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Island pets to receive blessing Oct. 1

September 21, 2016 Island pets are encouraged to bring their humans and friends to church Saturday, Oct. 1, in celebration of a day dedicated to S. more »»

Fine food, history found at island restaurant

September 14, 2016 The Florida of today doesn’t reflect the tenacity of those who first settled the area, and it is difficult to find vestiges of early Southwest Florida. more »»

‘GiddyUp’ Bunch to receive military award

September 14, 2016 Capt. John “GiddyUp” Bunch has done so much for troubled veterans to help make their lives a little better that it has earned more than the notice of local, state and national media outlets. more »»

Winner crowned in Redfish Challenge

September 14, 2016 Local fisherman and residents came together Saturday at Low Key Tiki on Pine Island for the Sixth Annual Redfish Challenge. more »»

Wildcats spotted on Pine Island

September 14, 2016 Last week Pine Island was honored with special guests — the Princeton University Wildcat. more »»

Work continues to establish Zonta Club in Cape

September 14, 2016 An international organization focused on empowering women and girls globally and locally is within reach of setting up its newest charter in Cape Coral. more »»

Sun Splash slides into final weekends with admissions special

September 14, 2016 Attempting to salvage what’s left of a season battered by a destructive fire and severe weather, Sun Splash Family Waterpark is hoping to lure visitors back by offering a special admission price for... more »»

Chili Cook Off Sunday at the Shell Factory

September 14, 2016 Weather wise, it's expected to be a hot day at the Shell Factory Sunday. And the thing guaranteed to make it hotter will be the chili. more »»

Teen receives support from community after having fishing gear stolen

September 7, 2016 Fourteen-year-old Davon Diehl loves to fish. Every day, before the school year began, and every weekend he can be found on the pier at Pine Island Marina. On Sunday, Aug. more »»

Calusa Land Trust work party at Wigert/Barron Preserve

September 7, 2016 The Calusa Land Trust's monthly work/fun party will be held this Saturday, Sept. 10, at the new Wigert/Barron Preserve beginning at 9 am. more »»

Renovations, repairs continue at SJCCA

September 7, 2016 The St. James City Civic Association building has recently undergone some improvements including repaired bathrooms, plumbing and ceiling tile. more »»

Pine Island Dance receives special visitor

September 7, 2016 Saturday morning, Aug. more »»

County Commission incumbents take primary

September 7, 2016 The atmosphere at Commis-sioner Larry Kiker's watch party was tense as the first numbers of the evening rolled in. more »»

Rooney readies for general election in District 19 race

September 7, 2016 He may have won the Republican primary for the U.S. Rep. District 19 seat by a wide margin, but Francis Rooney isn’t taking anything for granted as he prepares for the general election in November. more »»

Scott wins primary for Lee County Sheriff

September 7, 2016 In a race that was essentially over before the Election Day Republican primary ballots were counted, Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott won reelection in a landslide vote over challenger Stephanie Eller. more »»

Harrington, Doyle advance to general election in Supervisor of Elections race

September 7, 2016 With five candidates in the non-partisan primary for Supervisor of Elections, the top two vote-getters in Tuesday’s balloting advance to general election runoff in November. more »»

WaterVentures visits Pine Island Elementary

August 31, 2016 WaterVentures' 53-foot semi-trailer arrived at Pine Island Elementary School early Friday morning. more »»

Mickuleit ‘pinned’ as new fire chief

August 31, 2016 Wednesday night, approximately 30 Pine Islanders arrived at Fire Station #1 for the “pinning' of new Fire Chief Benjamin Mickuleit. more »»

No consensus from Cape City Council on Seven Islands

August 31, 2016 Cape Coral City Council members could not come to an agreement Monday night in selecting a concept for the Seven Islands project that has taken a year to assemble. more »»

‘Club Blu, What is Next?’

August 31, 2016 From community policing, to technology like street cameras, local law enforcement possess a variety of tools to deal with street violence, but they also need the public's assistance to get the job... more »»



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