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Cape police discover body, wait for official identification

October 10, 2019 A woman's body was found Thursday around 1:30 p.. more »»

Cape man charged after police involved shooting

October 9, 2019 Early this morning, the Cape Coral Police Department issued a report of an officer involved shooting that occurred late Tuesday night. According to the report, on Oct. 8, around 10:10 p.m. more »»

Person of interest developed in case of missing Cape woman, death of another

October 9, 2019 This afternoon, the Cape Coral Police Department issued an update on the investigations into a suspicious death and a woman's disappearance. On Monday, Oct. more »»

Alliance for the Arts Bluegrass Concert Series kicks off Sunday

October 8, 2019 The Alliance for the Arts will kick off its Bluegrass Concert series Sunday, Oct. 13, from 25 p.m., at 10091 McGregor Blvd., in Fort Myers. more »»

Helping veterans

October 8, 2019 The first program of its kind nationwide aimed at helping veterans gain resource information launched at Cape Coral Hospital Tuesday. more »»

Council divided on senior affordable housing

October 8, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council was split on Monday regarding a proposed affordable housing complex downtown in which the city’s CRA would give the contractors a loan with city funds in order to get it... more »»

Vietnam vets honored at the Shell Factory

October 8, 2019 For the past three years, the Shell Factory & Nature Park has held an event with Vietnam veterans in mind. On Sunday, Oct. 13, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.. more »»

Trafalgar Elementary and Middle School Fall Fest Friday

October 8, 2019 The community is invited to the Trafalgar Elementary and Middle School Fall Fest this Friday, two hours of guaranteed fun for kids and families alike. The Fall Fest will be held from 5-7 p.m. more »»

Climate compact well received by council

October 8, 2019 If all the municipalities and government agencies get together and speak with one voice their concerns about climate change, then maybe something will get done. more »»

Fort Myers Home & Remodeling Show returns

October 8, 2019 The biggest homes show in Southwest Florida returns to the Lee Civic Center this weekend, with everything you need to spruce up the house, from small jobs to a complete makeover. more »»

Arches group, county compromise on project

October 8, 2019 There is a compromise proposal for the Restore The Arches project on Fort Myers Beach at Crescent Beach Family Park. more »»

White Cane Awareness Day challenge Tuesday

October 8, 2019 By CHUCK BALLARO Crossing any busy intersection is always a harrowing ordeal. Try doing it with little or no sight. On Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 9:30 a.m. more »»

Zonta Club of Cape Coral meeting to feature presentation about human trafficking

October 8, 2019 The public is invited to join the Zonta Club of Cape Coral on Oct. 22, from 5:30-7 p.m., at the Cape Coral Lee County Public Library, located at 921 S.W. more »»

Cape man found guilty in assault case

October 4, 2019 John Henry Hennessey, 28, has been found guilty of aggravated assault, resisting an officer with violence, criminal mischief and four counts of assault on a law enforcement officer, according to a... more »»

Coast Guard terminates illegal charter near Fort Myers Beach

October 4, 2019 FORT MYERS BEACH —  The U.S.Coast Guard terminated the voyage of a 48-foot uninspected passenger vessel with eight passengers for hire aboard in the vicinity of San Carlos Bay Thursday. more »»

Arts studio to host a grand reveal

October 3, 2019 After nearly two years of renovations, hard work and even a hurricane, the Cape Coral Arts Studio has transformed into an alluring and charming facility in which to view works from some of the area’... more »»

Popular Cape market enters its 25th year

October 3, 2019 The much-anticipated Downtown Farmers Market is set to return to Cape Coral this Saturday for its 25th year in business. more »»

CCPD starts program to assist domestic violence victims

October 3, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department on Thursday announced a program designed to provide another layer of protection to victims of domestic violence and put their abusers behind bars should they continu... more »»

Cape to hold community parks input sessions

October 3, 2019 In September, the city of Cape Coral held public workshops to take input on seven neighborhood parks throughout the city. more »»

‘Walk to School Day’ emphasizes safety first

October 3, 2019 Dozens of children and their parents gathered Wednesday at the old Grace Community Center on the corner of Hancock Bridge Parkway and Orange Grove Boulevard to do something many kids do: Walk to... more »»



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