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New fire equipment, other asset purchases set in motion

June 16, 2015 With the fire service assessment finally approved, the city has set into motion the purchase of fire equipment and other capital needs the Cape has. more »»

North Fort Myers High School hosts USF football camp

June 16, 2015 Hundreds of high school football players filled the fields at North Fort Myers High School on Thursday as the University of South Florida and the school hosted the annual Willie Taggart football... more »»

Sun Splash offering Father’s Day specials this weekend

June 16, 2015 Cape Coral's water park is celebrating Father's Day weekend by offering free admission. more »»

Man struck by car in February remains in hospital

June 16, 2015 A Cape Coral pedestrian remains hospitalized four months after being hit by a vehicle. Jason Ray Degraaf, 41, of 418 N.E. more »»

Exotic orchid blooms for Sanibel homeowner

June 16, 2015 Joe Salatino was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday morning when he walked outside and noticed his exotic orchid in bloom for the first time since planting it more than a month ago. more »»

Academy for the Arts starts camp season

June 16, 2015 The air was filled with the sounds of violin bows gliding across the strings and steel drums banging. more »»

Judah talks water quality with NFM Civic Association

June 16, 2015 Former county commissioner Ray Judah warned that if the state doesn’t buy the U.S. more »»

Taste of Lee Tropical Fruit Festival June 20 at City Gate Ministries

June 16, 2015 The UF/IFAS Lee County Extension and the Caloosa Rare Fruit Exchange will host the Taste of Lee Tropical Fruit Fair Saturday, June 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Three Cape officials recognized as ‘Home Rule’ Heroes by Florida League of Cities

June 16, 2015 The Florida League of Cities recently announced its 2015 Home Rule Hero Awards and Cape Coral had three recipients – the most of any Florida city. more »»

'Tech Support' scam costs resident $37,000

June 15, 2015 It started with a phone call. The man on the other end of the line said he was with the “anti-fraud department” and was calling because a virus had been detected on the victim’s computer. more »»

Cape Coral Police detectives seek suspects in razor thefts

June 15, 2015 Cape Coral police detectives are asking the public for help in identifying two suspects in the theft of nearly $1,900 in razors stolen from the Wal-Mart on Del Prado Boulevard in May. more »»

Resident reports 'IRS scam' call

June 15, 2015 A Cape Coral resident called The Breeze to report he had received a call from the "IRS. more »»

Six arrested in drug investigation

June 13, 2015 Two Cape Coral residences and a North Fort Myers towing and repair business were searched as part of a drug investigation into heroin sales. more »»

Council to consider charter changes

June 12, 2015 Seven City Charter amendment ordinances recommended by the Charter Review Committee go before City Council Monday night at City Hall for final approval for placement on the ballot. more »»

City budget: Revenue sources debated

June 12, 2015 Now that the city manager’s “three-legged stool” approach to financial diversification has been put in place, the city council had its first opportunity to talk budget for the 2016 fiscal year... more »»

Cape’s Caring Center kicks off summer campaign

June 12, 2015 This week the Cape Coral Caring Center kicked off its summertime campaign to increase food donations for those in need, with the help of some local organizations and businesses. more »»

Mobile pay to park: Boaters get payment app

June 12, 2015 New technology will soon allow residents and visitors to use their mobile phones to pay for boat trailing parking at any of the city of Cape Coral’s five boat ramp. more »»

Welcome Home party for soldier to feature bike run

June 12, 2015 Focusing on service to military personnel, whether retired, in the reserves or still active, the Veteran’s Club of America, Post #1, 16701 San Carlos Blvd. more »»

Gulf Coast Village residents renew vows

June 12, 2015 Nine couples, married for a combined 550 years, decided one wedding wasn’t enough. So, years and even decades later, they did it all over again. more »»

School superintendent’s contract extended for two years

June 12, 2015 School Superintendent Dr. Nancy Graham’s contract was renewed for another two years Tuesday. The renewal was automatic as the School District of Lee County elected not to vote on the matte. more »»

 
 
 

 

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