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Valentines' Valentine

February 14, 2017 A Cape Coral couple's Valentine's Day hat trick surely topped any exchange of candy, flowers or jewelry Tuesday. more »»

One more flight

February 14, 2017 About 70 years ago, for nearly three years, Paul Sanborn trained to become a member of a team that flew B-24 bombers. But by the time he and his crew were ready to go to war, it had already ende. more »»

Contracts for Cape Streetscape Project approved

February 14, 2017 City Council voted unanimously Monday night to enter into two contracts relating to the Streetscape Project on Southeast 47th Terrace, one for professional design services with CPH Inc. more »»

14 appointed to city’s new Youth Council

February 14, 2017 Cape Coral City Council appointed the first 14 members of the new Youth Council at Monday night's regular meeting. more »»

Cirque Italia comes to Cape Coral this weekend

February 14, 2017 Cirque Italia, the Water Circus, will be in Cape Coral for a seven-performance, four-day engagement starting Thursday and going into Sunda. more »»

Charter School Board approves new contract for Stephenson

February 14, 2017 Cape Coral Charter School superintendent Nelson Stephenson will have a new contract to continue leading the city's four charter school system into the future. more »»

After top candidate backs out, council selects new city auditor

February 14, 2017 City Council had to revisit its process for hiring a new city auditor at its regular meeting Monday because the top candidate chosen from among three finalists withdrew his name from consideration. more »»

Yacht Club median project under way

February 14, 2017 A median landscaping project extending from the Yacht Club to Cape Coral Parkway is under way. more »»

Auditor: City committed to charter school system

February 10, 2017 City Auditor Margaret Krym has only a few days left before she retires, but she remains adamant that the financial health of the city’s Charter School System can be fixed if the city and the schools... more »»

Access to old golf course prohibited

February 10, 2017 The owner of the former Cape Coral Golf Club recently announced to surrounding residents that anyone found on the defunct property will face trespassing charges. In a Jan. more »»

Pancake fundraiser: School rallies for sick child

February 10, 2017 The public can enjoy a delicious breakfast on Saturday and help support a Cape Coral family. more »»

Cape Police to hold event Saturday

February 10, 2017 The Cape Coral Police Department will host an Open House this weekend for the public. The event will take place on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at police headquarter. more »»

Congressman takes part in water quality update

February 10, 2017 Newly elected Congressman Francis Rooney gathered with local officials and environmental leaders on Sanibel Thursday to take part in an update on Southwest Florida's ongoing water quality crisi. more »»

Mariner coach charged with unlawful sexual activity with a minor, placed on administrative leave by school district

February 10, 2017 Mariner boys’ basketball coach James Harris was arrested Thursday, accused of having a sexual relationship with a studen. more »»

Council selects top city auditor candidate in tie-breaker vote

February 10, 2017 Cape Coral City Council picked its next city auditor at a special meeting Wednesday after interviewing three finalist candidates in Council Chambers. more »»

79th Edison Festival of Light begins this weekend

February 10, 2017 Events associated with the 79th Edison Festival of Light kick off the celebration this weekend in downtown Fort Myers. more »»

CROW volunteers return Pine Island eaglet to nest

February 10, 2017 A 5-week-old eaglet is back in its Pine Island nest — sort of — thanks to the efforts of CROW. more »»

Arts & Craft Show to benefit Island Coast swim teams

February 10, 2017 Not considered a major sport that generates revenue for high school athletic programs, swimming programs take a back seat to their football, basketball, baseball, soccer and softball brothers and... more »»

Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk set for Feb. 18

February 10, 2017 Registration is open for an annual walk that raises funding for pancreatic cancer research. The 6th Annual Southwest Florida Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk will take place on Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. more »»

Cape Council to select its first Youth Council members

February 10, 2017 City Council will put the final puzzle pieces together at Monday’s regular meeting when it decides which high school students will serve on the first Youth Council. more »»

 
 
 

 

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