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Council delays decision on China trip

May 8, 2019 Cape Coral City Council authorization for a  “sister city” trip to China hit a snag Monday when cost and changes made to the initial itinerary were questione. more »»

Lehigh Acres man charged in crash with child fatality

May 8, 2019 A Lehigh Acres man has been arrested on a felony traffic charge in connection with a crash that fatally injured a 5-year-old boy last November. Mitchell . more »»

Ouster bid fails

May 8, 2019 After all was said and done at Tuesday's lengthy and often contentious School Board meeting, Dr. Gregory Adkins remained the School District of Lee County superintendent. more »»

Dixie, CCPD reach agreement on extended hours permit

May 8, 2019 The Dixie Roadhouse nightclub will close at 3 a.m. on weekends once again. more »»

Emotional honor

May 8, 2019 The best teachers from the Cape Coral Charter School System were honored at the Cape Coral Yacht Club Friday at the annual Lighthouse Awards, hosted by the Cape Coral Municipal Charter School... more »»

Council supports school bus bench pilot program

May 8, 2019 Cape Coral Rotary and Kiwanis got approval Monday for a school bus stop bench pilot program that comes in response to the death of an 8-year-old girl who was struck by vehicle last month while... more »»

Acknowledgments and updates top council agenda Monday

May 8, 2019 Acknowledgments, a union update and a final zoning vote on the city-owned Seven Islands site contributed to a full Cape Coral City Council agenda Monday. more »»

2019 Cape Coral Burrowing Owl Survey June 1

May 7, 2019 The 2019 Cape Coral Burrowing Owl Survey will be held Saturday, June 1, from 8 a.m. to noon, and organizers are looking for volunteers to help with the project. more »»

Szerlag promotes Bruns to city clerk

May 6, 2019   Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag has promoted Kimberly Bruns to the position of City Clerk. Bruns has served as the “Interim” City Clerk since November 2018. more »»

Sun Splash offering free admission to moms during Mother’s Day weekend

May 6, 2019 Sun Splash Family Waterpark is offering free admission to moms during Mother’s Day weekend, May 11-12, with the purchase of a regular priced child or teen general admission ticke. more »»

School board wrangles at workshop

May 4, 2019 The School District of Lee County School Board gathered for a workshop Friday morning to discuss their evaluations of Superintendent Dr. more »»

FGCU graduation ceremonies Saturday

May 3, 2019 Florida Gulf Coast University will award 1,957 degrees with 1,717 graduates expected to participate in commencement ceremonies at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday, May 4, in Alico Arena. more »»

Hundreds attend memorial service for Commissioner Kiker

May 3, 2019 Lee County Commissioner Larry Kiker was remembered Thursday as a man who would fight you tooth and nail over what he believed in, and then would take you out for a beer afterward. more »»

CCPD has person of interest in fatal hit and run

May 3, 2019 Cape Coral Police has reported that they have a person of interest and the possible suspect vehicle that was involved in the fatal hit-and-run traffic crash early this morning at Cape Coral Parkway,... more »»

Cape man sentenced to 10 years in prison

May 3, 2019 Cape Coral resident Donny Crecelius, 61, was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison followed by 5 years probation for intentionally driving his car into another car to hurt someone. more »»

Signs of the times: Parks master plan steps off

May 2, 2019 In the grand scheme of a $60 million dollar investment, the expenditure made this week was small, but Cape Coral voters got their first tangible taste of what is yet to come when the parks master... more »»

Bus stop ‘safe zones’ proposed

May 2, 2019 With more than $100,000 pledged, a pilot program to install permanent “safe zones” for Cape Coral students at bus stops is headed to City Council for approval Monday. more »»

League of Cities veto request draws fire

May 2, 2019 An organization the represents more than 400 municipalities in Florida has asked Gov. Ron DeSantis to veto legislation that would guarantee firefighters diagnosed with cancer insurance and benefits. more »»

Support fallen officers and their families by registering for Cape Cops 5K

May 2, 2019 An event, which has been held in Cape Coral for 13 years, continues to bring the community and police officers together for a morning of fitness, 3. more »»

 
 
 

 

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