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ALDI to open in Coralwood Center

June 6, 2019 One of the world’s fastest-growing businesses is about to open another Cape Coral location in space another expanding grocery chain once announced it would go. more »»

Christa Hicks to speak on human trafficking

June 6, 2019 ToniRae Hurley had the idea for the Wine, Women & Wisdom group years before it became a reality. When she lived in Indiana, she saw it as a call in talk show. more »»

Collective bargain unit agreement on the table

June 6, 2019 A collective bargaining agreement between the city and the bargaining unit members of IUPAT Local 2301 may be settled. more »»

CRA approves five-year work plan

June 5, 2019 Picture a 400-space parking garage in the heart of the South Cape where you can park your car and roam. more »»

City tackles building height restrictions

June 5, 2019 Cape Coral City Council unanimously approved changes to its non-residential building height restrictions in the South Cape and the Corridor District Monday. more »»

City economic development manager addresses CCCIA

June 5, 2019 Right now, Cape Coral’s new Economic Development Office Manager Ricardo Noguera is in China in hope of building new business relationships that could bring millions of dollars of economic investment... more »»

Chamber event puts focus on north Cape

June 5, 2019 All aboard, Cape Coral residents, for a taste — and a sip, from some of the best eateries the north Cape has to offer. more »»

Cape Coral estimated tax rolls up once again

June 5, 2019 The long winning streak for property values in Cape Coral will continue for another year. It also shows a sign that the sharp increases of the past few years may be leveling off. more »»

Council wrangles with composition of new Health Benefits Trust board

June 5, 2019 The city of Cape Coral moved forward Monday with an ordinance that would create a new Health Benefits Trust and board. more »»

South Cape road resurfacing project to begin soon

June 3, 2019 A road resurfacing project in the South Cape will begin in two weeks, according to a release issued today by the city of Cape Coral. During construction, on-street parking will be limite. more »»

Cape police looking for suspect, car stolen in burglary

May 31, 2019 On Wednesday, May 22, around 4 p.m., Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service on Southwest 33rd Terrace in reference to a burglary. more »»

Update: CCPD reports missing man found safe

May 31, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department reported at 11 a.m. today that Jay Patrick Irwin, who was reported as missing/endangered earlier this morning, has been found safe. more »»

CCPD seeks public help finding missing resident

May 31, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department is asking the public need for help locating a missing endangered adult. Jay Patrick Irwin, 57, of Cape Coral was reported this morning, May 31, as missing endangere. more »»

Get ready: Hurricane season begins Saturday

May 30, 2019 The country’s top hurricane predictors are forecasting 13 named storms for the forthcoming Atlantic hurricane season -- which begins Saturday -- a slightly below-average season in their estimates. more »»

Community rallies around Cape principal, Pine Island teacher

May 30, 2019 Jennifer Cann and her husband Chris have touched the lives of countless Cape Coral residents and members of the Southwest Florida community. more »»

Estimated taxable property valuations up countywide

May 30, 2019 Taxable property valuations are up throughout Lee County, according to preliminary estimates released by the Property Appraiser's Office late Thursday. Overall taxable valuation is up 5. more »»

Cape looks to use impact fees for design of gun range

May 30, 2019 A proposal to use $650,000 in police impact fee reserves to fund the design of a police department gun range is on the Cape Coral City Council consent agenda Monday. more »»

Don’t have your storm kit? ‘Sales Tax Holiday’ begins today

May 30, 2019 Residents across Florida will have the chance to stock up on hurricane supplies, tax-free, today through June 6. more »»

Project Lifesaver may get a reboot

May 30, 2019 Amidst reports that the Lee County Sheriff’s Office is discontinuing a program used to help locate those with dementia and other special needs, a group of Cape Coral residents want to buy their... more »»

Picnic in the Park: Monday’s event at Paul Sanborn Park kicks off summer feeding program

May 30, 2019 Lee County children who may not have access to a meal every day can eat free at a local park or school this summer. more »»



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