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Motorcyclist facing numerous charges following accident

April 8, 2014 A motorcyclist was in jail Tuesday and his passenger remained hospitalized after they drove into the back of a vehicle operated by a Cape Coral man. more »»

Highlights from cardboard boat race

April 8, 2014 Florida Gulf Coast University engineering students, above, make their way through the Cape Coral Cardboard Boat Regatta course Saturday. more »»

Six candidates running for District 19 Congressional seat meet at forum

April 4, 2014   Six candidates in the running for the open District 19 Congressional seat got together Thursday at the Sanibel Community House for another in a series of forums. more »»

Relay for Life steps off tonight

April 3, 2014 Hundreds will come together today in the fight against cancer at the Relay for Life of Cape Coral. more »»

Cardboard Boat Regatta: Crafty boat builders take to the water Saturday

April 3, 2014 This weekend, Pat Wood and other members of the New Resident Club of Cape Coral will launch a vessel into the water that is constructed from some unexpected materials — cardboard and glue. more »»

B12 supply expected to increase

April 3, 2014 The good news is that an important prescription vitamin in extremely short supply for the last few months will likely soon be readily available. more »»

North High set to present ‘Shrek the Musical’

April 3, 2014 North Fort Myers High School has always been known for its high-caliber stage productions, as evidenced by all the awards it has won over the years. more »»

Palm Creek Produce partners with Edible Garden

April 3, 2014 On the final stop of the Lee County Urban Farm Tour, agrotourist Constance Sanvi held a fresh head of lettuce bigger than a basketball and jokingly posed for a picture. more »»

Mud and Fun to highlight Saturday’s Cape Charity Run

April 3, 2014 A fun event this weekend in Cape Coral looks more like boot camp than a charity fund-raiser. more »»

Irish American Club aids local charities, provides scholarships

April 3, 2014 The success of the Irish Festival last month has enabled the Cape Coral Irish American Club to expand its list of local charities to receive a donation this year. more »»

Former mayor appeals court-ordered legal costs ruling

April 2, 2014 Former Cape Coral mayor John Sullivan and his co-defendants in a lost lawsuit to have a redux of the Nov. more »»

Firefighters battle Burnt Store Marina fire

April 2, 2014 An aggressive interior attack by Ladder 7 is credited in stopping an apartment fire and preventing damage throughout one of the Burnt Store Marina condominiums. Just before 2:30 p.m. more »»

New pickup truck given to wounded veteran

April 1, 2014 It took just seven days to collect the money to purchase a new pickup for a wounded Cape Coral veteran and his Cape Coral wif. more »»

The collector

April 1, 2014 Seasonal Cape Coral resident Jeremiah Pasternak grew up within the antiques business. “Before I could even walk, I was being pulled around antique fairs in a Radio Flyer wagon,” he sai. more »»

Police Review Board disbanded

April 1, 2014 Even members of the Civilian Police Review Board were split on the board's value on overseeing the Cape Coral Police Department, if not slightly weighted toward being discontinued. more »»

City looks at CRA expansion

April 1, 2014 City Council approved Economic Development Director Dana Brunett to move forward with studying the expansion of the Community Redevelopment Agency to include the Mid-Cape Industrial Park area. more »»

Lost, found & returned!

April 1, 2014 Missouri resident Jan Jacob thought her camera and priceless vacation photos were forever lost when it went missing on a Caribbean cruise to Cozumel in Februar. more »»

Pedestrian struck by vehicle released from hospital

April 1, 2014 A pedestrian has been released from the hospital after being struck by a Cape Coral drive. more »»

Trafalgar Middle invites public to sample tastes from its garden

April 1, 2014 After donating more than a ton of vegetables to the local food bank, the students at Trafalgar Middle School felt it was only appropriate to invite the public to have a taste of what they had grown... more »»

Cape man dies in motorcycle crash

March 29, 2014 A Cape Coral man was fatally injured Friday after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a van at Del Prado Boulevard North and Coral Lakes Boulevard. Brian Michael Giel, 23, of 1927 S.E. more »»



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