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The League of Women Voters and the Alliance for the Arts to host candidates forums beginning July 12 with District 6 school board race

July 5, 2018 The League of Women Voters and the Alliance for the Arts will hold a series of open-to-the-public candidates forum. more »»

City issues blue-green algae advisory

July 3, 2018 The city of Cape Coral is alerting residents to the presence of blue-green algae along the Caloosahatchee River and near the Yacht Club Beach. more »»

FHP to conduct DUI Wolfpack Operation tonight

July 3, 2018 The Florida Highway Patrol will hold a DUI Wolfpack Operation beginning at 8 p.m. today, July 3, until 4 a.m., Wednesday, July 4. The Wolfpack Operation will take place in Collier and Lee Count. more »»

Lee County operations make adjustments for Independence Day

July 3, 2018 The Fourth of July holiday will result in some closures and schedule changes for Lee County operations. Lee County offices will be open for regular business hours Tuesday, July 3. more »»

Mayor Coviello to discuss city's future at Cape Coral Social Club meeting

July 2, 2018 The public is invited to join members and guests of the Cape Coral Social Club to hear Mayor Joe Coviello speak about the future of the Cape. This event will take place at 9:30 a.. more »»

Eagle to be featured speaker at Republican Women’s luncheon

July 2, 2018 State Rep. Dane Eagle will be the featured speaker at the monthly Fort Myers Republican Women’s luncheon on Tuesday, July 17. He will provide a legislative update from this year’s session. more »»

Free educational film showing

July 2, 2018 A free educational film showing: The 1% Gobble: A Half-Hour Film on Inequality, will be presented by the author of The New Enlightenment, A 21st Century Peaceful American Revolution, at 6 p.m. more »»

Toxins in Caloosahatchee exceed EPA recreational threshold

June 29, 2018 Water testing results have revealed the cyanobacteria in the Caloosahatchee is releasing toxins. Cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, was detected in the last couple of weeks. more »»

City, Waste Pro working to resolve trash collection issues in Cape Coral

June 29, 2018 Issues with Cape Coral's trash removal service Waste Pro have come to a head. more »»

Toxins in Caloosahatchee exceed EPA recreational threshold

June 29, 2018 Water testing results have revealed the cyanobacteria in the Caloosahatchee is releasing toxins. Cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, was detected in the last couple of week. more »»

‘It's like Armageddon out here:' Red tide causes large fish kill in area waters

June 29, 2018 Fishing Capt. Rhett Morris ticks off the species he's watched floating dead in the Gulf of Mexico: snook. tarpon, goliath grouper, black drum, Spanish mackerel, cobia and a 10-foot manatee. more »»

“It's like Armageddon out here:” red tide causes large fish kill near Boca Grande

June 28, 2018 * Update: As of press time, red tide was not present in central Lee Count. more »»

Mandate bumps school safety spending needs

June 28, 2018 Upon voter approval in November for the Lee County School District half cent sales tax referendum, the district voted this week to increase spending from $8,159,801 to $57. more »»

Red, White & BOOM! — July 4th in the Cape

June 28, 2018 Ah, the Fourth of July. Summer. Cookouts. Baseball. Fireworks. All of America's favorite pastimes rolled into one big sha'bang to celebrate the independence of our country. more »»

Red, White & Brew, too

June 28, 2018 Cape Coral residents looking to fast track their 4th of July holiday can find just the ticket in South Cape Hospitality & Entertainment Association's sixth annual Red, White & Brew trolley pub craw. more »»

50 years of fireworks — Cape marks July 4th milestone

June 28, 2018 This year marks the 50th year Cape Coral will put on a firework show for its residents on the 4th of July, quite the milestone for a city founded only 61 years ago. more »»

Heavy holiday travel predicted

June 28, 2018 The 4th of July is the most traveled summer holiday, with motorists ready to red, white and vroom to their holiday destinations in record fashio. more »»

CCPD, LCEC, offer fireworks-related advice

June 28, 2018 As you may have noticed, firework tents and paraphernalia have been popping up along roadsides and in stores across Cape Coral and Southwest Florida. more »»

‘Best of Cape Coral’ winners honored

June 28, 2018 More than 300 people from nearly 100 companies were honored at Cape Cabaret Wednesday as the Cape Coral Breeze presented its “Best of Cape Coral” reader’s choice awards in categories that ran the... more »»

Oasis outdoor education park plan unveiled

June 28, 2018 Oasis Elementary School teacher Janet Altini wanted something special to replace the park at the school that was destroyed by Hurricane Irma, and she enlisted the help of her students to help make... more »»

 
 

 

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