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Public safety officers honored

November 15, 2018 Every year, FOS Furniture at 790 Del Prado Blvd. N. more »»

Helping Hands for the Holidays set for Nov. 19

November 15, 2018 An annual tradition of giving right before Thanksgiving has always put attendees in a great mood as they open their wallets to give to three charities. “It’s an annual tradition that just feels great. more »»

10-year-old crochets newborn hats; donates to Cape Hospital

November 15, 2018 After a Caloosa Elementary School fifth grader crocheted about three dozen hats for newborns, she asked her mom to seek a beneficiary for her labor of love. more »»

Holiday Magic and Snow Festival begins tonight at Cape Harbour

November 15, 2018 Cape Harbour invites the community to their annual Holiday Magic and Snow Festival today and tomorrow to help kick off the holiday season. “This is the third year doing this event. more »»

‘Great Turkey Give-a-way’ to feed hundreds

November 15, 2018 National Junior Honor Society students at Mariner Middle School, along with Community Cooperative and the Goldcoast Rotary Club of Cape Coral, passed out food to hundreds of residents Wednesday... more »»

Kindergarten pre-registration closes Nov. 30; nearly 800 students already registered

November 15, 2018 Parents who have a child turning 5 years old on, or before Sept. 1, 2019 have the opportunity to pre-register them for kindergarten through the end of the month. more »»

TALC holding donation drives

November 15, 2018 The Teachers Association of Lee County is holding multiple drives to help both the local community and those affected by Hurricane Michael in the Florida Panhandl. more »»

Cape cops pitch in

November 14, 2018 For the seventh consecutive year, the Cape Coral Police Department has partnered with local Walmart's to present the “Holiday Heroes Food Drive,” with donations going to the Harry Chapin Food Bank o... more »»

Low levels of red tide still lurking off shore

November 14, 2018 Southwest Florida may have gotten a reprieve from red tide, but recent data shows Karenia brevis is still present in Lee County in low to medium concentrations. more »»

ECHO conference to mark 25 years

November 14, 2018 It is a much different world now than it was in 1994 when ECHO started to hold its annual International Agricultural Confer-ence. more »»

Sandsculpting competition returns to Fort Myers Beach

November 14, 2018 A world famous art competition will return to Fort Myers Beach this weekend for its 32nd year. The medium? San. more »»

City, Waste Pro to hold ‘Bulk Item Drop Off Day’ Saturday

November 14, 2018 The city is partnering with Waste Pro and Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida to offer Cape Coral residents a free “Bulk Item Drop Off Day” this Saturday, Nov. 17. more »»

‘Live from Fallujah’

November 14, 2018 Pine Island Elementary school student Aaron Thorpe was surprised on his birthday last week with a “live video chat” from his father, Sg. more »»

The Attorney General and FDLE issue joint statement regarding midterm election

November 13, 2018 TALLAHASSEE - With an ongoing recount in several contested races in the 2018 Florida midterm election, Attorney General Pam Bondi and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement want to assure Florid... more »»

CCPD to conduct 'Holiday Heroes Food Drive'

November 12, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department is partnering with Walmart for the seventh year in a row to host the "Holiday Heroes Food Drive," benefitting the Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida. more »»

Body of missing boater found

November 12, 2018 The body of a man reported missing after he went overboard near the Sanibel Causeway Sunday was pulled from the water near the Punta Rassa boat ramp Monday morning. more »»

The Harry Chapin Food Bank asks for help to fill 'the turkey gap'

November 12, 2018 With Thanksgiving fast approaching, the local food bank is running far short in turkey donations this year. more »»

Veterans Day event to close Midpoint Bridge for three hours on Saturday,

November 9, 2018 The Midpoint Madness Veterans Day 5K Run/Walk will close the Midpoint Bridge from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. Motorists are encouraged to use the Cape Coral Bridge or the U.S. more »»

Cape gears up for $60 million parks plan

November 8, 2018 With voter approval in hand, the city of Cape Coral is getting ready to launch its $60 million parks master plan. more »»

SFWMD extends sugar lease

November 8, 2018 As votes continue to be tallied in the intensely close Florida Senate race, Eric Eikenberg, CEO of The Everglades Foundation, has called for the resignation of the South Florida Water Management... more »»



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