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Valve replacement project will impact traffic at Coronado / S.E. 47th Street on Wednesday

November 15, 2016 City crews with the Cape Coral Utilities Department will replace a broken isolation valve in the intersection of Coronado Parkway and Southeast 47th Street on Wednesday, Nov. 16. more »»

Three phases, 10-year project: Cape Council hears parks plan, funding ideas

November 10, 2016 Cape Coral City Council gots its first look at a proposed Parks Master Plan Wednesday. David Barth of Barth Associates made its draft plan presentation during a special workshop meeting at City Hall. more »»

D.H. Horton: Plans for old golf course site submitted

November 10, 2016 Following through on its intentions for the former Golf Club of Cape Coral property on Palm Tree Boulevard, D.. more »»

Catch The Vision: Economic outlook set for Tuesday

November 10, 2016 As the local economic outlook continues to brighten, residential and commercial development in Cape Coral likewise is on the rise. more »»

Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale

November 10, 2016 By MELISSA SCHNEIDER mschneider@breezenewspapers. more »»

Hibiscus Society: Popular plant show set for Sunday

November 10, 2016 Sunday brings Southwest Florida a rare opportunity to obtain colorful hibiscus plants not generally available during the James E. more »»

Trump victory hailed by supporters in Lee

November 10, 2016 Donald Trump may have shocked the world Tuesday night by winning the presidential election over Hillary Clinto. more »»

Holiday Arts & Craft Fair set for this weekend

November 10, 2016 The 24th Annual Holiday Arts & Craft Fair hosted by St. Andrew Catholic School will be held Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 12 & 13 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. in the Parish Hall. more »»

Businesses must file for tangible property taxes

November 10, 2016 Many Lee County businesses have a tangible property tax account with the tax collector, and there are some that don’t. more »»

Cape Council to consider Seven Island resolution Monday

November 10, 2016 The resolution that is expected to kickstart the Seven Islands development project in Northwest Cape Coral to the next phase comes before City Council for approval on Monday at City Hall. more »»

Coconut Fest continues through Sunday at Sun Splash

November 10, 2016 The Cape Coral Coconut Festival continues through through Sunday. Tonight is Coco Country Night (5 p.m. more »»

Lee County General Election recap

November 8, 2016 With the exception of one major upset, Lee County voters leaned close to the status quo in Tuesday's General Election. more »»

Doyle unseats Harrington for Supervisor of Elections

November 8, 2016 After over a decade of serving as the Lee County Supervisor of Elections, Sharon Harrington was unseated by her challenger in Tuesday's general election. more »»

Sheriff Scott wins re-election

November 8, 2016 Just as he had done in the last two elections, Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott cruised to his fourth consecutive term in office in a landslide decision by county voters on Tuesday. more »»

Kuckel, Morgan claim at-large School Board seats

November 8, 2016 Two candidates came out on top in Tuesday's general election to fill the new at-large District 6 and District 7 seats on the Lee County School Board. more »»

Commissioners Mann, Kiker re-elected

November 8, 2016 The Lee County Board of Commissioners will remain status quo for the next four years. District 5 Commissioner Frank Mann and District 3 Commissioner Larry Kiker cinched the general election. more »»

Voters overwhelmingly approve Conservation 20/20 referendum

November 8, 2016 The Conservation 20/20 program, brought back to the voters in a non-binding referendum, received overwhelming support Tuesday, passing with a whopping 83.68 percent of the vote. more »»

Rooney cruises to District 19 Congressional win

November 8, 2016 There will be at least one fresh face in Washington, D.C., soon after Tuesday's voting results for the U.S. Congress District 19 seat. more »»

Council sets height limit for Seven Islands development

November 8, 2016 Stretching the vertical limits of what residents in Northwest Cape prefer, City Council on Monday OK'd the Seven Islands development vision for a maximum height of eight stories. more »»

Mariner High Students Place 2nd in Onsite Structural Competition

November 8, 2016 Eight Mariner High School students joined 400 student leaders from around Florida to participate in the Technology Student Association Leadership Conference and Competition held Nov. 3-5. more »»

 
 
 

 

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