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Election 2017 Question of the Week: What final message would you like voters in the primary election to take to the polls?

September 29, 2017 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Cape man sentenced to prison for 2016 crime spree

September 29, 2017 A man charged with multiple felonies following a drug-fueled crime spree last year has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison. Brian Hernandez-Vargas, 40, was sentenced to 91. more »»

First round of Southwest Florida Hurricane Relief Funds released

September 29, 2017 United Way has distributed more than $400,000 in supplemental funding from the SWFL Hurricane Relief Fund, in partnership with the SWFL Community Foundation, to local assistance agencies. more »»

Florida Department of State will launch online voter registration website on Sunday

September 29, 2017 The Florida Department of State will launch the new online voter registration website,, on Sunday, Oct. 1. more »»

Early voting continues today and Saturday

September 28, 2017 With early voting wrapping up this weekend, the primary election is set for Tuesday. Early voting kicked off Thursday and will continue through Saturda. more »»

SE 47th Terrace Streetscape plan meets resistance

September 28, 2017 One business owner said the new Southeast 47th Terrace streetscape project would force her out of business. more »»

LCEC/city impasse: Franchise talks break down again

September 28, 2017 After eight months of effort led by the Council for Progress, franchise negotiations between the city of Cape Coral and its electrical services provider have hit another impasse. more »»

Updated: Severely injured eagle succumbs to injuries

September 28, 2017 Update: The male eagle found with a badly broken wing in a canal St. James City succumbed to its injures Saturday. more »»

Trike For a Cure to raise money to fight Alzheimer’s

September 28, 2017 Grown adults will try to ride children’s tricycles on an obstacle course — for two great causes. more »»

Cape Coral City Council to set next year’s budget Monday

September 28, 2017 The Cape Coral City Council will have a difficult decision to make on Monday at its regular meeting scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. at city hall. more »»

Calendar Girls Florida to host Paws for Patriots dog wash

September 28, 2017 news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Cape’s Yacht Club Beach reopens after Hurricane Irma

September 28, 2017 The Yacht Club Beach is open once again after suffering severe erosion due to Hurricane Irma. High water levels caused the erosion along the beach, which was a safety concer. more »»

Parking an issue for downtown streetscape project

September 27, 2017 The streetscaping project on Southeast 47th Terrace might look nice, but businesses owners along that street are afraid they may have to throw in a few “Going Out of Business” signs as part of the... more »»

Garden at Trafalgar Middle damaged by Hurricane Irma

September 27, 2017 One program at Trafalgar Middle School in Cape Coral has suffered a setback due to Hurricane Irma. more »»

Healthy Life Center launching Walking Club in Cape

September 27, 2017 Cape Coral residents are invited to lace up their sneakers and join a new walking group. Lee Health's Healthy Life Center is a launching a new Walking Club on Wednesdays at 7 a.m. more »»

More critters injured by Irma being taken to CROW

September 27, 2017 The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife on San ibel started to see an influx of patients the second week post Hurricane Irma as more people made their way home and their drop-off locations... more »»

Rollback rate unlikely in wake of Irma

September 26, 2017 Faced with up to $15 million in costs associated with Hurricane Irma, Cape Coral City Council passed a tentative millage rate of 6. more »»

Cape gives nod to loan program option

September 26, 2017 Canalfront property owners who suffered seawall damage due to Hurricane Irma may get another funding option to help pay for repairs. more »»

Harry Chapin Food Bank emergency mobile pantry to distribute food Wednesday

September 26, 2017 The Harry Chapin Food Bank will hold an additional emergency mobile pantry for local hurricane victims from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the parking lot at 3800 Fowler St. more »»

Lee County School District accepting donations for students and staff in need

September 25, 2017 The School District of Lee County is accepting donations to benefit students and staff affected by Hurricane Irma. more »»



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