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Teen’s death brings plea for safety measures

August 26, 2014 Three days after Cape Coral teen Austin Dukette was struck and killed on Kismet Parkway while riding his bicycle to school, several residents appeared before Cape Coral City Council Monday night to... more »»

Cape Coral police stress need for new contract

August 26, 2014 In a show of solidarity, perhaps more than 60 Cape Coral police officers and family members attended Monday's City Council meeting to make sure their frustration got the attention of the members. more »»

Motorcyclist injured in crash released from hospital

August 26, 2014 A motorcyclist has been released from the hospital following an accident in which a pedestrian died five months ago. As of Tuesday, Leslie S. more »»

Operation Open Arms fundraiser comes to the Cape

August 25, 2014 A long procession of Mini-Coopers, almost 200 of them, made its way over the Midpoint Bridge, turned into the Eco Preserve and stopped at the War Memorial Park. more »»

Mayor Sawicki to host “Mayor’s Night Out” on Thursday, Aug. 28

August 25, 2014 Cape Coral Mayor Marni Sawicki will host her “Mayor’s Night Out” on Thursday, Aug. 28 at the Chester Street Resource Center in the South Cape. The center is at 4816 Chester Street. more »»

Cape police seeking armed robbery suspect

August 25, 2014 Cape Coral Police are looking for two suspects from an early-morning attempted armed robbery at the Golden Corral in north Cape Cora. more »»

Clerk of Court issues warning about e-mail scams

August 22, 2014 Clerk of Court Linda Doggett is warning residents of the most recent spike in fraudulent e-mails by entities impersonating clerks’ offices across the state. more »»

Updated: Cape teen critically injured in bike/car crash dies

August 22, 2014 Updated: A Cape Coral teen who was struck by a patrol vehicle while riding his bike on Kismet Parkway early Friday morning has died as a result of his injuries. more »»

Early voting wraps up Saturday; Primary Election is Tuesday

August 21, 2014 Lee County voters have two days left to cast a ballot early before Tuesday’s primary election. Early voting remains open today and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

Teen charged as adult in stabbing death

August 21, 2014 A 13-year-old Cape Coral boy was indicted this week in the stabbing death of a homeless man. A Lee County grand jury met Wednesday and indicted Yoel Munoz, of 502 N.E. more »»

Arrest made in attempted abduction

August 21, 2014 A Cape Coral man is facing an attempted kidnapping charge after police say he grabbed a woman by the hair and tried to force her into his vehicle in broad daylight Wednesday morning. Curtis D. more »»

Redfish challenge: Flats Invitational hits the water next weekend

August 21, 2014 The annual Flats Invitational Redfish Challenge celebrates its 10th year of existence next weekend based at the Marina at Cape Harbour. The weekend kicks off with a captains’ meeting at 5:30 p.m. more »»

‘Ride for Bully Awareness’ this weekend

August 21, 2014 A two-day event designed to raise awareness about youth bullying will take place this weekend. The second annual Ride for Bully Awareness/Cape Coral will be held Sunday at 9 a.m. more »»

Cape Council looks to set fee rates for new budget year

August 21, 2014 Cape Coral City Council will hold public hearings on four resolutions aimed at setting the annual rates for solid waste, horticultural and recycling, vacant lot mowing and stormwater user fees for... more »»

Vendors sought for foundation family weekend

August 21, 2014 The Invest in America’s Veterans Foundation and the Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library promises a weekend of education and fun Sept. 27 and 28. more »»

City researching voluntary residential fire sprinklers

August 20, 2014 Despite hesitation on the part of several council members on the subject of residential fire sprinklers, Councilmember Rana Erbrick's request to revisit drafting such an ordinance gained the suppor... more »»

Welcome back

August 20, 2014 Lee County's first day of school went off without a hitch this week, minus the typical hiccups. On Monday morning, students enrolled in the School District of Lee County headed back to class. more »»

No No-See-Um

August 20, 2014 It's that dreaded time of year ... no-see-um seaso. more »»

Love’s opens to travelers of I-75 in North Fort Myers

August 20, 2014 Cars and people streamed off of I-75 at Exit 143 on Bayshore Road for gas and a bite to eat, and locals came by to pick up a quick loaf of bread or a gallon of milk. more »»

Man sentenced to prison for aggravated battery

August 20, 2014 A man who attacked his Cape Coral boyfriend with a razor has received prison time. more »»

 
 

 

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