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Property tax referendum to be ‘introduced’ to Council Monday

May 31, 2018 A proposed property tax referendum to fund $60 million in parks improvements will be formally introduced to the Cape Coral City Council — and the public — on Monda. more »»

Eagle setback ordinance to be considered Monday

May 31, 2018 After the Cape Coral City Council made it clear after its May 14 regular meeting that it wanted more information regarding data on eagles, it is expected to decide Monday whether to approve an... more »»

Cape to consider beer ban during states of emergency

May 31, 2018 By CHUCK?BALLARO news@breezenwspapers. more »»

Summer Feeding Kickoff slotted for Monday

May 31, 2018 Youths 18 and younger have the opportunity to partake in a free lunch program at Jim Jeffers Park this summer, as well as participate in some activities through the Fun-Mobile. more »»

Shell Factory to hold hurricane seminar Tuesday

May 30, 2018 North Fort Myers residents looking for hurricane preparedness tips will have an opportunity to hear from the experts next Tuesday. more »»

Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce names Kayla McGuire 2018 Mango Queen

May 30, 2018 The Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce named Kayla McGuire as named Mango Queen for 2018 at its monthly card exchange meeting last Wednesday night at Cap'n Con'. more »»

Upcoming hurricane seminars

May 30, 2018 Area residents looking for helpful hints to prepare for hurricane season have a number of seminars from which to choos. more »»

Cape Coral man dies in pressroom accident at Pennsylvania newspaper

May 30, 2018 ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A contractor became trapped underneath a piece of machinery that was being removed from the pressroom of a Pennsylvania newspaper, suffering fatal injuries. more »»

67th annual Hibiscus Show/Plant Sale set for Sunday

May 30, 2018 The James E. Hendry Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society will hold its 67th annual Hibiscus Show/Plant Sale this Sunday, June 3. from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Free autism screenings for young children offered June 15

May 30, 2018 Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Florida, offers a free monthly autism spectrum disorder screening for toddlers 18... more »»

State of Our Schools Breakfast: It's been a very good year

May 29, 2018 Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts gang gathered at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre this past Friday morning for the 27th annual Partners in Education State of Our Schools Breakfast. more »»

Coral Ridge holds 37th Memorial Day service

May 29, 2018 Despite the threat of thunderstorms from Suptropical Storm Alberto lingering, hundreds turned out Monday for the 37th Memorial Day service at Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery. more »»

Memorial Day observed at Iraq War monument in Cape Coral

May 29, 2018 In the history of this country, hundreds of thousands of Americans have given their lives to ensure our freedom. more »»

Junior golf association expresses interest in old golf course acreage

May 25, 2018 New developments in the purchase of the old Cape Coral Golf Club acreage by the city of Cape Coral could involve some help from private entities. more »»

Cape eyes November tax referendum

May 25, 2018 Cape Coral residents may get an opportunity this fall to decide whether they would like to pay a little more in property taxes to fund parks and recreation projects. more »»

Heavy traffic expected for Memorial Day weekend

May 25, 2018 Memorial Day is viewed by many to be the unofficial start of summer, with the long weekend giving way to many traveling across the country. more »»

Lee County operations prepared for anticipated rain event

May 25, 2018 Lee County’s Emergency Management, Natural Resources and the Department of Transportation are monitoring Subtropical Storm Alberto and the rain expected this holiday weekend. more »»

Honoring the fallen: There are many Memorial Day events in Cape, area

May 25, 2018 Memorial Day is a day of remembrance. more »»

Hurricane Irma’s still having lasting affects with spread of parvovirus in SWFL

May 25, 2018 Even as Southwest Florida starts its 2018 Hurricane Season, last year’s storm event of Hurricane Irma is still having a residual effect on the area’s dog population – specifically the puppies. more »»

Vets group calls for ‘CAMO Alert’

May 25, 2018 Veterans returning home from duty often navigate a minefield of obstacles when acclimating themselves back into the civilian world. more »»

 
 

 

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