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Pioneer footprints endure

April 1, 2016 Communities hitting “middle age” suffer the same bittersweet reality as do its residents hitting the same milestone: We come into our own but, to our sadness, often find ourselves saying goodbye to... more »»

Patient protection bill good legislation

March 25, 2016 A patient protection bill described by an array of proponents as a model for states across the country is pending the signature of Gov. Rick Scott. more »»

Charter commission vote made good sense

March 18, 2016 A bid to add two members to the Lee County Board of County Commissioners while also changing how those representatives would be elected narrowly failed a Lee County Charter Review Commission vote... more »»

Credibility at stake if core findings fail

March 11, 2016 The first public presentation of the city’s desired franchise terms will be made to the Cape Coral City Council Monday. more »»

Flu shots make sense

March 4, 2016 It’s a little late in the season but the number of reported cases has health officials again urging flu shots. more »»

Strategic planning process under way

February 26, 2016 Cape Coral City Council will continue its Strategic Planning meeting on Monday. more »»

Time to toss Lifeline a lifeline

February 19, 2016 One of Cape Coral’s unique, mission-driven charities will hold the first of its two primary annual fundraisers next month. more »»

North 2: Litmus test

February 12, 2016 The next phase of the city of Cape Coral’s Utility Expansion Project is expected to break ground in August. more »»

Presidential preference? Florida’s turn approaching

February 5, 2016 Florida is not among the dozen-plus states that caucus. Thank goodness. more »»

Rock shocks?

January 29, 2016 First thing Monday morning, we were greeted with an email exchange on an issue that spilled over into the late afternoon Cape Coral City Council meetin. more »»

Building the foundation for economic recovery

January 22, 2016 The city of Cape Coral’s primary economic driver is once again revving its engine. more »»

Don’t be victimized twice

January 15, 2016 They are out there and they are bold. more »»

The Cape is a great place to start 2016

January 8, 2016 For those of us who love community events, January is always a very good month in Cape Coral — and 2016 is no exception. more »»

New Year’s revelations

December 31, 2015 If national recognition is any indication of economic health, Cape Coral has climbed its way back to normalcy. more »»

Merry Christmas

December 24, 2015 Life seems busier than in the good old days, doesn’t it? And there is so much about which to worry. more »»

Congress must be part of pact process

December 18, 2015 It probably will require weeks of examining and analyzing the Paris climate change agreement for Americans to understand fully what it means to us. more »»

American heroes

December 11, 2015 Cape Coral will pay tribute to an Iraqi war veteran this weekend with a number of events. Former U.. more »»

Facing the Syrian refugee crisis

November 25, 2015 With Thanksgiving Day behind us and the holiday season just ahead, we have much to be thankful for here in Cape Cora. more »»

High hopes for our new city council

November 13, 2015 On Monday, Cape Coral residents saw four council members sworn in to serve on the city’s elected board. Two, Rana Erbrick and John Cariosica, are returning members. more »»

Endorsements and recommendations recap

October 30, 2015 Early voting continues today and Saturday in advance of the Cape Coral General Election to be held Tuesday, Nov. 3. more »»

 
 
 

 

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