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Land use designation set for Bimini Basin area

August 2, 2016 After a lengthy discussion about the pros and cons of changing land use designations in the Bimini Basin area, City Council voted 6-2 on Monday to approve the changes. more »»

On the mend

August 2, 2016 Compared to last month, E8’s physical well-being has drastically improved. more »»

Purchase of new portable radios for CCPD OK’d

August 2, 2016 City Council approved a resolution Monday night to purchase new portable radios from Motorola because the current radios are “obsolete” since the company will not make replacement parts for warrant... more »»

Lee Memorial to host Global Big Latch On events

August 2, 2016 Local mothers are invited to help raise awareness of the benefits of breastfeeding on Friday. more »»

Cape man facing murder charge in shooting

August 2, 2016 A Cape Coral man is facing a murder charge after a woman was shot last month. Rajai Akeem Richardson, 22, of 246 S.W. 26th St. more »»

Man avoids trial, pleads no contest in fatal hit-and-run

August 2, 2016 A Cape Coral man accused of killing a bicyclist last year in a hit-and-run accident avoided going to trial last week by pleading straight to the court. Timothy Wayne Turner, 49, of 2203 N.E. more »»

Royal Tee Country Club in Cape Coral closes

August 2, 2016 In response to some confusion and to quell any rumors, Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Director Steve Pohlman confirmed at Monday's City Council meeting that Royal Tee Country Club had closed its door... more »»

Hook takes helm at Pine Island Elementary

August 2, 2016 Steven Hook, the former principal at Oasis Elementary School in Cape Coral and the new principal at Pine Island Elementary School, is settling into his office. more »»

North Fort Myers Chamber to host celebrity waiter event Tuesday

August 2, 2016 Imagine Lee County Commissioner Brian Hamman serving you a salad, then charging you a dollar because you don’t have a salad fork. Imagine no more. more »»

Theater camp

August 2, 2016 Celia Bevington performs a monologue during Cultural Park Theater’s summer camp recentl. more »»

Police take armed man into custody without incident

August 1, 2016 A standoff involving a man police say was armed and suicidal ended without serious injury to the man or responding officers Friday after the SWAT team created a diversion and took the man into... more »»

CCPD Internal Affairs investigation: Detective lied on application

July 29, 2016 Internal Affairs investigations opened against a now-former Cape Coral Police Department detective found that the officer lied during his employment process and did not properly perform his duties. more »»

BaconFest: Unique event in South Cape on Aug. 6

July 29, 2016 Tickets are on sale for one of the South Cape's most unique events — and it involves bacon. The annual South Cape BaconFest will be held on Aug. 6 from 7 to 11 p.m. more »»

Final public hearing on Bimini land use Monday

July 29, 2016 Continuation of the final public hearing to adopt an ordinance creating a Downtown Mixed land use designation for 48 acres of parcels in the Bimini Basin project area will be heard Monday by City... more »»

Services set for teenage shooting victims

July 29, 2016 Services have been arranged to lay to rest two local teens who were tragically gunned down during Monday’s early morning shooting at the Club Blu in Fort Myers. more »»

Back to School: Managing the first day of school

July 29, 2016 It’s a day kids often face with mixed emotion — the first day of school. There’s anticipation as children again get to see friends and embark on a new year. more »»

Crime rate dips down in Cape Coral

July 29, 2016 Crime statistics in Cape Coral continue to follow a trend of steady decline, according to the mid-year crime statistics released Thursday by the Cape Coral Police Department. more »»

Back to School:District website provides key information

July 29, 2016 The first day of school is on Wednesday, Aug. 10, which is right around the corner, which also means time is running out for parents and kids to prepare. more »»

Back to School: Free breakfasts, lunches provided

July 29, 2016 Last year, the Lee County School System solved the problem of free and reduced lunches and any stigma attached to them by giving nearly every student free breakfasts and lunches. more »»



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