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Bonita Springs is located in western Florida along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The city is mostly known as a retirement and second vacation home community. However, over the years more and more business have found it profitable to open shop in Bonita Springs because of the low business taxes, tons of cheap commercial space, and a growing community of educated professionals. The city considers Gruenstadt, Germany to be its sister city.
Local Newspapers: Fort Myers News-Press Naples Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins Florida Panthers Miami Dolphins Miami Heat
Local Colleges: Florida Gulf Coast University
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Towns/Cities near bonita springs, florida : Naples Park Estero Bay Estero Naples
High school artists invited to submit work to competition
Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Known as The Artistic Discovery Contest, the competition affords 9th through 12th graders the opportunity to share their artistic talent and vision with both their local communities and the nation at large.Car show, auction a hit at Lee Civic Center
For years, promoter Rob Maglothlin, had dreamt of holding his car event at a location such as the Lee Civic Center. When the opportunity presented itself, he jumped at it.Teen creates apps to help people with special needs
Andrew West/The News-Press Johnny Ciocca, 17,left, a junior at Estero High School, has written over 30 apps in the last several years. He specializes in apps that help families with children who have special needs connect socially and improve their lives.Study finds no new solutions to Fort Myers Beach traffic
Words that express what it's like to sit in San Carlos Boulevard traffic could also be used to describe the effort to alleviate the miles-long backups that have frustrated beachgoers for years. A recent 18-month, $1 million Florida Department of Transportation study recommended road improvements that town leaders say they've already considered and rejected.Celebrate St. Patrick's Day West of Galway
Keep your St. Patrick's Day mood going all throughout the weekend and come listen to the West of Galway perform Irish music on Sunday, March 19 at 5 p.m. Bring your golf carts, chairs and blankets, head on down to the Boca Grande Community Center and enjoy some good, live Irish entertainment during this two-hour concert. Based in Naples, West of Galway has been entertaining crowds throughout the state as well as up and down the eastern coast of the nation for more than a decade.Ground broken on new Bonita Springs High School
The Lee County School District officially broke ground today on Bonita Springs High School, which is scheduled to open in time for the 2018-19 school year. The 76-acre campus is expected to house nearly 2,000 students at the corner Imperial Parkway and Shangri-La Road.5 things to know for Tuesday, March 14
Intense storms rolled through Southwest Florida late Monday night causing heavy damage on Manasota Key in Charlotte County. Residents are waking up this morning to fallen trees, bent lawn chairs -- among other damage.See the Pics! Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez's Romantic Getaway to the Bahamas
The 47-year-old entertainer posted a selfie of her and Alex on her Instagram story on Sunday night during their romantic trip to the Bahamas . Her locks obscured the man's face but a number of outlets have identified him as the 41-year-old sportsman."Avatar 2" delayed again
Avatar 2 won't be hitting theaters next year, as James Cameron's long-gestating sequel has apparently been delayed once again. "What people have to understand is that this is a cadence of releases", Cameron told the Toronto Star .Gov. Scott to unveil job numbers Monday in Bonita
BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. Gov. Rick Scott will announce state and local job statistics from January during a stop here on Monday.Bishop to hold Annual Anniversary Mass Saturday
The bishop of the Diocese of Venice in Florida will hold a special Annual Anniversary Mass for Catholic couples married 25 years or more. All Catholic couples celebrating 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 or more years of marriage are invited by Bishop Frank J. Dewane to a Mass in honor of significant milestone anniversaries.a Cru Nighta to Make a Splash
The twice-yearly event is the product of one of the largest distributors of Italian wines, The Winebow Group, and it honors a different unique single-vineyard wine each time. On March 15, it's from Orma, a prestigious producer in the Bolgheri region, and the Merlot-heavy Super Tuscan blend also holds 30 percent Cabernet Sauvignon and 20 percent Cabernet Franc grapes.Where to Go for Farm-to-Table Eating
Pasture & Pearl : Expect the unexpected, like baked oysters with yuzu butter and lentils with smoked cauliflower and grape relish, at this just-opened elegant getaway for food lovers. pastureandpearl.com Jack's Farm to Fork : The kitchen team has undergone recent changes, but the Pink Shell Resort is carrying on the mission conceived a year ago for a fine-dining experience with an eclectic mix of influences - all with wide-open views of the Gulf.Crime 10 mins ago 10:30 a.m.Man who 'married' middle-schooler gets 12 years probation
Antonio Juarez, 31, was accused of "marrying" a 13-year-old when he was in his mid-20s, according to court records. News Press photo A Lehigh Acres man in a child bride case took a plea deal Monday that puts him on 12 years of sex offender probation.Bonita Springs HS project $15M over budget
The Bonita Springs High School project is projected to cost the Lee County district a lot more money than they originally planned. The Lee County Board of Education approved $50,579,980 for the project in early 2015, but because costs have risen for various reasons since then, about $14.5 million more is needed.Bonita Springs HS project $15M over budget
The Bonita Springs High School project is projected to cost the Lee County district a lot more money than they originally planned. The Lee County Board of Education approved $50,579,980 for the project in early 2015, but because costs have risen for various reasons since then, about $14.5 million more is needed.Lawsuit filed after Legionnaire's outbreak in condo building
The Daily Times of Salisbury reports the lawsuit was filed Monday in Baltimore against the Golden Sands Club Condominiums. It's the second lawsuit to allege that the company failed to correct the issue inside its 22-story building.
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