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Two arrested in drug-related shooting death

July 1, 2017 Cape Coral Police detectives have arrested two men in connection with a shooting death officials say was connected with a drug deal that went wrong. more »»

CCPD investigating shooting death

June 30, 2017 Cape Coral police detectives are investigating a shooting in northwest Cape Coral Thursday night that left one person dea. more »»

Church volunteer remembered for giving

June 30, 2017 Jo Ann Leasure was the kind of a woman who loved to be in the mix, whether it be as a city council member in New Jersey or in her church in North Fort Myers. That’s what Dr. more »»

Red, White & Boom; Cape’s Independence Day celebration planned for Tuesday

June 29, 2017 One of the city's biggest events is planned for Tuesday in celebration of the Fourth of July. more »»

Freedom 5k and Kid’s Fun Run taking off in the morning

June 29, 2017 By JIM LINETTE jlinette@breezenewspaprs.com The Freedom 5K & Kids Fun Run on July 4 continues to grow in popularity as the 6th annual event approaches next wee. more »»

Red, White & Brew; Trolley event to kickstart the holiday

June 29, 2017 Beer fanatics with a taste for domestics can sample several at a holiday event this weekend. more »»

Best of Cape Coral; Businesses feted at luncheon

June 29, 2017 Businesses by the score gathered at Overtime Pizza Wednesday for the annual Best of Cape Coral awards luncheon, presented by the Cape Coral Breeze. more »»

Cape Coral mayor’s race heats up to seven

June 29, 2017 The number of announced candidates for mayor jumped to seven this week. more »»

Cape’s newest centenarian stays very active

June 29, 2017 Some who showed up in the Egret Room at Gulf Coast Village on Wednesday for the 100th birthday celebration of Ruth Cable likely walked past her. more »»

Grades up at Lee schools; district earns a ‘B’

June 29, 2017 The School Distict of Lee County saw overall improvement for the 2016-17 school year, according to preliminary grades released Thursday by the Florida Department of Education. more »»

‘Historic’ traffic numbers expected this holiday weekend

June 29, 2017 AAA projects a record setting 4th of July holiday when 44.2 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles from home to celebrate with family or visit a travel destination. more »»

Holiday celebrants urged to put safety first

June 29, 2017 With the Fourth of July coming up next week, Cape Coral residents may be considering buying fireworks to add a little boom to their holiday celebration. more »»

Bicyclist injured in crash released from hospital

June 29, 2017 A Cape Coral bicyclist was released from the hospital following a crash earlier this month. more »»

Driver in ‘fair condition’ following crash

June 29, 2017 A Cape Coral driver remained hospitalized on Thursday following a bridge accident last week. Gail Phillipa Smith, 52, of 140 S.E. more »»

Driver released from hospital

June 29, 2017 A Cape Coral driver was released from the hospital after his vehicle was recently T-boned. As of Thursday, Pablo A. Zuniga, 31, of 5239 S.W. more »»

CCPD searching for brake-repair fraudster

June 28, 2017 Cape Coral Police detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man running a break-repair scam in parking lots. more »»

Businesses advised: ‘Have a hurricane plan’

June 27, 2017 With hurricane season under way, North Fort Myers businesses were advised to make sure they had a storm plan read. more »»

Governor signs Cameron Mayhew Act

June 27, 2017 Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed HB 1239 — the Cameron May-hew Act — into law on Monday according to House Rep. Dane Eagle of Cape Coral, who co-sponsored the bill with Sen. more »»

Cape man victim of Fort Myers plane crash

June 27, 2017 The Cape Coral man who died in a small plane crash in Fort Myers on Saturday has been identified by the Lee County Sheriff's Office investigators as Marc Scott. more »»

Lee County operations make adjustments for Independence Day

June 27, 2017 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 on Monday, July 3. more »»

 
 

 

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