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Payment for outside legal services for city approved

January 24, 2017 An unpaid invoice for $3,000 for outside legal counsel services by Bryan, Miller & Olive touched off a contentious discussion on the twice-defeated proposed 4 a.m. downtown Cape bar hour extension. more »»

Healthy Lee to host town hall meetings

January 24, 2017 Cape Coral residents have a chance to help shape the future of health care in their community. more »»

Cape moped driver injured in hit-and-run crash on Midpoint Bridge

January 24, 2017 Authorities are searching for a hit-and run driver who struck a Cape Coral motorist. more »»

The Yard Dogs to reunite this Saturday at Bert’s Bar

January 24, 2017 This Saturday, Jan. 28, from 7-10 p.m., Bert’s Bar & Seafood Grill in Matlacha will host a reunion of the legendary local band, The Yard Dogs. more »»

Cosden to host ‘live’ online chat next Tuesday

January 24, 2017 Cape City Councilmem-ber Jessica Cosden will host her first “live” online chat on Tuesday, Jan. 31. The chat will begin at 5 p.m. and is scheduled for 90 minutes. more »»

Oasis schools: Cry for a crosswalk

January 19, 2017 Eric Feichthaler is a former mayor for the city of Cape Coral. He is also a concerned parent of four children who attend the city’s charter school system. more »»

‘Very excited;’ ‘Very hopeful’: Supporters look forward to Trump administration

January 19, 2017 Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States today, with his inauguration ceremony beginning at 11:30 a.m. It’s a tradition that goes back as far as the U.S. more »»

Three weekends: CCCIA Showcase of Homes opens today

January 19, 2017 The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association’s annual Showcase of Homes opens today. more »»

Martini Competition: SCHEA puts on annual event

January 19, 2017 Grab tickets now for the Best South Cape Martini Competition because they are going fast. more »»

Income tax filing window opens Monday

January 19, 2017 The nation’s 2017 individual tax filing season is scheduled to open on Monday. more »»

Gulf Middle student selected for artwork display

January 19, 2017 A Gulf Middle School student will have his artwork on display in the state capitol building. more »»

Pollution ‘first responders’

January 19, 2017 Local rivers, streams and water bodies have new guardians. more »»

Rotary recognized for anti-drowning efforts

January 19, 2017 Joshua Collingsworth drowned in a pool at his family’s home in 2008 and that led to his parents to become advocates for child water safety by creating a children’s book they called “Josh the Baby... more »»

Annual Antique Car Show at Edison Ford Feb. 4

January 19, 2017 On Saturday, Feb. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Edison & Ford Winter Estates will host its annual car show featuring antique Ford model. more »»

‘Mayor’s Night Out’ set for Tuesday

January 19, 2017 Residents will have a chance next week to talk about city issues with Cape Coral’s mayor. Mayor Marni Sawicki will host her first “Mayor’s Night Out” of the new year on Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. more »»

Celebration of life held for Phil Buchanan

January 19, 2017 More than 200 people attended the long awaited celebration of life ceremony for Phil Buchanan Sunday afternoon at the St. James City Civic Center. more »»

Circle K at Veterans and Country Club to be considered

January 19, 2017 One of the main topics for discussion at Monday’s City Council meeting is a proposed development of a Circle K convenience store with fuel pumps on the southwest corner of Veterans Parkway and... more »»

Nominations for Philanthropist of the Year Award sought

January 19, 2017 It's been four years since the Cape Coral Community Foundation has handed out its Philantropist of the Year Award, which is named after its first recipient in 2007, Elmer Tabo. more »»

Tickets on sale for Bluegrass Jamboree

January 19, 2017 If the first fundraiser was a success, why not do it again? The Cape Coral Historical Museum had its largest fundraising event ever when it was decided to start a Bluegrass Jamboree a year ago. more »»

Veterans stand down to help the homeless

January 19, 2017 The reward for serving your country should not be having to spend the rest of your life homeless. Unfortunately, it happens far too often. more »»



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