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Calusa Blueway speaker series kicks off Jan. 7

December 23, 2019 A Lee County program called Circumnavigating Florida with the Grandchil-dren will be the second talk in a series of free Calusa Blueway-related programs set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. more »»

Cape's holiday boat parade has been cancelled

December 21, 2019 The Holiday Boat-a-Long event at Four Freedoms Park set for today has been cancelled due to weather. more »»

17-year-old shot in Cape Coral

December 20, 2019 A 17-year- old youth was airlifted to Lee Memorial Hospital after he was shot in the north Cape Friday morning. "Due to the injury, he was transported to Lee Memorial Hospital by Life Flight. more »»

Weather may impact Cape's Holiday Boat-a-Long event set for Saturday

December 20, 2019 The Holiday Boat-a-Long event that is set for 4 p.m. to 10 p.m Saturday at Four Freedoms Park may be impacted by high winds and thunderstorms. more »»

Federal funding for ‘Glades gets nod

December 19, 2019 Federal funding towards Everglades restoration projects is poised to provide $200 million next yea. more »»

Boat-a-Long - Cape Coral holiday tradition continues Saturday

December 19, 2019 Update: The Holiday Boat-a-Long event that is set for 4 p.m. to 10 p.m Saturday at Four Freedoms Park may be impacted by high winds and thunderstorms, city officials said Friday. more »»

Fire Station 11 to also house ambulance crew

December 19, 2019 Lee County will station an additional ambulance and crew in the city of Cape Coral, bringing the total to seven. more »»

Rights of Nature forum to be held in Fort Myers

December 19, 2019 A movement to mandate additional legal protections for the Caloosahatchee will come to Fort Myers this weekend. more »»

Committee consideration of Cape parcel for 20/20 purchase expected Jan. 9

December 19, 2019 Consideration of a Cape Coral parcel for Conservation 20/20 land purchase is now expected to come before a county advisory committee in Januar. more »»

Harriet hatches first eaglet in pending brood of two

December 19, 2019 Harriet and M15 are parents again. more »»

Impeachment reviled, hailed

December 19, 2019 On Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump that have produced differing opinions for officials, lawmakers and candidates in Lee... more »»

Downtown Village Square edges forward

December 19, 2019 The long-awaited $150 million Downtown Village Square project appears to getting set in motion. more »»

Walk to benefit hurricane-slammed humane society

December 19, 2019 The damage and devastation Hurricane Dorian left in its wake not only impacted human life, but animals on the islands of the Bahamas as well. more »»

Hower named Lee's Teacher of the Year

December 18, 2019 The first day Samantha Hower walked onto the campus of Kent State University to begin her collegiate career, she switched her major to art education. more »»

Blood donation saves lives -- beginning with your own

December 18, 2019 Lee Health had its Blood Mobile out at the Pine Island Moose Lodge Saturday, Dec. 14, from 8 a.m. to noon. more »»

Matlacha official: Negotiations with city possible

December 18, 2019 The Matlacha Civic Association will still consider negotiations with the city of Cape Coral if annexation is guaranteed not to happen. more »»

Congressman Rooney to vote 'no' on impeachment of the President

December 18, 2019 Congressman Francis Rooney will vote against the impeachment of President Donald Trump. more »»

Parents indicted for murder in child's starvation death

December 18, 2019 A Cape Coral couple has been indicted with first degree murder and a host of related charges in the death of their 18-month old son, who died of extreme malnutrition. more »»

Riess pleads guilty to first degree murder, sentenced to life in prison

December 17, 2019 A Minnesota grandmother charged with killing a woman on Fort Myers Beach and stealing her identity while on the run in another homicide has pleaded guilty to first degree murder. more »»

CCCIA fetes the finest at ACE Awards

December 17, 2019 At the end of every year, the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association (CCCIA) celebrates the best of the past year while looking ahead to the next. more »»

 
 

 

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