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Parks & Recreation Fun Day to be held Saturday

July 11, 2019 A free family event will be held Saturday to help celebrate the National Park and Recreation Month with a slew of activities the Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department offers. more »»

Lee District reports bump in school grades

July 11, 2019 The School District of Lee County had 18 schools increase their school grades, including Trafalgar Elementary School which jumped by two. Chief Academic Officer Dr. more »»

CCCIA selling tickets to annual poker fundraiser

July 11, 2019 Looking to raise the stakes and go all-in on a night of fun and prizes? The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association will host their 15th annual Hard Hat Hold'em Poker Tournament Friday, July... more »»

Opioid fallout: New foundation aids children’s caretakers

July 11, 2019 A foundation began a few months ago after a handful of friends began sharing their personal experiences of being affected by the nation's opioid crisi. more »»

Cape Coral Citizen’s Police Academy accepting applications

July 11, 2019 The citizens of Cape Coral have a unique opportunity to learn about the Cape Coral Police Department through a 10-week orientation program, free of charge, in Septembe. more »»

Cape Coral to receive $5.6 million for Hurricane Irma recovery efforts

July 11, 2019 The city of Cape Coral has been awarded a $5.6 million FEMA grant to help offset cleanup costs incurred in the wake of Hurricane Irma. more »»

Cape Coral Police Department set to go green

July 11, 2019 Those black and white police cars you see from the Cape Coral Police Department are soon going to have a green aspect to them. more »»

Roadwork closes segment of Coronado

July 9, 2019 Drivers who use Coronado Parkway to get to the South Cape will need to find another way to get there for the next few weeks. more »»

Safety net: CCPD has big role in city events

July 9, 2019 In a city where there’s always something to do coupled with a skyrocketing population, law enforcement in Cape Coral is proactive when it comes to keeping the public safe when it comes to large... more »»

BOOM! Rain doesn’t dampen spirits at Cape’s Independence Day celebration

July 9, 2019 Rain may have played the opening act but the largest fireworks display in Southwest Florida was again the headliner at Cape Coral’s Fourth of July celebration, Red White & BOOM! “I’ve never seen... more »»

Driver cited with careless driving in child fatality

July 9, 2019 A traffic case involving the death of a 12-year-old North Fort Myers girl has been submitted to the State Attorney’s Office for its review at the request of the Florida Highway Patrol. more »»

Red, White & BOOM! festivities a big hit, eventually

July 5, 2019 Every year it seems, rain plays a big part in what happens at the annual Red, White & BOOM! celebration in downtown Cape Coral. And every year, people just keep on coming. more »»

Airport to see $175 million expansion

July 3, 2019 Renovations to Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) are on the horizon -- cost-free to taxpayers. more »»

Cape property valuations up 7.96%

July 3, 2019 Traditionally, the preliminary property valuations in Lee County tend to be conservative. In the case of Cape Coral, they were very much so. more »»

School district touts test score increases

July 3, 2019 The School District of Lee County again saw gains in overall scores on the 2019 Spring Florida Standards Assessment and End of Course Exams. more »»

Blessings in a Backpack: Meal program seeks sponsors

July 3, 2019 With Blessings in a Backpack planning to increase the number of children it helps in Southwest Florida, the meal program is reaching out to the community for support. more »»

Clerk’s Cape Coral office now open 5 days a week

July 3, 2019 The Lee County Clerk of the Court’s Cape Coral office began opening its doors five days a week again this week, providing convenience to residents. more »»

Mayors conference targets Everglades funding, other issues

July 3, 2019 Much was accomplished at this year’s Conference of Mayors, according to Cape Coral Mayor Joe Coviello, one of the attendees from across the county. more »»

Paula Kiker seeks to fill District 3 County Commission seat

July 3, 2019 Paula Kiker is running to fill the District 3 seat on the Lee County Board of County Commissioners that her late husband, Larry Kiker, left behind when he died while in office after battling canc. more »»

CareerSource launches new online inquiry form

July 3, 2019 A new online inquiry form has been launched by CareerSource Southwest Florida to provide job seekers with an opportunity to streamline information faster. more »»

 
 
 

 

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