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Kiwanis awards $269,000 in scholarships

May 17, 2018 The Cape Coral Kiwanis Foundation awarded $269,000 in scholarships at its Scholarship Awards dinner Wednesday. Twenty seniors received help with their college tuition for the next four years. more »»

Two farmers markets continue through summer

May 17, 2018 Although the Cape Coral Farmers Market South Cape location has completed its season, fresh veggie lovers can continue to shop the market every Saturday at the Cape Coral Farmers Market at Cape... more »»

Deadline approaching for Memorial Day Tribute Banners

May 17, 2018 With Memorial Day around the corner, the Southwest Florida Military Tribute Banner Program is offering a way to honor any former or current member of the military in Cape Coral. more »»

Flag raising to be held at historic veterans cemetery

May 17, 2018 A somewhat “forgotten” section of the Fort Myers cemetery will come to life this Saturday on Armed Forces Day. more »»

Zonta, PACE, to hold Cape’s first ‘Love That Dress’ fundraiser for At-Risk Girls

May 17, 2018 Cape Coral will get its first “Love That Dress” fundraiser for the PACE Center for Girls, thanks to Zonta International. The event is set for Thursday, May 24, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. more »»

Congressman Rooney announces Service Academy Day details

May 17, 2018 Congressman Francis Rooney has announced details of the annual Congressional District Military Academy Day. This year’s Military Academy Day will be held on Saturday, May 26, from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. more »»

Cape man among those charged with May 13 murder in Fort Myers 

May 16, 2018 On Tuesday, May 15, the Fort Myers Police Department arrested five suspects in connection to the murder of Daryl D. more »»

Zoning change for housing complex OK’d

May 15, 2018 Despite all the pleas from residents who live nearby a proposed affordable housing development on Nelson Road, Cape Coral City Council approved a measure to change the zoning on the property from... more »»

Arts Alive

May 15, 2018 Whether it was the fourth-and fifth-grade choir singing “A World of Music” or dancers portraying themselves as fireflies or the drama class giving their tribute to a certain 70s educational series,... more »»

Cape to hire 23 officers for schools 

May 15, 2018 To comply with new state school safety mandates, the city of Cape Coral will hire 23 police officers to cover district and city charter campuses. Start-up costs are expected to be about $2. more »»

City Council tables eagle ordinance

May 15, 2018 Concerning a controversial ordinance that would reduce the bald eagle nest management zone to federal guidelines within the city, Cape Coral City Council decided in a 5-2 vote to table the discussio... more »»

Seven Seas Bait and Tackle's final dock party of season Sunday to feature blues guitarist RJ Howson

May 15, 2018 This Sunday, May 20, from 1-5 p.m., RJ Howson “and Friends” are performing at Seven Seas Bait and Tackle. Howson is one of the premier blues guitarists in the country. more »»

67th annual Hibiscus Show/Plant Sale June 3 at Araba Shrine Temple

May 15, 2018 The James E. Hendry Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society will hold its 67th annual Hibiscus Show/Plant Sale Sunday, June 3, from 1-4 p.m., at the Araba Shrine Temple, 2010 Hanson S. more »»

Digital Knight recognizes creative talent at North High

May 15, 2018 By CHUCK?BALLARO Every year, the talent gets better, and the work gets more complex and creative. more »»

Cape Coral rescinds temporary burn ban

May 15, 2018 The city of Cape Coral has rescinded the temporary burn ban issued on May 3. Recent rain has decreased the Keetch-Byram Drought Index from “extreme” levels to “moderate” levels. more »»

Assistant city manager reassigned; administative investigation continues

May 11, 2018 The city of Cape Coral's No. 2 administrator is expected to return to work Monday but in a different capacity while an administrative investigation continues. more »»

Chamber recognizes students, teachers

May 10, 2018 The 26th annual Excellence in Education awards, hosted by the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Breeze Newspapers took place Tuesday evening at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre in Fort... more »»

Marine, wife spend ‘honeymoon’ on Captiva with help from OOA

May 10, 2018 A young U.S. Marine is visiting Florida for the first time to spend a week on Captiva with his wife, thanks to the efforts of Operation Open Arms and the non-profit organization’s partner. more »»

CCPD investigating crash on Pine Island Road

May 10, 2018 Shortly after 2 p.m. today, the Cape Coral Police Department reported that officers are on scene of a traffic crash at the intersection of Northeast Pine Island Road and Del Prado Boulevard North. more »»

School district touts proposed sales tax

May 10, 2018 With a $478 million shortfall in capital revenue projected over the next five years, the Lee County School District is seeking one thing that five other “growth districts” in Florida have in place. more »»



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