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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 »»

Liz Stuart remembered for her artistry and charity

November 8, 2016 Elizabeth "Liz" Stuart was a woman of faith, a world traveler and an accomplished artist who never stopped giving of herself. more »»

Cape Coral woman injured in crash in Hardee County

November 8, 2016 A Cape Coral woman was hospitalized over the weekend after a hit-and-run in Hardee County. more »»

Marco Rubio wins re-election to Senate

November 8, 2016 TALLAHASSEE (AP) — Republican Se. more »»

Florida OKs medical marijuana amendment

November 8, 2016 TALLAHASSEE (AP) — Florida voters approved a state constitutional amendment Tuesday to legalize medical marijuana, broadening access to pot beyond the limited therapeutic uses approved by the... more »»

City to sponsor Shred Day/Donation Drive at City Hall

November 8, 2016 The City of Cape Coral is teaming with Goodwill Industries to sponsor a Shred Day/Donation Day at City Hall. The event will be held Friday, Nov. 18, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. more »»

NFM Mixed Raider Team named JROTC National Champions

November 7, 2016 North Fort Myers High School’s Mixed Raider Team has been named JROTC National Champions, and the Female Raider Team from Mariner High School JROTC took fourth place at the National Raider Challenge... more »»

$63 million funded over 10-20 years: Cape Council hears Bike/Ped plan

November 4, 2016 It’s going to take time and money, but the Cape Coral City Council liked what it heard in regards to making the city much friendlier for pedestrians and cyclists. more »»

$100 million raised: Children’s hospital hits goal

November 4, 2016 SWFL Children’s Charities, Inc. donated $2. more »»



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