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#LCTCRockTheRoad campaign kicks off for first-time drivers

July 18, 2019 The Lee County Tax Collector kicked off a first time campaign, #LCTCRockTheRoad, for first-time drivers Monday, which includes an Instagram contest. more »»

Seniors may be eligible for special Medicare coverage plan

July 18, 2019 The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida is taking the time to reassure residents of Lee County that the letters they have received from the Social Security Administration are legitimate and... more »»

Lifeline Family Center breaks ground for housing project

July 18, 2019 The Lifeline Family Center hosted a groundbreaking Thursday for its new housing center, planned for four two-bedroom apartments on site with the current center. more »»

Summer camps at the Yacht Club offer water fun and safety

July 18, 2019 Cape Coral summer camps are age -old and usually incredibly diverse. more »»

VPK program not available at city charter schools this year

July 17, 2019 When school start this August, Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten will not be offered  by the city of Cape Coral's municipal charter school system. more »»

Report: Lee County tied for Florida’s top recycling spot

July 17, 2019 Lee County residents and businesses led recycling efforts statewide in 2018, tied with only with Charlotte County with a 77 percent annual recycling rate, according to a report issued by the Florid... more »»

Update: Missing teen located

July 17, 2019 Update: The teen has been located and is safe. Original post: The Lee County Sheriff's Office is seeking help in locating a Lehigh teen who has been reported missing. more »»

Cape kids make lemonade out of one of life's most heartbreaking lemons

July 17, 2019 If the love of a child knows no bounds, a Cape Coral father in need must be feeling that limitless love. more »»

Large crowd turns out for MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival

July 17, 2019 There was a large turnout over the weekend at the German American Club in Cape Coral for the 23rd annual MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival. more »»

North Fort Myers man dies in crash in Collier County

July 17, 2019 A North Fort Myers man was killed in an afternoon traffic crash Tuesday in Collier County. Anthony Mankus, 77, died in the crash, which occurred at 4:48 p.m. more »»

Shell Factory celebrates 15 years of the Nature Park

July 17, 2019 Years ago, the Shell Factory opened its Nature Park as a way to bring more people to the iconic attraction and to rescue animals that would likely have been destroyed otherwise. more »»

Local Hooters restaurants collecting school supplies

July 17, 2019 Several area Hooters restaurants are collecting school supplies to help local children as they get ready for the new school year. more »»

Quigley Eye Specialists officially breaks ground for new facility in Cape Coral

July 16, 2019 One of the area's largest eye care practices is expanding its presence in Cape Cora. more »»

Woman charged in accident that sent four to hospital

July 15, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department today announced that a driver involved in what police called a road rage-related crash on Hancock Bridge Parkway in April has been arreste. more »»

Two die in two-vehicle crash on U.S. 41

July 15, 2019 An accident involving a motorcycle and a pickup truck Saturday resulted in the death of two Lee County residents. more »»

Crime Stoppers seeks tips in dolphin death

July 12, 2019 Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help generating any leads on the person or persons involved with the stabbing of a bottlenose dolphin off the coast of Upper Captiva. more »»

Cape to get $5.6 million from FEMA

July 11, 2019 For nearly two years, the city of Cape Coral has waited for the federal government to provide reimburse for the cleanup it had to do following Hurricane Irma. more »»

Army Corps concedes Lake O discharge toxicity

July 11, 2019 For the first time ever, the Army Corps of Engineers has publicly stated that it discharged water to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie rivers knowing the water was toxic. more »»

First Pine Island fishery gets leased location

July 11, 2019 An organization hoping to help restore Pine Island Sound is moving forward with the construction of its first planned fishery, thanks to a major donatio. more »»

MangoMania: Pine Island’s Tropical Fruit Fair this weekend

July 11, 2019 It's that time of year again, and it's all about the mango! The 23rd annual Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival will be held this Saturday and Sunday, July... more »»

 
 
 

 

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