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Fort Myers Beach man to build $350k home for Hurricane Ian victims

Can the character of pre-Hurricane Ian Fort Myers Beach be saved? In our special series, “A Man With a Plan,” we’re profiling the rebuild of the barrier island town through the eyes and experiences of a local builder. He says the answer is yes—one family at a time.

Parkland’s legacy: Changes in gun laws, school safety

On February 14, 2018, a gunman shot and killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida. In the aftermath of the tragedy, there was a public outcry to do more to protect our kids.

College Board releases official framework for new AP African American Studies course: Where does the Governor’s administration stand?

If you have high school-aged children, you’ve probably seen the headlines. The college board released the official curriculum for its new Advanced Placement African American studies course on Feb. 1, 2023. The college board offers high school students advanced placement courses in a variety of subjects, including math, science, social studies, and now African American […]

Mold inspection and testing in Southwest Florida, an inside look at the process

Mold became a major concern following Hurricane Ian, and it’s not something to play around with. Whether your home had a small leak or a large flood, experts say you must inspect and test. If you follow those two key steps, you will avoid a lot of problems down the road. “We’ve been working seven […]