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Guild presents quilts to Smith children

December 22, 2015 As new homeowners Brad and Charyse Smith continued to settle into their Cape Coral home over the weekend, the family was surprised with another gift from the local communit. more »»

City’s first responders honored at Phoenix Awards

December 22, 2015 James Rosso has no memory of his life being saved. Rosso, 21, suffered traumatic brain injuries on April 9 after he was hit while jogging by a truck doing 45 mp. more »»

Para-cyclist Gautier returns to Pine Island for training

December 22, 2015 There's a familiar sight along the Pine Island bike paths. more »»

Cape man struck by car in February recovering at Lee Memorial

December 22, 2015 A Cape Coral pedestrian is improving at the hospital after being hit by a vehicle months ago. Jason Ray Degraaf, 41, of 418 N.. more »»

Pedestrian struck, killed, while crossing Bayshore Road

December 22, 2015 A North Fort Myers man was fatally injured early Tuesday morning after he was struck by an SUV while trying to cross Bayshore Road near New Post Road. more »»

Lee County operations adjust schedules for the holidays

December 18, 2015 Most Lee County administrative operations will be closed Thursday, Dec. 24, and Friday, Dec. 25, in observance of the Christmas holiday and Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 for the New Year’s Holiday. more »»

Monthly plant sale planned in Fragrance Garden at Lee County’s Lakes Regional Park

December 18, 2015 The Lakes Park Fragrance Garden will host a plant sale from 9 a.m. to noon the last Wednesday of each month through April, at Lakes Regional Park, 7330 Gladiolus Drive, Fort Myers. more »»

Boat-a-Long sets sail along Four Freedoms shores

December 18, 2015 Boats adorned with holiday lights and festive decorations will take to the water Saturday evening as Cape Coral marks the season with its 39th annual celebration. more »»

Burnt Store noise mitigation sought

December 18, 2015 The widening of Burnt Store Road has been in the making for years. Most residents on the northeast side of the roadway have expected this. more »»

‘Helmet Wars: The Art Awakens’

December 18, 2015 By TIFFANY REPECKI trepecki@breezenewspapers.com The Force will be strong in the South Cape on Saturday for a unique, charity art show. “Helmet Wars: The Art Awakens” will take place from 7 p. more »»

Wellness program targets vets

December 18, 2015 By MEGHAN McCOY mmccoy@breezenewspapers.com Post 9/11 veterans who live in Lee County have the opportunity to join a free six-month program that is based around physical health and wellness. more »»

Skyline Elementary ‘sticks together for Lukas’

December 18, 2015 It started with a simple click on a Web page online. A 10-day fundraising effort dubbed “Skyline sticks together for Lukas” followed. more »»

Father, son, sax team up to help the Salvation Army raise funds

December 18, 2015 On Wednesdays, when you see that older gentleman in the Santa hat ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at the Publix on the corner of Cape Coral Parkway and Santa Barbara Boulevard, be sure to... more »»

NFMAA stages another sellout performance

December 18, 2015 Again, it was a sellout, and again the students and faculty from the North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts brought down the house. The Barbara B. more »»

New Residents donate toys for the holidays

December 18, 2015 Cape Coral’s newer residents are getting into the spirit of the holiday season, joining many others in making sure those who are less fortunate have something to show for Christma. more »»

Ralph’s Place patrons wrap up toy drive

December 18, 2015 The bags of toys were piled up alongside the side wall, all 100 of them, waited to be wrapped, put back in their bags and given to needy children throughout Cape Coral. more »»

Moose collects toys for CCFD drive

December 18, 2015 Usually when the Cape Coral Fire Department goes anywhere, it’s to put out a fire or respond to a medical call. more »»

City Council not thrilled about bringing Zombicon to Cape Coral

December 16, 2015 City Council members are not willing to welcome the troubled Zombicon celebration to Cape Coral with open arms just yet, mainly because the organizers have not contacted the city administration... more »»

FWC: no coyote problems in the city

December 16, 2015 There are apparently no recent problems with coyotes in Cape Coral as was previously reporte. more »»

Lee County Animal Services seeks homes for 30 Maltese dogs

December 16, 2015 Lee County Domestic Animal Services is seeking to find homes for 30 Maltese dogs recently taken in from an overwhelmed caregiver. The dogs range in age from puppies to 7 years old. more »»

 
 

 

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