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Vietnam Brotherhood pays tribute to veteran

February 12, 2020 Last Friday at Eco Park in Cape Coral, members of the Vietnam Brotherhood and loved ones celebrated the life of a fellow veteran who passed away in late 2019.  Staff Sg. more »»

Community continues to support Pichon, Pine Island Playhouse

February 12, 2020 Multi-generational performers abound at Pine Island's only local community theatre. more »»

Pine Island Art Show held at North Fort Myers Rec Center

February 12, 2020 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Burrowing Owl Festival set for Feb. 29

February 12, 2020 The 18th annual Burrowing Owl Festival Wildlife & Environmental Exposition is will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 29 at Rotary Park in Cape Coral, 5505 Rose Garden Road. more »»

Cape Coral Animal Shelter 5 K Run set for March 21

February 12, 2020 The Cape Coral Animal Shelter will host an inaugural 5 K Run on March 21 beginning at the soon-to-open shelter at 325 SW 2nd Ave. Check-in and breakfast will begin at 7 a.. more »»

2020 Southwest Florida Wine & Food Fest auction lots announced

February 12, 2020 A stay on a private island in Belize, an unforgettable tour through Sonoma Wine Country, a Texan ranch retreat... more »»

Friends of Hope Luncheon to be held March 16

February 12, 2020 The annual Friends of Hope Luncheon will be held Monday, March 16, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa. more »»

Generous Lee fundraiser to be held Feb. 27

February 12, 2020 The Rist Family Foundation has announced that its inaugural Generous Lee (GLee) event will be held on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 5:30 p.m. at the Burroughs Home & Gardens—2505 First Street in Fort Myer. more »»

Gulf Coast Harmonizers offering Singing Valentines

February 11, 2020 February is here and love is in the air! Valentines Day is right around the corner and Gulf Coast Harmonizers quartets are gearing up for another season of delivering Singing Valentines! This is... more »»

Council-ordered investigations continuing

February 11, 2020 A pair of investigations into alleged staff actions authorized by Cape Coral City Council a month ago are still ongoing. more »»

Parks still bogged down by owls, kayak concerns

February 11, 2020 Owls at Braden Park and Sands Park, a kayak facility at Tropicana Park -- Cape Coral residents had a number of questions during citizens input at Monday’s City Council meetin. more »»

Impeachment acquittal: No one surprised

February 6, 2020 For the third time in the history of the United States of America, a president was acquitted of charges that could have resulted in removal from office. more »»

Owl ‘eviction’ plan appealed

February 6, 2020 A Cape resident is appealing a Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission decision that gives the city of Cape Coral permission to remove a burrowing owl nest from a downtown park where the city holds on... more »»

Pickleball courts protest under way

February 6, 2020 Giuffrida Park is the oldest neighborhood park in Cape Coral, as well as one of the smallest. more »»

Utility project earmarked for Yellow Fever Creek Preserve

February 6, 2020 With Cape Coral City Council finally expected to consider a consulting contract for the next phase of the city’s multi-million dollar Utility Expansion Project next month, city staff is continuing t... more »»

Tickets on sale for Cape Coral Animal Shelter '80s Decade Party

February 6, 2020 Do you miss the days of hair bands, leg warmers and parachute pants? Next month, the Cape Coral Animal Shelter will host its annual Decade Party, with this year’s theme paying tribute to the ’80s. more »»

Tropicana Park, investigations update on Council agenda Monday

February 6, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council is expected to get updates Monday on two subjects of controversy -- Tropicana Park and a proposal to allow water sports there, and a pair of administrative investigation. more »»

Volunteers sought for ‘Feed My Starving Children’ event

February 6, 2020 A total of 900 volunteers are needed to help Cape Coral MobilePack reach its goal of packing 200,000 meals for the Feed My Starving Children program. more »»

Gulf Middle students make anti-vaping pledge

February 6, 2020 More than 500 students at Gulf Middle School took the pledge to not vape by joining the American Heart Association's #QuitLying campaign, the first school in Lee County to do so. more »»

Former candidate files suit against city of Cape Coral

February 6, 2020 A former candidate for the Lee County School Board has filed suit against the city of Cape Coral alleging his arrest by the Cape Coral Police Department harmed his reputation and cost him the... more »»



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