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Cape Council moves city elections back to even years

January 15, 2019 Cape Coral voters will again elect city council members on the same ballots that also contain federal, state and county races. more »»

'Fake Threat…Real Consequences:' Lee schools, police, to treat all treats severely

January 15, 2019 By CJ HADDAD Lee County schools and law enforcement have a message for students and parents: Threats are not funny and will not be treated as a prank. more »»

Florida Southwestern State College opens its fifth Southwest Florida location

January 15, 2019 On Monday morning, Florida Southwestern State College opened its fifth location in Southwest Florida. more »»

Music Community to remember one of its own

January 15, 2019 A Celebration of Life will be held for a local musician who touched every life he crossed, human and animal alike, this Saturday at Dixie Roadhouse. more »»

Child dies after being struck by car in North Fort Myers

January 14, 2019 A 12-year old girl was fatally injured early Monday morning after she was stuck by a car while walking along Durrance Road. more »»

DeSantis, Rooney take action on water quality

January 11, 2019 Florida's officials are already setting their sights on algae. Newly sworn-in Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order Thursday in Bonita Springs to address the state's environmental crisis. more »»

DeSantis signs order to fight algae, red tide

January 11, 2019 TALLAHASSEE (AP) — Republican Gov. more »»

Cape readies for visit from ‘sister city’ delegates

January 10, 2019 As with an new relationship, Nita Whaley says forming a bond with Cape Coral’s sister city in Baise, China, will take some work. more »»

Cape Coral Arts & Music Festival returns this weekend

January 10, 2019 Lee County’s biggest special event returns to Cape Coral for it’s 34th year this weekend. more »»

Cape Chamber to mark 30th anniversary

January 10, 2019 The Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral is celebrating a milestone this year, as the city’s largest supporter of growing businesses has provided 30 years of service to the community. On Jan. more »»

Carl Veaux honored for environmental advocacy

January 10, 2019 When you think environmental activist in Cape Coral, or Southwest Florida for that matter, one name comes to the forefront — Carl Veau. more »»

Florida Highway Patrol urges drivers to ‘move over’

January 10, 2019 Being a trooper for the Florida Highway Patrol is a dangerous job, with the toughest part, perhaps, being avoiding oncoming vehicles during a traffic sto. more »»

Strides for Education 5K to step off Feb. 2

January 10, 2019 The community has the opportunity to support the Take Stock in Children program, while getting their 3. more »»

Cape to consider moving municipal elections

January 10, 2019 Cape Coral residents will get a say in whether they would like to vote for city officials on the same ballot that offers county, state and federal races. more »»

Cape Coral’s Tour de Cape set for Jan. 18-20

January 10, 2019 Cyclists and runners from near and far will gather next weekend for the 28th consecutive Tour de Cape, a weekend event featuring fun for beginners to experts alike. more »»

ECHO earns Charity Navigator’s highest rating

January 9, 2019 When individuals or organizations write out a check to ECHO, they are confident the money is going to be used efficiently and for what it is meant to be used for. more »»

NextEra Energy completes acquisition of Gulf Power

January 9, 2019 NextEra Energy, Inc., FPL's parent company, has completed its previously announced acquisition of Gulf Power Company from Southern Company, adding 450,000 new customers. more »»

New hire compensation bump, board appointment elicit council discussion

January 9, 2019 Cape Coral City Council debated a pair of issues Monday with each ultimately failing to get a unanimous nod. more »»

Multi-agency collaboration leads to narcotics arrest

January 9, 2019 On Tuesday, Jan. 8, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office Highway Interdiction Unit, the Cape Coral Police Department and the U.S. more »»

Dreikorn announces candidacy for Lee County Commission

January 9, 2019 Long-time Pine island resident and Fire Commissioner Dr. Michael Dreikorn announced Monday that he is running for County Commissioner District #1 in the 2020 electio. more »»

Take a nature walk at Powell Creek Friday

January 9, 2019 It’s that time of year again, when nature lovers from all over the country come to Southwest Florida to see the real Florida. more »»


Living Green workshops January 16, 2019

Every Wednesday, the public is invited to visit the Eco Living Center at Rutenberg Park in south Lee County to get information on how they can learn more about “green living” at home and work. more »




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