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Thaddeus Mast

Naples Daily News

Naples, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Thaddeus:

Lee County man arrested in Texas, charged in slaying of Bonita Springs woman

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested Raymond Gomez , 19, after Lee County Sheriff's Office issued a warrant for second-degree murder. → Read More

Logan Boulevard, connecting Bonita Springs to Collier County, opens Monday, city says

An extension of Logan Boulevard connecting Collier County to Bonita Springs is set to open Monday after a ribbon-cutting ceremony. → Read More

More food trucks coming to Bonita Springs?

Businesses could have more access to local food trucks if guidelines presented to the City Council become law. → Read More

Bonita Springs might have to pay millions in legal settlements. Can the city afford it?

The city could pay more than $10 million in land purchases and damages after two lawsuits come to an end. Where is the money? → Read More

'It’s unbelievable.' $396.9 million Powerball ticket sold in Bonita Springs

The person bought the winning ticket at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday night, just a few hours before the drawing, at the 7-Eleven store on Bonita Beach Road. → Read More

90-year-old Casner House sold by Bonita Springs Historical Society

The historic Casner House, owned by the Bonita Springs Historical Society for nearly 25 years, was sold to a realtor intent on restoring the property. → Read More

Former Bonita Springs library should become a senior center, group says

The senior center would be a place for older residents to gather for events and to learn about public benefits, said Tom Felke, associate professor FGCU. → Read More

Naples man killed in motorcycle crash near Arcadia

Daniel Krall, 73, crashed into a ditch after failing to make a left-hand turn, Florida Highway Patrol reports. → Read More

Bonita City Council ready to revamp food truck laws, opening door to more vendors

Bonita Springs City Council will change a 2012 rule that limits the number of food trucks that can operate within city limits. → Read More

Momentum Brewhouse loses most of its food trucks after Bonita receives complaint

City officials are enforcing a 2012 ordinance that limits the number of food trucks that can operate in Bonita Springs to five. → Read More

Four Bonita Springs stories to watch in 2020

The Bonita Springs City Council is down two members, and the public needs to elect new members to the group. → Read More

Five newsworthy moments of 2019 in Bonita Springs

Bonita Springs is wrapping up a year that brought downtown growth and a few changes to its City Council. → Read More

Toys for Tots gets help from Marine veteran in Bonita Springs

A 96-year-old World War II veteran was charged with filling a Toys for Tots box at the American House Bonita Springs. → Read More

Climbing the ladder: Greg DeWitt, former city councilor, named chief of Bonita Springs Fire District

Greg DeWitt began firefighting as a volunteer 31 years ago and is taking the place of retiring Chief Joseph Daigle at the Bonita Springs Fire and Rescue District. → Read More

Veteran overcomes homelessness, poor reading skills to graduate from FGCU as a reading teacher

More than 860 Florida Gulf Coast University students walked across the graduation stage at Alico Arena on Sunday. → Read More

Early learning, daycare center for children under construction at Bonita Springs YMCA

An early learning center for children aged six-weeks-old to pre-kindergarten, set to open in July, could become the new daycare for south Lee County residents → Read More

Bonita Springs gets $5M state grant for voluntary home buyout program

The state awarded Bonita Springs the grant so the city can buy homes from willing sellers whose homes flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. → Read More

A veteran couple battled to leave their Bonita Springs house. Then Lee BIA volunteers built a ramp.

A few stairs have led to dangerous falls for husband-and-wife Korean War veterans, but a few volunteers have built a ramp and changed their lives. → Read More

WCI Communities wins lawsuit against Bonita Springs; four high-rises on Raptor Bay likely

A court arbitrator also awarded WCI Communities $6.3 million in economic damages, which Bonita Springs City Council approved to pay. → Read More

Bonita Springs City Council approves mine lawsuit settlement; 700 homes might be built east of I-75

A two-year lawsuit between the city and Bonita Grande Mines could turn the mine into a new housing community. → Read More