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District 2: Carioscia, LaGrasta move forward

September 15, 2015 John Carioscia, city councilman in District 2 and the lone incumbent running, easily took the top spot the four-way primary battle in his district on Tuesday with more than 43 percent of the vote. more »»

District 3: Stout, Cammarota advance to general election

September 15, 2015 City Council District 3 candidates Marilyn Stout and Chris Cammarota will move forward from Tuesday’s primary election to face one another in Novembe. more »»

District 7: Cosden, Barrier advance

September 15, 2015 Jessica Cosden and Timothy Barrier will face off in the Nov. 5 general election after they earned the top two positions in the District 7 primary on Tuesday. Cosden handily came in on top with 46. more »»

Clawson meets with constituents at military museum

September 15, 2015 U.S. Rep. Curt Clawson is spending the next week in Southwest Florida listening to concerns and discussing current events with constituents. more »»

Cape, LCEC, to meet concerning permit appeal

September 15, 2015 The city of Cape Coral and LCEC officials will meet next week in hope of resolving an appeal over permitting for a line rebuild to serve the county’s island communities. more »»

Ground broken for Gulf Coast Village expansion

September 15, 2015 By the spring of 2017, Gulf Coast Village will have an all-new facility to help meet the growing need for assisted living and senior housing in the city. more »»

School board appoints acting district superintendent

September 15, 2015 The Lee County School District appointed Dr. more »»

Rhode Island man arrested in July 4 crash in Cape Coral

September 15, 2015 A Rhode Island man is awaiting extradition to Lee County on two counts of DUI manslaughter. As of Tuesday, Montaigu . more »»

Man charged in billiards hall crash released on bond

September 15, 2015 A driver has been charged in a Cape Coral pool hall crash that killed one and injured others. The Lee County Sheriff's Office took William Henry Gulliver, 75, of 2230 Palm Ave., St. more »»

Council corrects fee schedules error

September 15, 2015 In an abbreviated special Cape Coral City Council meeting Monday night, the seven members in attendance unanimously approved corrections to three resolutions that were previously approved. more »»

Site selected for North Fort Myers library

September 15, 2015 When the new North Fort Myers Regional Library opens in the next couple years, patrons will have to do is go to the old location and walk a littl. more »»

LCEC files appeal over rebuild permitting

September 14, 2015 LCEC has filed an administrative appeal with the city of Cape Coral over what utility officials say are unreasonable conditions placed upon project permits for a project LCEC hopes will provide... more »»

Suspect arrested in July 4th double fatality crash

September 13, 2015 A Rhode Island man was arrested by Pawtucket police Saturday and charged in a July 4 Cape Coral crash that injured four people, two of whom died as a result. Montaigu . more »»

Driver accused of driving into billiards parlor charged with DUI manslaughter

September 12, 2015 A St. James City man who drove through the front windows of a Cape Coral pool hall in July, injuring three, one fatally, faces multiple charges in the crash. more »»

Council passes tentative budget, millage

September 11, 2015 Coming up with a tentative budget proved to be a little more difficult than passing the millage rate as the Cape Coral City Council held the first of two public hearings on the 2016 budget Thursday... more »»

Cape council primary election day is Tuesday

September 11, 2015 With early voting wrapping up this weekend, the primary election is scheduled for Tuesday. As of Thursday afternoon, 9. more »»

Question of the Week, Week 8: Message for the voters

September 11, 2015 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Arrest made in Boathouse burglary

September 11, 2015 A Cape Coral man has been charged with burglary of a local restaurant after police say they found a cigarette with his DNA on scene. Jeffrey J. Hay, 33, of 1722 SW Santa Barbara Pl. more »»

Children's hospital: Ceremony marks major milestone

September 11, 2015 Excitement flowed out of a large tent Wednesday morning as Lee Memorial board of directors, legislators, physicians and many Lee Memorial Health System staff members and donors gathered for the... more »»

Superintendent resigns: What’s next for Lee Schools?

September 11, 2015 With Lee County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Nancy Graham’s resignation Tuesday, the school system has a number of questions moving forward. more »»



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