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Congratulations!

September 19, 2014 The Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau has again recognized customer service professionals who have gone “above and beyond. more »»

 
 
 
Last chance

September 12, 2014 Cape Coral taxpayers will have a final chance to express their opinions on the City of Cape Coral and Lee County budget proposals next week. more »»

Thank you

September 5, 2014 Less than a week after voting to “opt out” of statewide testing requirements, the School Board of Lee County rescinded that vote with an eye toward a more measured approach. more »»

Collateral damage

August 28, 2014 At the urging of unhappy parents and educators who say they are fed to the gills with escalating standardized testing mandates, a school board majority voted Wednesday to “opt out” of statewide... more »»

Thank you to those who seek public office

August 21, 2014 With early voting wrapping up on Saturday and the Primary Election set for Tuesday, we would like to thank the candidates who made the effort to seek public office. more »»

Be aware, take care, schools open Monday

August 14, 2014 Public schools open Monday across Lee County. An estimated 87,000 students, ranging from kindergarten through high school, will return to the classroom as the new school year gets under way. more »»

Early voting begins Saturday

August 14, 2014 Eight days of early voting for the Primary Election begins Saturday and runs through Saturday, Aug. 23, at the 11 elections offices throughout Lee County. more »»

Eye of the Hurricane

August 7, 2014 The prospect of Hurricane Charley evoked no fear — most Cape Coral residents went through the precautions almost by rote. more »»

Cape council to begin budget workshops

July 31, 2014 Cape Coral City Council will hold its first budget workshop next week. The open-to-the public meeting on the budget proposal for Fiscal Years 2015-2017 is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. more »»

Beach lightning detection systems worth exploring

July 24, 2014 The 15th U.S. lightning death of 2014 was recorded here in Lee County Tuesday. Scott Wilcox, 41, was fatally injured. more »»

Animal shelters need our help

July 17, 2014 Inundated again with the fruits of “kitten season,” Lee County Domestic Animal Services is reaching out to the community for help. more »»

Hometown Fourth!

July 3, 2014 Get ready Cape Coral — despite rumors of its possible demise, this year’s Red White & BOOM! promises all the bells, whistles —and fireworks —that draw thousands to the foot of the Cape Coral Bridge... more »»

School Supply Drive a good cause to rally around

June 26, 2014 The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools has invited the community to join this year’s School Supply Drive, which runs through July 15. more »»

Free park parking: The Cape’s third rail

June 19, 2014 Sometimes, with even the best planning, we miss the obvious. more »»

Updated: Deaths bring perils of war home again

June 12, 2014 Updated: The Department of Defense has released the names of the five servicemen who died in the "friendly fire" incident in Afghanistan last wee. more »»

Best wishes Class of 2014!

June 5, 2014 With graduation, like their high school years, now behind them, members of the Class of 2014 are embarking on the next steps on their respective journeys. more »»

Be prepared

May 29, 2014 Forecasters are predicting a “below average” hurricane season this year but local officials offer one salient reminder: It only takes one storm — and not a particularly bad one — to wreak havoc and... more »»

Memorial Day and a national disgrace

May 22, 2014 On Monday, we, as a nation, will again pause to remember the men and women Memorial Day is intended to honor — the members of our armed forces who died in service to their country. more »»

20/20 funds are not there for the taking

May 15, 2014 Lee County’s decision to hijack tax money voters earmarked for land preservation came home to roost this week. Cape Coral City Council now wants to renege on a deal made with U.S. more »»

Help ‘Stamp Out Hunger’

May 8, 2014 One of our country’s largest food drives is Saturday and we all have an opportunity to take part by simply placing donated non-perishables at the mailbox. more »»

Congratulations... and many thanks!

May 1, 2014 The Breeze is happy to have had a role this week in a pair of outstanding community-sponsored education recognition programs. more »»

 
 

 

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Editorials Poll

  1. Yes, the South Cape needs that type of revitalization.
  2. Maybe, if it can be funded by working with the private sector.
  3. I’d like to see that but it’s probably not a realistic goal — we have no beaches.
  4. No, we don’t need additional crowding and the traffic during season.
  5. Other.