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DOT advises motorists to be aware of double Spring Training home games

February 21, 2017 Spring Training is back and Lee County’s Traffic Operations Center reminds motorists to be prepared for increased traffic near the stadiums at game time, especially when the Minnesota Twins and the... more »»

Gulf Coast Village: $31 million expansion nears opening

February 17, 2017 Palmview, the newly constructed 128-unit assisted living and memory support expansion at Gulf Coast Village, is accepting reservations now for seniors wanting to move in when the building opens in... more »»

Cape animal rescue sets Bow Wow Bash fundraiser

February 17, 2017 As Cape Coral awaits the completion of its first-ever large-scale animal shelter, a smaller rescue operation has been flying under the radar in the city for a couple of years. more »»

Proposed state legislation would assist craft breweries

February 17, 2017 A bill making its way through the Florida Senate would ease up on regulations for craft distilleries. Sponsored by state Sen. more »»

South Cape Mardi Gras looking to double attendance

February 17, 2017 Those unable to make it to the Big Easy in the coming weeks can enjoy a local celebration. more »»

‘Walk For Wishes’ 5K gives sick children a boost

February 17, 2017 Children with life-threatening medical conditions stand to benefit from funds being raised on Saturday, Feb. 25, through the 7th annual Walk For Wishes 5K Run/Walk. more »»

Golf Outing fundraiser to benefit LARC programs

February 17, 2017 Relatively new to Southwest Florida, Duffy’s Sports Grill now has three area locations, including one in Cape Coral. LARC, Inc. more »»

Matlacha annexation ‘facilitation’ begins

February 17, 2017 Once representatives from the city of Cape Coral and Matlacha got their emotions out in regards to the annexation of city-owned land on the island, things started to go more smoothly Thursday. more »»

See you at the Fair! Countdown begins to Lee County tradition

February 17, 2017 Since 1924, the Lee County Fair has made millions of great memories for people of all ages, from the time it was at Terry Park to today on the vast grounds of the Lee Civic Center. more »»

Incumbent files for re-election

February 17, 2017 The first among four Cape Coral City Council incumbents has filed the paperwork to run for re-election. Rick Williams submitted his initial financial paperwork to run again in District 6 last Frida. more »»

Lee Health teams up for screening, aging events

February 17, 2017 The Lee Health Parish Nurse Program is teaming up with Right at Home In Home Care & Assistance and Shell Point Retirement Community to provide a series of free health screening and positive aging... more »»

Crane operator injured in accident released from hospital

February 17, 2017 A Cape Coral construction worker has been released from the hospital following an accident. more »»

Road closures set for Edison Grand Parade Saturday

February 16, 2017 On Saturday, Feb. 18, the Fort Myers Police Department will close the following roads beginning at 5 p.m. more »»

City provides new options to report unlicensed contractors

February 15, 2017 Cape Coral’s Code Compliance Division is providing direct links to report unlicensed contractors and unpermitted construction work. more »»

Valentines' Valentine

February 14, 2017 A Cape Coral couple's Valentine's Day hat trick surely topped any exchange of candy, flowers or jewelry Tuesday. more »»

Contracts for Cape Streetscape Project approved

February 14, 2017 City Council voted unanimously Monday night to enter into two contracts relating to the Streetscape Project on Southeast 47th Terrace, one for professional design services with CPH Inc. more »»

14 appointed to city’s new Youth Council

February 14, 2017 Cape Coral City Council appointed the first 14 members of the new Youth Council at Monday night's regular meeting. more »»

One more flight

February 14, 2017 About 70 years ago, for nearly three years, Paul Sanborn trained to become a member of a team that flew B-24 bombers. But by the time he and his crew were ready to go to war, it had already ende. more »»

Cirque Italia comes to Cape Coral this weekend

February 14, 2017 Cirque Italia, the Water Circus, will be in Cape Coral for a seven-performance, four-day engagement starting Thursday and going into Sunda. more »»

Charter School Board approves new contract for Stephenson

February 14, 2017 Cape Coral Charter School superintendent Nelson Stephenson will have a new contract to continue leading the city's four charter school system into the future. more »»



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