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State of the Schools: Lee students rising to the challenges faced today

May 29, 2015 Although students today are faced with rigorous expectations to prepare them for a competitive workforce, School District Superintendent Dr. more »»

Be prepared: Hurricane season opens June 1

May 29, 2015 Residents are urged to prepare as Monday kicks off the start of the 2015 hurricane season. The city of Cape Coral will host its annual Hurricane Seminar on June 11 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. more »»

Class of 2015: Graduations step off this weekend

May 29, 2015 The Class of 2015 will close a chapter in their life this weekend as they accept their diplomas. more »»

Cape Coral Art League to help kids get creative this summer

May 29, 2015 For the first time in a few years, the Cape Coral Art League is offering a summer camp for youngsters that will help them tap into their creativity. more »»

Cape Coral angler catches 552-pound grouper

May 29, 2015 Jon Black would need longer arms to stretch his whopper of a fishing tale. more »»

Sheriff Scott: No excuse for violent behavior

May 29, 2015 No matter what the situation, there is no excuse for those involved in the destruction of Baltimore and Ferguson following police incidents. more »»

Cape council to consider Gulf Coast Village expansion

May 29, 2015 As City Council stares down at its final three regular meetings before the summer hiatus, two public hearings and a resolution are on the agenda for Monday’s meeting in Council Chambers at City Hal. more »»

ACRA Electric marks 40th anniversary

May 29, 2015 Today ACRA Electric Inc., a family owned and operated business, celebrates its 40th year of becoming incorporated and serving the residents and business owners of Cape Coral. ACRA Electric Inc. more »»

CCPD to become Institute of Police Technology and Management Training site

May 29, 2015 The Cape Coral Police Department has partnered with the Institute of Police Technology and Management to become a regional host training facility. more »»

Woman remains hospitalized following four-vehicle crash

May 29, 2015 A Cape Coral woman remained hospitalized Thursday after a four-vehicle crash on U.S. 41. more »»

'Virtual' Job Fair for Vets

May 29, 2015 Get My Vet a Job will host a career fair designed for one purpose: To provide jobs for veterans, transitioning military members, spouses, and family members. more »»

Gov. Scott highlights job creation at Marine Concepts in Cape Coral

May 28, 2015 Gov. Rick Scott highlighted job creation at Marine Concepts on Friday. The business has expanded in Southwest Florida and opened a second location in 2012. more »»

Fallen heroes honored at Coral Ridge

May 26, 2015 “To those who died, we give an undying debt of gratitude for the sacrifices they have made. more »»

Senior Health & Fitness Day at Cape Hospital

May 26, 2015 Keeping older Americans healthy and fit is the focus of an event today at the Cape Coral Hospital. more »»

Florida Council of the Blind recognizes Cape man

May 26, 2015 The Florida Council of the Blind recently recognized a Cape Coral resident for his involvement with the organization and for planning two statewide events that benefit the blind community. more »»

Habitat luncheon attracts volunteers

May 26, 2015 It was originally meant as a way to explain their mission, what they do and how they do it. more »»

NFM Rec Center/IFAS to hold beekeeping classes

May 26, 2015 There may not be a more important insect on this planet than the bee. Without them, we would lose many of our crops. more »»

Woman injured in double-fatal traffic accident improving

May 26, 2015 A Cape Coral woman is improving at the hospital after a recent accident that left two dea. more »»

Window costs likely to spike after June

May 26, 2015 The Fifth Edition Florida Energy Code is a title not known by many, but it is something which will affect anyone with a house or business come June 30. more »»

School Board ranks construction management firms for new school

May 26, 2015 The School Board of Lee County ranked five construction management firms for a new high school in the South Zone after a lengthy discussion Tuesday evening. more »»



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