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Cape Coral man accused of using counterfeit credit cards to steal fuel

December 13, 2016 A Cape Coral man is facing multiple charges after state investigators say he stole fuel using counterfeit credit cards. more »»

Bond referendum to fund projects eyed

December 9, 2016 Implementation of the Parks Master Plan that was approved by City Council earlier this week comes with a hefty pricetag estimated at $60 million and would take several years to achieve the plan's... more »»

New campaign takes ‘islandology’ another level

December 9, 2016   The Lee County Visitors and Convention Bureau has had quite a year, with the successes of National Seashell Day and the Island Hopper Songwriter Festival, as well as their “Find Your Island” medi... more »»

LCEC: City data request would cost millions

December 9, 2016 Responding to a data request from the Public Service Commission this week, LCEC estimates that it could cost between $2.2 and $3. more »»

Cape environmentalist honored by Audubon

December 9, 2016 By CHUCK BALLARO If there’s an environmental issue in Southwest Florida that needs to be addressed, there’s a good chance Carl Veaux will be there to join the fight. more »»

Shopper Marketplace now inside The Breeze

December 9, 2016 To better serve readers and advertisers, the Breeze Newspapers has integrated its Lee County Shopper publication into the news sections of its community newspapers including The Breeze. more »»

Eagle targets immigration violators with stepped-up penalties

December 9, 2016 If you are in the county without proper immigration paperwork and you commit a violent crime in the state of Florida, you could to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law — and then some — i... more »»

Islanders take issue with annexation of city-owned lots

December 9, 2016 The Pine Island Elks Club was nearly filled to capacity Tuesday night to hear an update about Cape Coral’s plan to annex 5 acres on Matlacha Island. more »»

Officer injured in crash released from hospital

December 9, 2016 A Cape Coral police officer has been released from the hospital after sustaining serious injuries over the weekend in an off-duty traffic crash that is alcohol related. more »»

Charter officials vow to forge ahead despite row

December 9, 2016 It has been a pretty messy week for the Cape Coral Charter Schools and city Mayor Marni Sawicki as their respective issues were publically aired. more »»

Cape Coral Bike Night set for Saturday

December 9, 2016 The city will host its second Cape Bike Night of the 2016-17 season on Saturday night. Cape Bike Night will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. along Southeast 47th Terrace in the South Cap. more »»

Sanibel resident worked with Trump in early days

December 9, 2016 A career that initially began as an assistant textbook editor for Prentice-Hall eventually led to starting his own public relations company, and later becoming a consultant and merger, acquisition... more »»

Robbery suspect sought

December 8, 2016 The Lee County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for help in locating a man caught in the act of robbing a North Fort Myers convenience store early this morning. more »»

Council approves Parks Master Plan, discusses former Golf Club property

December 7, 2016 Much of the discussion about the city's proposed Parks Master Plan at Monday's City Council meeting centered on the former Cape Coral Golf Club that lies dormant on Palm Tree Boulevar. more »»

Rock 'n Roll Christmas Party to benefit the Boys and Girls' Club

December 7, 2016 Aubuchon Homes will host a Rock 'n Roll Christmas Party this Thursday from 6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. at the The Riverside Home in Cape Coral’s Yacht Club at 5769 Riverside Drive. more »»

Keep the Wreath Green

December 7, 2016 The Cape Coral Fire Department recently kicked off its annual holiday fire safety campaign. The “Keep the Wreath Green” campaign started on Dec. 1. more »»

Council changes meeting schedule

December 7, 2016 With Monday night's approval, City Council will change the number of voting meetings it schedules beginning in January. more »»

Challenger students compete in Pop-Up Quiz Show

December 7, 2016 Challenger Middle School students were quizzed on their knowledge of civics Wednesday. more »»

First-ever Cape Coral Outdoor Expo and Boat Show a huge success

December 7, 2016 The first-ever Cape Coral Outdoor Expo and Boat Show held last weekend was a huge success, according to organizer Don Ware. The three-day event began Friday, Dec. 2, and ran through Sunday, Dec. 4. more »»

CCPD: Three arrested after pot found in home

December 6, 2016 Police executing a search warrant in southeast Cape Coral on Friday charged three people with possession of marijuana with intent to sell/distribute after several baggies containing the drug were... more »»



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