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City of Cape Coral to seek Irma damage funds

January 18, 2018 The damage caused by Hurricane Irma is going to take the city of Cape Coral years to complete and pay off. more »»

Cape High to hold inaugural community festival

January 18, 2018 Food trucks, bands, school clubs, and community groups will all converge on Cape Coral High School Saturday for its inaugural Community Festival this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

From soldier to quilter

January 16, 2018 U.S. Army SSG Daniel Burgess could have done nothing else the rest of his life and still be considered a hero for what he lost while serving his country. more »»

Matlacha Civic Association annexation lawsuit against Cape dismissed

January 16, 2018 A legal challenge to the city of Cape's Coral annexation of property the city owns on Matlacha has been dismissed by a circuit court judge but may come back on appeal. more »»

Lee Clerk’s Office to extend passport acceptance hours

January 16, 2018 For the public's convenience, the Lee Clerk’s Office is expanding it passport acceptance hours the weeks of Feb. 12 and March 12. No appointment will be necessary. more »»

Woman charged in hit-and-run

January 16, 2018 Cape Coral Police have made an arrest in a hit-and-run crash that sent an 8-year-old boy to the hospital Monday. Laura A. more »»

Cape Coral seeks state funding for Reservoir Pipeline Project

January 16, 2018 State Rep. Dane Eagle has filed an appropriations bill requesting $1,115,000 in state funds for the City of Cape Coral to engineer, design and permit a 3. more »»

Charter schools celebrate MLK’s memory

January 16, 2018 Schools may have been closed Monday, but the city of Cape Coral and the Cape Coral Charter School Authority teamed up to celebrate the legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King J. more »»

Fort Myers Police, Collier County Sheriff’s Office, recover $250,000 in stolen merchandise, arrest three after burglary

January 16, 2018 Fort Myers police and Collier County deputies recovered $250,000 in electronics stolen from a Lee County Verizon Wireless store, apprehending three men in the process. more »»

Offshore drilling?

January 16, 2018 The beaches of Aruba: crystal clear water, bright pink flamingos and offshore oil rigs in the distance. more »»

AARP Smart Driver classes offered countywide in February

January 16, 2018 AARP Smart Driver classes The following AARP Smart Driver classes will be offered in February in Lee County: * Feb. 2 Area Agency On Aging for SW Florida 15201 N Cleveland Ave. North Fort Myers 9 a. more »»

Fifth Third bank on Del Prado robbed

January 12, 2018 A man armed with a handgun held up the Fifth Third Bank at 2724 Del Prado Boulevard S. shortly before noon morning. There were no injuries. Police responded to the 11:30 a.. more »»

Nelson, Rooney keen to keep oil rigs away from Florida coast

January 12, 2018 The beaches of Aruba: crystal clear water, bright pink flamingos and offshore oil rigs in the distance. more »»

North Fort Myers man faces life in prison in burglary

January 12, 2018 A man Cape Coral police say is linked to multiple burglaries in the Cape faces life in prison after being convicted of charges in a North Fort Myers burglary while under surveillanc. more »»

CCPD to conduct 'saturation patrols' Jan. 15-19

January 12, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department will conduct a traffic saturation operation next week, Jan. 15-19, from 6 a.m.- 8 p.m. each day. more »»

Public invited to Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Celebration on Monday

January 12, 2018 The City of Cape Coral and the Cape Coral Charter School Authority will host a “Unity Celebration” on Monday, Jan. 15, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. more »»

Lee Schools: Graduation rate hits highest level

January 12, 2018 Lee County's high school graduation rates have again improved, according to the 2016/17 graduation report released by the Florida Department of Education. more »»

Missing woman found safe

January 11, 2018 At 11:44 p.m. Wednesday, the Cape Coral Police Department reported that a woman who had been missing since Tuesday morning had been found safe. more »»

Construction of new fire station set to begin

January 11, 2018 For homeowners in the northwest Cape, Thursday’s groundbreaking for Fire Station No. 11 was something they had been waiting for for years. more »»

Legislative session ’18: ‘Bold initiatives’ lie ahead

January 11, 2018 The 2018 State Legislative session opened Tuesday. For the next two months, legislators will consider bills and, most importantly, create a state budget for the coming fiscal year. State Re. more »»



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