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CCPD to conduct 'saturation patrols' Jan. 15-19

January 12, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department will conduct a traffic saturation operation next week, Jan. 15-19, from 6 a.m.- 8 p.m. each day. more »»

Public invited to Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Celebration on Monday

January 12, 2018 The City of Cape Coral and the Cape Coral Charter School Authority will host a “Unity Celebration” on Monday, Jan. 15, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. more »»

Lee Schools: Graduation rate hits highest level

January 12, 2018 Lee County's high school graduation rates have again improved, according to the 2016/17 graduation report released by the Florida Department of Education. more »»

Missing woman found safe

January 11, 2018 At 11:44 p.m. Wednesday, the Cape Coral Police Department reported that a woman who had been missing since Tuesday morning had been found safe. more »»

Construction of new fire station set to begin

January 11, 2018 For homeowners in the northwest Cape, Thursday’s groundbreaking for Fire Station No. 11 was something they had been waiting for for years. more »»

Legislative session ’18: ‘Bold initiatives’ lie ahead

January 11, 2018 The 2018 State Legislative session opened Tuesday. For the next two months, legislators will consider bills and, most importantly, create a state budget for the coming fiscal year. State Re. more »»

Cyclists, runners, gear up for Tour de Cape

January 11, 2018 Tour de Cape is more than just a bicycle ride, both in reality and theory. In reality, there's a kick-off celebration Friday, Jan. 19, from 5 to 8 p.. more »»

Cape Coral Arts & Music Festival Art festival in South Cape this weekend, to feature music

January 11, 2018 Three hundred artists will line Cape Coral Parkway this weekend during the annual Cape Coral Arts & Music Festiva. more »»

Cure on Wheels bike-a-thon: Aubuchon to ride to support cancer research

January 11, 2018 For the third year, Aubuchon Team of Companies President Gary Aubuchon will put on his gear and hop on his bike to “ride with passion and conviction” with the help of the community for this year’s... more »»

Eagle seeks funding for Cape autism facility

January 11, 2018 Cape Coral and Lee County are growing at a very quick pace. Yet, there are few resources for people with autism and their families to go to get the help they need. But if State Re. more »»

‘Helping Kids With Cancer’ Radiothon airs Friday

January 11, 2018 The 16th annual “Helping Kids With Cancer” radiothon airs today from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

27th annual Saint Andrew Festival continues

January 11, 2018 The Saint Andrew Festival stepped off Thursday night and will continue through the weekend on the school’s grounds. more »»

CCPD seeks public's help finding resident

January 10, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department is seeking the public's help in finding a missing Cape resident. According to a CCPD release issued shortly after 11 a.m. more »»

Bank robbery suspect composit released

January 10, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department has released a composite photo of the bank robbery suspect being sought for the robbery at Bank of the Ozarks on Jan. . more »»

Heroes & Hounds

January 9, 2018 They packed the stands and lined the field three deep in a field behind Sun Splash Family Waterpar. more »»

City urges residents to follow watering regulations

January 9, 2018 It’s that time of year again, Florida’s dry season, and Cape Coral residents are being reminded by the city to follow its lawn watering schedule to avoid water shortages and drough. more »»

Area's ‘power players’ feted for work in community

January 9, 2018 Professional advisors do a great deal of good for their clients and community, much of which doesn't get recognize. more »»

Drivers injured in van-school bus crash

January 9, 2018 Two people were seriously injured Tuesday morning after a van ran into the back of a stopped school bus in Lehigh Acre. more »»

Cape Coral to re-consider bridge fishing ban

January 9, 2018 Six years ago, the city of Cape Coral considered a ban on fishing from bridges after neighbors complained of littering, noise and people trespassing on their lawns. more »»

Dozens attend meeting on Kismet/Littleton realignment plans

January 9, 2018 One plan would displace three families and cost more than $11 million to complete, while the other displaces no one, utilizing land that is mostly unused and would come in with a price tag more than... more »»

 
 

 

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