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Guest Opinion: Where is the legislative accountability for their votes?

November 21, 2017 What many believe to be the most egregious legislation ever passed by the Florida Legislature disguised as an “education bill,” House Bill 7069 is set to begin wreaking havoc on Florida’s Public... more »»

Egg watch ’17: Eagle pair begins new brood

November 21, 2017 Once again, North Fort Myers’ most famous couple is expecting. more »»

SCHEA’s 5th annual Black Friday Trolley Event and Little Black Dress Party Friday

November 21, 2017 Take a break from the holiday shopping on Friday and enjoy the festivities in the South Cape. more »»

Holiday traffic expected to be heavy

November 21, 2017 Approximately 50.9 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home for the Thanksgiving holiday, a 3.3 percent increase over last year's estimated figure. more »»

Cosden ousted; Schools get new Council liaison

November 21, 2017 Cape Coral’s newly reconfigured City Council made its board and committee appointments Monday, ousting its liaison to Cape Coral Charter Schools. more »»

‘Holiday 4 Heroes’ gift box program under way

November 21, 2017 A local business is making it easy to help support America’s heroes during the holidays. more »»

Groundbreaking for new NFM library Nov. 29

November 21, 2017 Things have been progressing quickly for the North Fort Myers Public Library,and the days are counting down to when North Fort Myers residents will have a state-of-the-art library to call their own. more »»

'Shopping season' begins - Black Friday, Small Business Saturday

November 21, 2017 With the arrival of Thanksgiving, retailers are offering big discounts on holiday gift ideas. more »»

Turkey Trot

November 21, 2017 Hundreds of runners are set to take part in the 38th Annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving. more »»

North JROTC Raiders repeat as national champions

November 21, 2017 Last year the North Fort Myers High School JROTC Raiders set the bar at the JROTC Raider National Championships. This year they lifted it higher. more »»

Santa set to make several appearances at Shell Factory

November 21, 2017 Santa Claus must like the warmer weather this time of year, because he’s going to be coming around an awful lot from now until Christmas. Children of all ages will be able to see jolly old St. more »»

Florida’s ecosystems strained after Irma

November 21, 2017 Florida's Everglades and connected ecosystems are fighting battles on all sides. more »»

New bill could extend National Flood Insurance Program five more years

November 21, 2017 The National Flood Insurance Program could be thrown a lifeline. The NFIP was set to expire Sept. more »»

VFW Post 10127 in North Fort Myers in need of repairs

November 21, 2017 The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10127 has been in North Fort Myers for nearly 50 years at the same location on Pondella Roa. more »»

A mystery in a bottle

November 21, 2017 A Pine Island Eagle dated Aug. 17, 1977, was found in a bottle floating off the coast of Jupiter, Florida, on the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 14. more »»

Lee County Band Christmas Concert Dec.10   

November 21, 2017 The Lee County Com-munity Band Christmas will present a Christmas concert at 3 p.m., Dec. 10, at Cape Coral High School. more »»

Fire Department Toy Drive under way

November 20, 2017 The Cape Coral Fire Department is collecting toys and gifts at all 10 fire stations throughout the city. more »»

Helping Hands for the Holidays: Aubuchon to host annual fundraising celebration

November 17, 2017 An annual holiday celebration next week will help raise funds for a handful of local charities. The 19th annual Helping Hands for the Holidays will take place on Monday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.. more »»

Open House this Saturday

November 17, 2017 An Open House notice was inadvertently left out of today's Breeze: Royal Palm Realty of Southwest Florida's father and daughter team of Sal Di Stefano and Cale Di Stefano will hold an open house... more »»

Looking ahead: Sawicki wants to recoup legal fees

November 16, 2017 Cape Coral Mayor Marni Sawicki has put the city — and another outgoing member of City Council — on notice: She plans to seek attorney fees and costs should the ethics complaint filed against her las... more »»

 
 

 

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