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Hearing for land use amendment continued

May 24, 2016 Even though the public hearing was continued until July 18, enough people showed up to voice their strong opinions that City Council allowed them to speak Monday night. more »»

Click it or ticket

May 24, 2016 Cape Coral police and other agencies are on the lookout for those not wearing their seat belts. more »»

Teen shot by police officers charged

May 24, 2016 A Cape Coral teen accused of pointing a gun at officers during a standoff has been charge. more »»

Cape Coral couple receives air conditioner

May 24, 2016 For Sam Pramanan’s wife, who has cancer, to come home, he would have to keep his house cool. But without an air conditioner, he was having to do that by opening up the freezer in his kitchen. more »»

Cape man injured in crash released from Lee Memorial Hospital

May 24, 2016 A Cape Coral man was released from the hospital after recently driving into a tree. more »»

UPDATED: Burglary suspect shot, wounded, by police after pointing gun

May 23, 2016 A burglary suspect recovering in the hospital after being shot by police has been identified as Tre' S. Estes-Stalnos, 15. more »»

Goss announces congressional bid

May 23, 2016 Chauncey Goss, a Sanibel Island business man and council member, decided this past weekend he was gong to "jump in with both feet" when the Congressional District 19 Rep. more »»

Industrial park poised to break ground

May 20, 2016 Cape Coral is in desperate need of commercial industrial space, and a developer says his company is prepared to fill that nich. more »»

Lane closure on Monday on SR 31

May 20, 2016 Road Watch: Lee County SR 31 from the Charlotte County line to Little Farm Road: Maintenance contract project: Motorists should expect the northbound lane closed from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. more »»

7th annual Chrysalis Awards honors 6

May 20, 2016 The Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau and the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce Inc. more »»

Eaglet update: E8 shows signs of recovery

May 20, 2016 On Friday, eaglet E8 received its second radiograph (x-ray) since its operation last Saturday. more »»

Business, tourism celebrated at Chrysalis Awards

May 20, 2016 It is always an honor for businesses to be recognized for the work they do, and Friday, at the seventh-annual Chrysalis Awards at the Harborside Convention Center, Lee County’s best got such... more »»

Island preservationist Buchanan dies

May 20, 2016 Phil Buchanan, long-time Pine Island resident and activist, 72, died Thursday morning at his home in St. James City. The cause of death is unknown. more »»

Clawson announces he will not seek reelection in 2016

May 20, 2016 Congressman Curt Clawson, FL-19, announced Thursday that he will not seek reelection in 2016 to spend more time in Southwest Florida with his father and famil. more »»

Golf course group gears up city purchase campaign

May 20, 2016 The neighborhood group living near the vacant golf course on Palm Tree Boulevard organized in recent years to preserve the property as a course or green space is ramping up its activity. more »»

Field of Dreams: Oasis High needs help to finish first athletic goal

May 20, 2016 Oasis High School is in need of help from the community to complete its “Field of Dreams.” Last summer, the school kicked off a project to build an athletic practice field for the student. more »»

Kiwanis gives record number of scholarships

May 20, 2016 The Cape Coral Kiwanis gave out nearly a quarter of a million dollars in scholarships to 20 Cape Coral high school seniors at the organization’s annual awards dinner Wednesday. more »»

Purple Heart Trail event begins in the Cape

May 20, 2016 Southwest Florida Military Museum &?Library in Cape?Coral was the perfect setting Wednesday for Vets4Energy program director Capt. James McCormick (U.S. Army, Ret. more »»

Lee law enforcement remembers those who gave all

May 20, 2016 There are 17 of them, 15 humans and two dogs, who, since 1930 have answered the call of duty and didn’t come home. It might not seem like many, but it is 17 too many. more »»

Land use ordinances top council agenda

May 20, 2016 City Council has three ordinance public hearings on its agenda for Monday’s meeting at City Hall with all three dealing with land use amendments. more »»

 
 
 

 

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