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Kudos to Council - and it’s about time

January 18, 2019 Cape Coral City Council on Monday voted to move the Cape’s municipal elections back to even years, when voters countywide also cast ballots for federal, state and county races. more »»

 
 
 
Cape Coral: Fairs, festivals and so much more

January 11, 2019 What better way to kick off the new year than with a Cape tradition? The Rotary Club of Cape Coral will again jumpstart our community’s yearly major events schedule with its ever-popular Arts & Musi... more »»

Didn’t get a flu shot? Get one now.

January 4, 2019 Last year, we opened 2018 urging those who had not yet received a flu shot to get one. This year, for much the same reason, we are repeating that advice. more »»

New Year’s revelations

December 28, 2018 An environmental disaster of unprecedented scale, a slap of heartbreaking reality on the public safety front — and progress nonetheless. more »»

Weigh in on water quality policies

December 20, 2018 Saying they are tired of the Caloosahatchee and St. more »»

Help make sure everyone has a Merry Christmas

December 14, 2018 Time is short for those of us who have fallen behind on our Christmas shoppin. more »»

It’s easy to lend Santa a hand

December 7, 2018 Cape Coral, and indeed Lee County, is a wonderful place to live and work, to raise a family or enjoy retirement. For most of us, anyway. more »»

Shopping at local stores makes sense

November 30, 2018 Many of us get a little crazy during the holidays. Sometimes we just don’t use our head. more »»

Ailing system

November 20, 2018 We are strong free market proponents. Competition between and among private businesses is the bedrock of a sound demand-and-supply economy. We endorse that predicate. more »»

Have a happy Thanksgiving

November 15, 2018 For some of us, the whole “pumpkin spice” thing is as old as childhood. more »»

Optimism at the polls

November 9, 2018 Southwest Floridians are notably frugal when it comes to taxes. That’s not a bad thing. more »»

Agreement across the aisle: Your vote matters

November 1, 2018 As election day approaches for the key mid-terms, Lee County has found itself among focal point communities across the country targeted by high-level politicians stumping for vote. more »»

Battle won, fight goes on

October 26, 2018 Southwest Floridians horrified by this summer’s unprecedented environmental disaster received some good news on the water quality front this week. more »»

Give - but give wisely

October 18, 2018 One of life’s hardest lessons to accept is that where most of us see tragedy, there are others who see opportunity. That is seldom more true than in the wake of a natural disaster. more »»

Packed ballot Nov. 6; Vote-by-mail

October 12, 2018 Lee Countians planning to vote in the Nov. 6 General Election are facing a lengthy ballot. more »»

Winds of change

October 4, 2018 “Speak up! Be a disrupter. Some people think that’s a bad thing, but it’s not. It wakes people up. Make those phone calls. more »»

Thanks - and no thanks

September 28, 2018 After more than 2-1/2 years of on-again, off-again negotiations, the city of Cape Coral and its electric services provider, LCEC, have reached a new franchise agreement that will take the city... more »»

Water pact win-win

September 21, 2018 Residents of Cape Coral and Fort Myers who have demanded action on water quality issues and have said they are willing to pay for cleaner water got some action Monday. more »»

Support the cause, support your neighbors

September 13, 2018 The devastation wrought by the double punch of a 125-mile swatch of red tide off Gulf Coast beaches from Marco Island to Tampa Bay and the plague of blue-green algae sliming the Caloosahatchee and... more »»

‘Goodness-to-go’ makes giving easy

September 6, 2018 A new initiative that puts a local spin on the Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive makes giving easy — and right when our community needs it most. more »»

Tick-tock, tick-tock

August 31, 2018 The city of Cape Coral continues to sputter towards the final details phase for the $60 million general obligation bond referendum it has placed on the General Election ballot in Novembe. more »»

 
 
 

 

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