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Election 2017 Question of the Week: Residential parking regulations

September 1, 2017 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife to meet Tuesday

September 1, 2017 The Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, Sept. 5, at the Rotary Park Environmental Center. 5055 Rose Garden Way, Cape Cora. more »»

Early voting set to begin Tuesday

August 31, 2017 Early voting in the Cape Coral municipal election starts Tuesday and runs for five days through Saturday, Sept. 9. more »»

Update: Rally to denounce hate groups and hate crimes canceled

August 31, 2017 Due to Hurricane Irma, the #CoralCoralStrong anti-hate rally has been canceled. more »»

UDPATE: Woman dead after officer-involved shooting on Fort Myers Beach

August 31, 2017 UPDATE: This story is being updated with new information. The individual who died in an officer-involved shooting on Fort Myers Beach Thursday has been identified as Debi Lynn Thorkelson, 54. more »»

Threatening flier: KKK: It wasn’t us

August 31, 2017 A Cape Coral City Council candidate received a threatening flier over the weekend, but the group alleged to be behind the message is denying that it came from them. more »»

City puts out land swap feeler for old golf course site

August 31, 2017 The city of Cape Coral’s administrative staff has broached the possibility of a land swap with the owner of the old golf course sit. more »»

Labor Day weekend: Law enforcement to be out in ‘full force’

August 31, 2017 With the Labor Day weekend set to kick off, law enforcement authorities have a few tips to keep residents and visitors safe during the long holiday. Since Aug. more »»

Doggie Wash:Veterinary students to hold fundraiser

August 31, 2017 A new upcoming fundraiser planned in Cape Coral is going to the dogs — literally. The Veterinary Assisting Program at Cape Coral Technical College will host a dog wash Sept. 8 from noon to 3 p.. more »»

Cape Coral Council to hold first budget hearing Thursday

August 31, 2017 With Monday being the observance of the Labor Day holiday, Cape Coral City Council does not meet again until Thursday, Sept. 7. more »»

Cape Royal to open full course to the public Oct. 1

August 31, 2017 Royal Tee Golf Course that was shuttered last August, then purchased by the Cape Royal Homeowners Association a few months later, is rising from the ashes with a fresh new start when it opens to the... more »»

Heavy rainfall takes its toll on Lee County

August 31, 2017 A few days of sunshine were a welcome sight for Southwest Floridians this week following three days of torrential rain that flooded many areas, closed streets and schools, and resulted in some peopl... more »»

ARC to rescue pets left homeless by Harvey

August 31, 2017 Any time there has been a crisis involving animals, the Animal Refuge Center in North Fort Myers has always been there to lend a hand. more »»

Hospitality industry awards honors extraordinary customer service

August 31, 2017 Hundreds of people celebrated exceptional customer service at the Elaine McLaughlin Outstanding Hospitality Service Awards today. more »»

In wake of Hurricane Harvey, officials say consumers should research charities before giving

August 31, 2017 In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and historic flooding across southeast Texas, Commissioner Adam H. Putnam advises Floridians to visit FloridaConsumerHelp. more »»

City puts out land swap feeler for old golf course acreage

August 30, 2017 The city of Cape Coral's administrative staff has broached the possibility of a land swap with the owner of the old golf course site. more »»

Council OKs six resolutions for tax bill

August 29, 2017 City Council approved all six resolutions Monday night to be put on the Lee County tax bill for collection. more »»

Cape Coral rains

August 29, 2017 People paddling along flooded streets in kayaks, abandoned partially-submerged vehicles scattered across the city and residential boats docks that vanished under the rising canal waters. more »»

Aubuchon Homes celebrates 25 years in business

August 29, 2017 Gary Aubuchon loves to tell the story of how he came to Florida out of college with one dollar in his pocket and how for the first two years in business he ran the operation from his hom. more »»

Szerlag updates council on flooding issues due to rain

August 29, 2017 Between Friday and Monday, the city's Emergency Operations Center was activated to address flooding and other issues associated with the unprecedented weekend rain event during which up to 20 inches... more »»

 
 

 

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