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With school starting, safety is on everyone’s mind

August 9, 2019 After the tragic events last school year that saw two young girls lose their lives at or near bus stops, improving safety is on the forefront of everyone’s mind in the community. more »»

City, FWC to conduct seminar on coyotes

August 9, 2019 Have you spotted a coyote in your backyard or neighborhood, and aren't sure what to do about it? The city of Cape Coral, along with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, will presen... more »»

#AdynStrong Fundraiser to benefit Cape boy

August 9, 2019 After one local business heard about a 7-year-old Cape Coral boy battling leukemia, which is spreading, the urgency to put together a fundraiser to help raise money for the family has resulted in an... more »»

Still making magic after 80 years

August 9, 2019 For over 80 years, a company that calls Cape Coral home has provided wonder, amazement, joy and smiles across the glob. more »»

District reveals new feature on Focus Parent Portal

August 9, 2019 Parents now have the opportunity to fill out beginning of the year paperwork through the Lee County School District's Focus Parent Portal. more »»

Second BRC/council budget session Tuesday at City Hall

August 9, 2019 After hearing about the needs of the city’s first responders, public works and community development, the Cape Coral City Council and the Budget Review Committee will learn about what the rest of th... more »»

Volunteers needed for CCPD Citizens Police Academy

August 9, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department Volunteer Unit is looking for Cape Coral's best to become a part of the family.  The CCPD Citizens Police Academy will be held the week of Nov. 11 and complete on Nov. more »»

Council, BRC hold first budget workshop

August 6, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council and the Budget Review Committee held their first budget workshop Tuesday at City Hall, and one of the questions that was answered was whether a third meeting will be... more »»

Troubled waters

August 6, 2019 Troubled waters — now there's an understatement. more »»

Sandelli sworn in to fill District 3 commission seat

August 6, 2019 Beach residents have a new representative on the Lee County Board of County Commissioners. more »»

Questions raised about commissioner appointment

August 6, 2019 The appointment of Lee County's newest commissioner wasn't without controvers. more »»

Ordinance banning sale of dogs and cats OK’d

August 6, 2019 Cape Coral City Council got a round of applause from the gallery Monday after deciding unanimously to approve an ordinance that would ban the sale of cats and dogs in the city. more »»

Cape Coral United Way House opens

August 6, 2019 The United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee counties had 16 United Way Houses, but none of them were in the largest city between Tampa and Miami. more »»

Lee County Commissioners take steps to file lawsuit against MW Horticulture

August 6, 2019 The Lee Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to authorize the Lee County Attorney’s Office to file an emergency lawsuit in Circuit Court to bring MW Horticulture into compliance with... more »»

Law & Order Ball to be held Sept. 14

August 6, 2019 The Rotary Club of Fort Myers South will be honoring the heroes of Lee County law enforcement at the sixth annual Law & Order Ball. Themed “Super Heroes,” the event will be held Sept. more »»

Cape man who threatened multiple victims with a gun sentenced to prison

August 5, 2019 Today Bryan Alfonso, 30, was sentenced to eight years in prison for each of three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and eight years in prison for one count of possession of a firearm... more »»

Raymond Sandelli appointed to vacant Lee County Commission seat

August 2, 2019 Gov. Ron DeSantis has appointed Raymond Sandelli to fill the seat on the Lee County Commission left vacant by the death of Commissioner Larry Kiker. Sandelli had not applied for the District 3 sea. more »»

Cape Council to mull retail sale pet ban

August 1, 2019 An ordinance to ban the retail sale of cats and dogs has been on the Cape Coral City Council agenda on and off for nearly a year, and every time it’s been considered, it’s been sent back to be... more »»

United Way opens new house in Cape Coral

August 1, 2019 United Way has opened a new United Way House in Cape Coral. A grand opening and ribbon cutting will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6, at the new location at 1105 Cultural Park Blv. more »»

Cape to get second FEMA reimbursement

August 1, 2019 Just weeks after FEMA approved $5.6 million to help the city of Cape Coral offset the cost of cleanup following Hurricane Irma, the agency has approved more funds for the city. more »»



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