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Kenny C Blood and Bone Marrow Drive set for July 28

July 19, 2018 The Kenny C Blood and Bone Marrow Drive, now in its 16th year, has grown from a personal hope to a community mission. more »»

Road watch for Burnt Store Road

July 18, 2018 A heads up — upcoming road watch update for Burnt Store Road: Burnt Store Road from Diplomat Parkway to Tropicana Parkway: Construction Project – Week of July 23: This project consists of the... more »»

Sheriff's Office seeks public's help finding man

July 18, 2018 The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is asking the community for assistance in locating a missing 71-year-old man. Kenneth Wayne Lemacks was last seen leaving Cape Coral Hospital at 6:48 a. more »»

Cape water quality forum draws vocal residents

July 18, 2018 A fiery group gathered in Cape Coral Tuesday night to voice their views on the water quality and algal bloom issues that have captured the attention of all Southwest Florida residents. more »»

Update: Missing man found safe

July 18, 2018 Just before 3 p.m. today, the Lee County Sheriff's Office reported that Kenneth Wayne Lemacks had been found safe. more »»

Motorcycle Run to benefit ACT

July 18, 2018 Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. will hold a benefit motorcycle run and brunch on on Sunday, Aug. 2. more »»

Becoming Cosmopolitan fundraiser

July 18, 2018 Community Cooperative has announced the 13th annual Becoming Cosmopolitan fundraiser to be held Thursday, Oct. 4, at 6 p.m. more »»

‘Animals and the Arts’ to feature ‘Rescue for Paws’ documentary

July 18, 2018 The Gulf Coast Humane Society will hold its “Animals and the Arts” event on Thursday, Sept. 20, from 6-8 p.m. at the Alliance for the Arts. more »»

Foster Grandparent Program looking for volunteers

July 18, 2018 Looking for a feel-good opportunity? You can help the children in your local elementary schools by participating in the Foster Grandparent Progra. more »»

Senior Companion Program seeks volunteers

July 18, 2018 If you have a heart for the elderly you can help by participating in the Senior Companion Program. Become a friend to an elderly person in need by providing companionship and/or transportation. more »»

Water concern

July 17, 2018 Walking along the dock at Rosen Park's boat slip, you'll find the blue-green algae that has been making its way across Southwest Florida bodies of water over the last month or so. more »»

Huge crowd turns out for MangoMania

July 17, 2018 One of the largest crowds ever for the event filled the German American Social Club grounds Saturday for Pine Island's 22nd annual MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival. more »»

Cape woman crosses motorcycle ride off ‘bucket list’

July 17, 2018 Frances Keogh—an esteemed writer, political activist and Cape Coral icon— illustrates why the human experience does not fade with age. more »»

The Comediannettes at The Alliance for the Arts

July 17, 2018 The Alliance for the Arts will present The Comediannettes (formerly Diva Comedy Night) on July 21 at 8 p.m. in the theatre. more »»

County DOT to eliminate left-hand turns at Del Prado/Southeast 2nd Street intersection

July 16, 2018   The Lee County Department of Transportation is asking motorists to use caution in the area of Del Prado Boulevard and Southeast 2nd Street on Tuesday, July 24. more »»

Concerned communities converge in Clewiston

July 14, 2018 County Road 74 spans 42 miles from Punta Gorda into the sprawling wide open of central Florida. It's not often heavily trafficked. more »»

Diplomat Parkway closed due to crash

July 13, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department reported at 3:23 p.m. that it is on scene of a major crash investigation at the 1300 block of Diplomat Parkway, West. more »»

Cape resident arrested on numerous drug charges

July 12, 2018 After an in-depth and lengthy investigation, Cape Coral Police detectives have arrested a Cape resident on numerous drug-related charges. more »»

Lake O water discharges to resume

July 12, 2018 Southwest Florida got some good news and some bad on the water quality front this week. The good? In the wake of blue-green algal blooms in the Caloosahatchee, Gov. more »»

Beach monitoring funding re-instated

July 12, 2018 The city of Sanibel was notified Wednesday that the state has reinstated the entire funding for the Florida Healthy Beaches Progra. more »»

 
 
 

 

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