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Council hears from China trip protestors

May 22, 2019 Just one week after Cape Coral City Council narrowly approved a taxpayer-funded trip to China for a city delegation of five, residents took to the podium Monday to express their displeasure. more »»

Yard Dog Charlie to host annual Memorial Day BBQ and canned food drive

May 22, 2019 Yard Dog Charlie will host his 11th annual Pine Island All American Memorial Day BBQ picnic and canned food drive at Woody's Waterside on Memorial Day, Monday May 27. more »»

NFMAA nurse named School District’s best

May 22, 2019 Gwen Boyd, nurse at North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts, has been named Lee County Public Schools Nurse of the Year for her “priceless” service to students and staff. more »»

‘Lee TeleHealth’ virtual care service available

May 22, 2019 Lee County patients will no longer need to leave home when suffering from a minor injury or sicknes. more »»

Tickets still available for this weekend's River District Food and Brew Festival

May 22, 2019 Food, beer and live music enthusiasts are invited to the first-ever River District Food and Brew Festival to be held this Saturday, May 25, from noon to 8 p.m. more »»

State of Our Schools: Instilling brains, heart & courage

May 21, 2019 The Broadway Palm Dinner Theater was turned into the Land of Oz last Friday as Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion walked down the yellow brick road, touting all the School District of Lee... more »»

Cape man charged in hit-and-run pedestrian fatality

May 17, 2019 A Cape Coral man has been charged in the hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian on May 3 in downtown Cape Coral. more »»

Cape police investigating bank robbery

May 17, 2019 According to an alert from the Cape Coral Police Department, there is an increased police presence at Bank OK, at 61 Hancock Bridge Parkway, due to a bank robbery. This is an active investigation. more »»

City Parks employee charged with possession of child pornography

May 17, 2019 An employee of the City’s of Cape Coral's Parks & Recreation Department, Toby Sheaf, was arrested Friday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and charged with possession of child pornograph. more »»

Health care, education among legislative actions this session

May 16, 2019 By CJ HADDAD cjhaddad@breezenewspapers.com As this year’s Florida Legislative session has come to an end, lawmakers have passed a series of bills pertaining to reformed healthcare and school choice. more »»

City apps keep you informed

May 16, 2019 In a world where information is readily available at your fingertips, Cape Coral residents can stay plugged in and get connected with the city faster than ever. more »»

Owl Census: Cape Friends of Wildlife need help counting city’s official bird

May 16, 2019 Cape Coral’s official bird is getting tallied, and the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife need your help. more »»

Legend Tommie Smith awards next generation

May 16, 2019 Lee County student-athletes had the opportunity to hear from a truly inspirational athlete, person and one of the most influential and prominent figures of the civil rights movement in history... more »»

River District Food & Brew Festival next weekend

May 16, 2019 The Uncommon Friends Foundation will hold its first-ever River District Food & Brew Festival next weekend featuring unlimited beer samplings, as well as food and music. more »»

Cape Council to consider meeting rules, bus safety

May 16, 2019 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers.com Meeting rules and school bus safety will be among the items discussed in Cape Coral City Council’s workshop meeting Monda. more »»

Record numbers

May 15, 2019 Some of Cape Coral’s brightest soon-to-be graduates came to the Kiwanis Hall on Thursday to receive one of the richest awards this scholarship season. more »»

Memorial Day tribute

May 15, 2019 With Memorial Day approaching, the Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library is giving business owners a chance to show their appreciation to fallen members of the armed forces in the form of... more »»

Hearing on Chiquita Lock removal wraps up

May 15, 2019 A legal challenge to the state intent to issue a permit for the removal of the Chiquita Lock concluded Friday following a third day of testimony from witnesses for the city and rebuttal witnesses. more »»

Council discusses amending board rules, OK’s hiring of six full-time firefighters

May 15, 2019 Cape Coral City Council tabled a resolution brought forth by Councilmember Jessica Cosden during its regular meeting at City Hall Monday regarding an amendment to council rules, allowing members to... more »»

 
 

Cape Coral Rotary Club May 22, 2019

Cape Coral Rotary Club meets every Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. at Venezia Restaurant, Club Square. For more information call 945-1988. more »

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Local News Poll

  1. I think the city will benefit. It will foster economic development and pay for itself.
  2. I think it’s OK; cultural exchanges have value and I have no problem with the city taking part.
  3. I support the sister city/economic prospect concept but think China is the wrong choice.
  4. The trip? OK. How it was handled and approved? No.
  5. I see no value. Taxpayers should not be paying for this trip, period.
  6. I don’t see this as an issue, it’s only a $17,000 expenditure. It’s time to move on.
  7. Other.