Hurricane Irma changed the landscape of SWFL, and in one historic neighborhood it will take over a century to replace the lost scenery.
Labelle residents have started picking up the pieces after Irma, but they’re running out of relief supplies. Find out how you can donate.
As hurricane Irma moved close, my parents fled their home to seek refuge on Florida’s east coast. I was fortunate to be invited along and lucky to have a camera.
Arcadia has many stories this is only one. From Texas to SWFL Supreme Master TV travels around the world helping feed victims of natural disasters
Sadly, the Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium is now having to recover again, this time from Hurricane Irma. This comes after just having been flooded a couple weeks ago. This Friday,…
While Bonita Springs remains mostly underwater, a local hero advocates and gathers resources for the community’s safe return home.
Are you in need of FEMA disaster assistance? There are several items you should have on hand to make the application process seamless.
Volunteers at Shy Wolf Sanctuary rode out the storm with the animals and worked tirelessly keep them safe from falling trees and debris
It’s like we are living on the Oregon Trail with the dysentery concerns in the area. Here’s some info on dysentery minus the covered wagon.
Lee County Mosquito Control predicts a large outbreak post-Irma. Here are some tips to better protect yourself.
If you are looking to get reimbursement for the food you lost due to Hurricane Irma, THINK AGAIN!
What Would You Pack? Tell us what you had to take with you in the evacuation. Posted by Hello SWFL on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 Tell us what you had to…
Nothing like seeing cultures come together in times like these. This family-owned Mexican restaurant is serving $1 tacos to the community in Bonita. Bravo. Posted by Hello SWFL on Tuesday, September 12,…
Gas Lines In SWFL It isn't a matter of finding gas now, it is more about be able to wait in line this long. Posted by Hello SWFL on Tuesday, September 12,…
Lehigh after Irma. It was right in the line of fire.