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Public invited to ‘Deaf Life: Get to Know It’ event

September 19, 2019 Lee County’s first-ever “Deaf Life: Get to Know It” event is set for Saturday. Owner of Old Soul Brewing, Mike Schmidt, and the Sally J. more »»

City takes input on ‘neighborhood’ parks

September 19, 2019 Turnout at the city of Cape Coral’s public input meetings on the design of its new neighborhood parks was mixed this wee. more »»

Cape to discuss modified noise ordinance

September 19, 2019 A re-modified noise ordinance will come back to Cape Coral City Council for discussion Monday. more »»

Eckenrode new Breeze publisher

September 19, 2019 Ray Eckenrode has assumed the role of publisher for the Breeze Newspapers. more »»

Peace Day set for Sunday

September 19, 2019 Once again, the Southwest Florida area will celebrate a special day of peace. The 12th annual SWFL Peace Day will be held this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

Gulf Elementary students, teachers, ‘rock’ their school

September 19, 2019 Teachers and students at Gulf Elementary School in Cape Coral joined thousands nationwide in a movement to promote outside-the-box learning and to "Rock Your School. more »»

Cape Council approves FY 2020 budget

September 19, 2019 Cape Coral City Council passed the city’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget Thursday while rolling back the millage rate more than a quarter point. more »»

Cape Council to discuss options in wake of adverse annexation ruling

September 19, 2019 In the wake of a judicial ruling that found the city of Cape Coral did not follow proper procedure when it annexed six parcels the municipality owns in Matlacha, City Council will meet Monday in a... more »»

‘Blue Mass’ set for Sept. 28 at St. Andrew Catholic Church

September 19, 2019 For the fourth consecutive year, St. Andrew Catholic Church will hold a service to commemorate first responders in Southwest Florida. A "Blue Mass" will be held Saturday, Sept. 28, at 9 a.m. more »»

Statutory sex assault charge added in Pirate pitcher’s arrest

September 19, 2019 Two-time National League All-Star and closer for the Pittsburgh Pirates has been arrested in Lee County, accused of sending a Florida teen a video that showed him performing a sex act. more »»

Program to give those with a suspended license an opportunity for reinstatement

September 19, 2019 The Lee County Clerk of the Court’s Office will take part in Operation Green Light next month. Operation Green Light is a state-wide, one-week event to begin Saturday, Oct. more »»

Sands hot topic at first parks open house

September 18, 2019 It was standing room only in the cafeteria at Oasis Middle School on Tuesday as the city of Cape Coral held the first of three public input meetings on the design of the new neighborhood parks. more »»

County agrees to buy parcel on Mound Key for 20/20 conservation

September 18, 2019 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to purchase a 9.57-acre parcel on Mound Key for the Conservation 20/20 Land Acquisition Program. more »»

Pirates' pitcher charged with computer porn/solicitation of a child

September 17, 2019 Two-time National League All-Star and closer for the Pittsburgh Pirates has been arrested in Lee County, accused of sending a Florida teen a video that showed him performing a sex act. more »»

Powell Preserve provides guided tour

September 17, 2019 As the fall arrives and the weather slowly gets dryer and cooler, it’s a good time to take in the beautiful scenery that Southwest Florida provides without the sunsets or palm trees. more »»

Army Corps holds workshop in Cape Coral

September 17, 2019 The Army Corps of Engineers is vested with managing the flows that come out of Lake Okeechobee. more »»

Cape to begin new contract talks with Waste Pro

September 17, 2019 The city of Cape Coral will open contract negotiations with its current solid waste provider, Waste Pro. more »»

Cape Coral sets final public hearing for budget

September 17, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council has spent the last two months working on the city’s budget for Fiscal Year 2020. On Thursday, at 5:05 p.. more »»

Teens share message: ‘Silence does not bring change’

September 17, 2019 “We are not here for a before and after picture of mental illness,” said Carly McGovern, a senior at Fort Myers High School and founder of the Fort Myers Progress Pane. more »»

Cape Coral man sentenced to eight years for possession of child pornography

September 16, 2019 A Cape Coral man has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison following a guilty plea to possession of child pornograph. more »»

 
 

 

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