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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.

Population: 32797
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

Zip Codes associated with bonita springs, florida: 34134 34135
Towns/Cities near bonita springs, florida : Naples Park Estero Bay Estero Naples

Bonita Springs News
Mark Sieversa defense attorney claims LCSO paid key witness $8K

The defense attorney for Mark Sievers, who is accused of hiring two men to kill his wife, claims the Lee County Sheriff's Office paid a key witness thousands of dollars. Teresa Sievers was bludgeoned to death with a hammer inside her Bonita Springs home on June 28, 2015.

One dead following late night shooting in Bonita Springs

Lee County deputies swarmed the area around Matheson Avenue and Park Avenue at 11 p.m. Saturday night, responding to reports of shots fired. A neighbor who says he was sleeping inside his house when shots rang out says it was just before midnight.

Family of deported Bonita Springs man fighting for his return

The Bonita Springs man had a few minor traffic offenses, but was allowed to stay, as long as he checked in every year with immigration officials. Arriaga has liver disease, but his son who served as a U.S. Marine is willing to give his father part of his.

Democratic Party sues Trump Campaign, Wikileaks, others, over 2016 elections

A 19-year-old Florida man claimed a $15 million top prize in a new scratch-off game, Florida lottery officials announced Wednesday. >> Read more trending news Quinn Kofler of Bonita Springs won the top prize in the Florida 100X the Cash scratch-off game, lottery officials said in a news release.

Florida man, 19, wins $15 million playing lottery scratch-off ticket Source: Cox Media Group

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Bayview Yacht Club hires new GM

"After a rigorous search in which we spoke to a number of well-qualified candidates from throughout the nation, we are pleased to welcome Tim to Bayview and look forward to working with him to take the club to the next level in its grand story," said Bradford C. Kimmel, 2018 Bayview commodore.

Former First Lady Barbara Bush leaves legacy in SWFL

Bush believed if people are able to read and write, they have an equal chance of achieving the American Dream. That belief is the basis of her family literacy foundation.

Florida teen wins $15 million in scratch-off game

The Florida Lottery announced Wednesday that Quinn Kofler, 19, of Bonita Springs, claimed a $15 million top prize in the new FLORIDA 100X THE CASH Scratch-Off game/ Kofler purchased his winning ticket from 7-Eleven, located at 12931 Bonita Beach Road Southeast in Bonita Springs. The retailer will receive a $30,000 bonus commission for selling the winning Scratch-Off ticket.

Childrena s Services Council in Lee County proposal denied for November ballot

Hundreds of residents urged commissioners to start a Children's Services Council in Lee County, but the proposal to put it on the November ballot was denied Tuesday. If approved, the council would strive to better children's lives and would focus on issues such as improving education and getting drugs off the street.

Bonita Springs Floor Covering owner arrested for operating without a contractors license

Chris Pascale, owner of Bonita Springs Floor Covering, faces charges of operating as a general contractor without a license. Pascale is accused of contracting with painters, electricians, and plumbers to do kitchen and bathroom remodeling.

Love That Dress! Launch Party

ACE Center for Girls, Lee County recently celebrated the launch of its next "Love That Dress!" collection during an April 10 fashion show in Bonita Springs. "Fashion meets Passion" featured 15 well-known community leaders donning the latest fashion trends and styles on the runway, highlighting new looks from White House Black Market and retailers from Miromar Outlets, as well as favorite Love That Dress! finds.

NBC2 Investigators: Floor company owner charged for working without license

The owner of Bonita Springs Floor Covering turned himself into the Collier County Sheriff's Office after an investigation exposed he was working without the proper licensing. Christopher Pascale was arrested on charges of contracting without a license and commencing construction projects without pulling a permit.

6 Ways to Relieve Your Stress in April

So, take a minute to actually do something about it. De-stressing can be as simple as a 15-minute mindfulness break, or it can be as fun as a special yoga trip.

Bonita Springs residents concerned about roundabout safety

Bonita Springs resident Jim Brown feels the roundabout at Old 41 Road and Terry Street is becoming more of a problem then a solution for drivers. "You gotta make quick decisions in a roundabout, and if you don't, next thing you know you're in an accident," Brown said.

Suspect sought in Bonita Springs convenience store robbery

The suspect entered the 7-Eleven, and immediately reached behind the counter, taking lottery tickets, according to Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers. The suspect then demanded cash from the store clerk who complied and opened the register, according to Crime Stoppers.

Police searching for man who robbed 7-Eleven in Bonita Springs

Police are currently looking for a man who robbed a 7-Eleven convenience store in Bonita Springs early Tuesday morning. The suspect entered the 7-Eleven located at 12661 Bonita Beach Road around 5 a.m., went behind the counter, grabbed lottery tickets, and then demanded cash from a clerk at the register.

Opera honoring MLK previewed at museum

Dress rehearsal of the opera 'I Dream' at the Valentine Theatre, featuring Victor Ryan Robertson , Derrick Davis, and Kenneth Overton. From left: Artistic director James Meena, lighting director Michael Baumgarten and staff member James Norman attend the reception for the 'I Dream' opera at the Valentine Theatre in Toledo.

Residents worried uncleared debris will lead to flooding during rainy season

While most waterways in Southwest Florida are being prepared for the next rainy season, the creek in Jennifer Semro's Bonita Springs backyard still hasn't been cleaned up since the last one. "This waterway is a free-flowing waterway into the Imperial River and right now, it's not going anywhere," Semro said.

Arrests made in murder of Bonita Springs teen

Arrests made in murder of Bonita Springs teen - WZVN News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida Deputies arrested 25-year-old Arturo Gonzalez on Tuesday for the murder of Jordan Valero. The second suspect, 19-year-old Kevin Guzman, was already in custody on unrelated charges.

2 arrests made in Bonita Springs homicide

Two arrests have been made in the death of 19-year-old Jordan Valero, who was killed in 2016, the Lee County Sheriff's Office said. "Though this case is nearly two years old, we absolutely refused to give up on it," said Undersheriff Carmine Marceno.

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