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Sewer main repair on Cape Coral Parkway will result in lane closures

May 20, 2017 A contractor for the city of Cape Coral will be making repairs to a broken sewer main located in the eastbound lanes at 808 Cape Coral Parkway near Skyline Boulevard. more »»

Lee County operations make adjustments for Memorial Day

May 19, 2017 The Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 29, will result in some closures and schedule changes for Lee County operations. more »»

Cape man charged with assault

May 19, 2017 A Cape Coral man is facing assault and battery charges after police say he threatened a man with a gun and then drove into him while leaving an altercation at the Dixie Roadhouse last month. more »»

Boaters urged to watch for manatees

May 19, 2017 The summer season has arrived and that can mean crowded conditions on Florida’s waterways. Save the Manatee Club encourages the boating community to watch for manatees when out on the water. more »»

Charter schools may get additional funding source

May 18, 2017 Charter schools in Cape Coral and countywide would receive a portion of the local property tax revenue collected by the Lee County School District if the governor signs a new bill into la. more »»

Confirmed: Cape to get Fresh Market grocery

May 18, 2017 A Fresh Market official confirmed Wednesday that the specialty grocer is coming to Cape Cora. more »»

Cape eyes moratorium on medical marijuana dispensories

May 18, 2017 A possible moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries and how the city can best address the small house craze will be among the topics discussed by the Cape Coral City Council at its workshop... more »»

32 active duty soldiers treated to fishing trip

May 18, 2017 Operation Open Arms has provided outreach to those in active service in the U.S. military in many ways. On Wednesday, the non-profit organization was at it again, this time sending 32 U.S. more »»

Cape Coral residents can ‘opt in’ to take part in city survey

May 18, 2017 For those who really want to say how they feel about Cape Coral, but weren’t mailed a survey, now is your chance to be heard. more »»

Rowers eye North Fort Myers riverfront site

May 18, 2017 Imagine a place where people of all ages can row their boats along the Caloosahatchee River in a state-of-the-art facility that not only teaches the sport, but also gets you in great shape. more »»

Two significant homes could be on the move to Matanzas Pass

May 18, 2017 Who needs Breakfast at Tiffany’s when you could have breakfast at the beach? Lee County has been the home to many notable figures, and Fort Myers Beach could get a taste of old Hollywood fam. more »»

Investigation into child drownings continues

May 17, 2017 Authorities are investigating the drowning of two young children in Cape Coral Monday. At 10:14 p.m., Cape police responded to a drowning at 1330 S.W. 47th Terrace, Unit 103. more »»

Scholarship winners

May 17, 2017 Three graduating high school seniors were recognized with scholarships on Tuesday. more »»

UPDATED: Cape man charged after shooting alleged robber

May 17, 2017 Update: The victim in Monday morning's fatal shooting incident has been identified as Roy A. Pike III, 28, of North Fort Myers. more »»

Woman injured in April accident released from hospital

May 17, 2017 One person has been released from the hospital following a traffic crash last month. As of Tuesday, Sabrina Lee Gravitt, 59, of 416 N.W. Fourth St. more »»

Cape police investigating double drowning

May 16, 2017 Cape Coral Police are investigating a tragic pool drowning that resulted in the deaths of two young children late Monday night. more »»

Cape Council delays decision on short-term rentals

May 16, 2017 After hearing mixed reaction from residents, Realtors and property managers, Cape Coral City Council delayed a second hearing on an ordinance to set standards for short-term rental properties until... more »»

Cape backs away from eminent domain condemnation, chooses alternate site

May 16, 2017 After nearly three and a half years of controversy, the city of Cape Coral has regrouped on a force sale "taking" of acreage to construct an irrigation storage tank and pumping facility off Pine... more »»

Mayoral candidate questioned about resignation timing

May 16, 2017 In answer to queries made during public comment Monday night, Councilmember Rana Erbrick said she will resign from her position on the Cape Coral City Council in time for her successor to be... more »»

Lehigh woman sentenced to 6 years in economic crimes case

May 15, 2017 A bank teller who stole over $200,000 from an elderly couple has been sentenced to six years in prison, followed by 20 years of probation. more »»



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