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VFW remembers the fallen, heroes of Sept. 11

September 12, 2014 It was a day to not only remember those who died, but also to warn that in today’s climate, it is more important than ever to remain vigilant of the threat of terrorism. more »»

For The Kids

September 12, 2014 About one quarter of the children under 21 diagnosed with cancer every year do not survive. more »»

Council set to discuss Bimini Basin Project proposal

September 12, 2014 Cape Coral City Council is holding two meetings next week. Monday’s regular meeting at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers is followed by a special meeting Thursday, Sept. 18, at 5:05 p.m. more »»

Ride for Pride to honor veterans Wednesday

September 12, 2014 When you look over toward Eco Park this Wednesday and see a big rig sitting near the Iraq War monument, it won't just some guy who got los. more »»

FIRE & ICE Fireman Bachelor’s Auction Sept. 25

September 12, 2014 Tickets are now on sale for the FIRE & ICE Fireman Bachelor's Auction and After Party. The fund-raiser will be held Sept. 25 at the Dixie Roadhouse, with the doors opening at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Restaurant transformation

September 12, 2014 A popular restaurant located at Cape Harbour has been renamed by the new owners, and will soon receive a facelift, before reopening Tuesday, Sept. 2. more »»

Gold medal-winning Olympian Suter remembered on Pine Island

September 12, 2014 Pine Island residents remembered gold medal winner Bob Suter this week in the wake of the “Miracle on Ice” Olympian's  death from an apparent heart attack.  Suter, who was a part-time resident of St. more »»

Interest shown in shark tagging ‘hobby’

September 12, 2014 Shark tagging is not easy, inexpensive or for those who want to put forth a half-hearted effort. Ask Fort Myers Beach resident Jason Jackson. more »»

Medical front-office training program available

September 12, 2014 Many Lee County residents are working at low-skill, low-pay jobs. Some feel there’s not much out there in the way of opportunity. more »»

Cape Coral’s CERT Program earns 'honorable mention' for 2014 FEMA Award

September 12, 2014 The city of Cape Coral’s CERT Program received an “honorable mention” in the 2014 FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Awards. more »»

Council agrees to return funds to FEMA

September 9, 2014 Ten years later, the Federal Emergency Management Agency wants its money back from Cape Coral. FEMA claims the $123,21. more »»

Cape Coral remembers

September 9, 2014 The public is invited to attend a Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony Thursday in Cape Coral. more »»


September 9, 2014 Holy graphic novel, Batman — the Suncoast CGA comic book show is back at Whaley Hall this Saturday,Sept. 13. more »»

Investigation continues into deaths of father, his daughter

September 9, 2014 A dead Fort Myers man is listed as a suspect in the death of his 4-year-old daughter. more »»

County VCB doles out tourism awards

September 9, 2014 Twenty-nine Lee County tourism professionals received awards for their “over-the-top” hospitality professionalism during the 14th annual Elaine McLaughlin Outstanding Hospitality Service Awards at... more »»

Cruise-ins under way at Merchant’s Crossing

September 9, 2014 They’re back. One of the area’s hottest cruise nights got back in swing Monday evening at the Applebee’s at Merchant’s Crossing. more »»

NFM Fall Festival approaching, vendors sought

September 9, 2014 It may be a little early for the kids to decide who to come dressed as, but it’s not too early for vendors to lock up a space for the annual Fall Festiva. more »»

Recreational fishing expert to address Friends of Wildlife

September 8, 2014 Recreational fishing expert Terry Gibson will be the guest speaker at the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife meeting Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. more »»

Bodies of 4-year-old, her father, found

September 8, 2014 An investigation into a disabled vehicle led to the discovery of two bodies Monday morning - a 4-year-old found dead in her home and her father found dead in the Caloosahatchee. more »»

Water off for Banyan Trace residents

September 8, 2014 Water service has been interrupted for residents in Banyan Trace due to an 8-inch water main break. Crews are on site making repairs. Water is expected to be off for several hours. more »»



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