows Impact of the Arts on Jobs, Government and More in Fort Myers & Surrounding Areas

A nonprofit organization recently released a 542-page report revealing the findings of a study on the national/local impact of the arts. Fort Myers and area counties were included.