BOSTON (February 26, 2014) - For the first time, The Boston Globe is available on newsstands in and around Ft. Myers, Fla. - throughout Lee and Collier counties. Beginning February 24, the newspaper will be sold at Walgreens, 7-Eleven, Circle K, CVS, Sweetbay, RaceTrac and Hess stores, as well as through home delivery. Both daily and seven-day delivery options are available and readers can subscribe at bostonglobe.com/florida, and deliveries will begin Monday, March 3.  

New England residents who are visiting the area for Spring Training, residing there for the winter, or have relocated to the area permanently now have the opportunity to stay on top of local news and sports coverage. The expanded distribution also provides access to the Globe's award-winning journalism and photography to a broader audience. The Florida edition will include all of the same in-depth news and sports content as the Boston edition.  

Spring Training coverage includes the latest analysis from renowned journalists Peter Abraham, Nick Cafardo, and Dan Shaughnessy, including their in-depth weekly recaps with the latest medical reports, drills, goals, highs and lows, and upcoming events.    

The availability of the Globe to those on Florida's Gulf Coast will also ensure that readers in the area can easily keep up with the latest news for Massachusetts and New England in sports, politics, business, health, and the arts.

To subscribe, please visit: www.bostonglobe.com/florida.



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