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Veteran Jam

September 3, 2014 You can almost guarantee that thousands of cigarette lighters and cell phones will light up the Lee Civic Center when “God Bless the USA” is sung. more »»

Bus driver injured in accident released from hospital

September 3, 2014 A Cape Coral bus driver has been released from the hospital following a fatal accident on U.S. 41. As of Tuesday, Victoria G. more »»

Two charged with producing marijuana

September 3, 2014 A man and woman are accused of growing marijuana inside of a rental house in Cape Coral. Guillermo Abreu, 28, and Meivys Escano, 29, both of 2014 N.W. more »»

Men facing trafficking charges following grow house bust

September 3, 2014 Two Cape Coral men are facing drug trafficking charges following a grow house bust last week. Juan Daniel Lopez Jr., 36, of 1712 N.W. Sixth Place, and Sean Michael Merrigan, 46, of 2723 S.W. more »»

Cape Historical Museum to reopen today

September 3, 2014 The Cape Coral Historical Museum, closed for the months of July and August, will reopen to the public today, Sept. 3. Normal hours of operation are 1-4 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. more »»

Sun Splash offering special admission price

September 3, 2014 Sun Splash Family Waterpark is offering a special admission price of $10 per person (plus tax) the final two weekends of the 2014 season — Sept. 6-7 and 13-1. more »»

Tibetan monk Geshe-La to visit Pine Island Sept. 12

September 3, 2014 Geshe Thupten Phelgye is a fully accomplished meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism. As part of his United States tour, he will visit Pine Island on Friday, Sep. more »»

Sanibel researcher seeks answers to questions about a rare bird

September 3, 2014 In a world of hyper-examination, it’s hard to imagine wildlife that biologists know little about. more »»

CCPD: Serial burglar gets 20 years

September 2, 2014 A burglar linked to dozens of break-ins in Cape Coral has pled to 20 years in prison, according to authorities. Michael Scott Spees, 45, of 1005 N.E. Eighth Terrace, was arrested Nov. more »»

Exotic to classic expected at Sept. 1 car show

August 28, 2014 A young Scot Congress was so excited with a new family stationwagon that he spent the night curled up in the back seat. more »»

‘Opt-out’ aftermath: School District looks to move forward

August 28, 2014 With the Lee County School Board’s decision Wednesday to “opt out” of statewide assessment testing, personnel of the school district were left scrambling to formulate a plan Thursday morning. more »»

Sam’s Club starts hiring

August 28, 2014 It’s time to get those resumes updated and your interview skills sharpene. more »»

Raising awareness: Labor Day rally focuses on maternity care

August 28, 2014 A worldwide rally is planned for Labor Day to call attention to a perceived healthcare crisis surrounding maternity care in the United States. more »»

Westin Resort offers meeting room space

August 28, 2014 Business professionals arriving in Southwest Florida who needs space equipped with meeting necessities can now rent a room by the hour in a moment’s notice at Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina... more »»

Need for more people continuing city theme

August 28, 2014 As it did three weeks earlier in a budget workshop session, Cape Coral City Council members sat down with the last eight department heads Wednesday night to hear their specific needs to be addressed... more »»

First Cape resident passes at 88

August 27, 2014 He was a war hero, a leader in the Jewish community, a great businessman, and an even better family man. To people in Cape Coral, he was simply known as the first. more »»

Benacquisto retains seat

August 26, 2014 This time around, Lizbeth Benacquisto stood firmly on top of the heap. more »»

Pendergrass wins; Hamman advances

August 26, 2014 Lee County voters decided to stick with one incumbent on the Lee County Commission during Tuesday’s primary election, while the incumbent in a second race will move on to November. more »»

Fischer, LaRiviere win seats; Armstrong, Teuber advance

August 26, 2014 Two Lee County School Board races were decided Tuesday night in the primary election, while two opponents in a third race will move forward to battle it out in November. more »»

 
 

 

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