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‘Bed race’ to raise money for cancer charities

May 1, 2015 A fundraiser this weekend will benefit two local charities that offer cancer assistance. Hosted by the 4 Words Foundation and 21st Century C.A.R.E. more »»

CROW takes in osprey and loggerhead patients

May 1, 2015 Two new patients arrived in “grave” condition at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation for Wildlife (CROW) on Sanibel during the week of April 20-25. more »»

City, business leaders attend sustainability summit

May 1, 2015 There are three pillars of sustainability; people, places and the economy, and all three need to be in balance for cities to continue to grow and thrive. more »»

Silver King tourney returns, global anglers hooked

May 1, 2015 Only in its fourth season, a Sanibel-based tarpon tournament has caught fire with anglers. more »»

Council OK’s military veteran tribute banners for along Cape Parkway

April 28, 2015 Military veteran tribute banners will start showing up on city owned street light poles along Cape Coral Parkway about May 15 because, as expected, City Council unanimously approved the CRA's... more »»

Women Build: Group gets to work on Cape home

April 28, 2015 They came just after sunrise to a home on Northeast 2nd Avenue in Cape Coral. Dozens of women signing their names and doing their part to help a single mother achieve her dream of owning her own home. more »»

LMHS to host Stroke Ability Fair

April 28, 2015 Lee Memorial Health System will host its first-ever Stroke Ability Fair this week in Cape Coral. Free and open to the public, the event will take place Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Residents pack church to see Bimini Basin visions

April 28, 2015 They kept adding extra seats for all the residents who packed into Faith Presbyterian Church on Coronado Parkway Thursday to see what ideas the 14 graduate students from the University of South... more »»

Cape teachers earn grants from CenturyLink

April 28, 2015 Two teachers from Cape Coral public schools got a big surprise Monday morning in their classroom. more »»

New Wounded Warrior Anglers activity introduced

April 28, 2015 A new program that the Wounded Warrior Anglers introduced to its veterans early this month will continue in Matlacha later this yea. more »»

Sheriff’s Department’s Dobson retires

April 28, 2015 Well over 100 people gathered at the Pine Island Chamber of Commerce building last week to celebrate 35 years of dedicated service Lee County Sheriff's Department's Richard Dobson gave to the... more »»

Araba Shrine Circus comes to Lee Civic Center

April 28, 2015 Thousands of children young and old saw the acrobats, the animals, the clowns and more. And it all went for the great caus. more »»

Snook season to close in Gulf state and federal waters

April 28, 2015 Snook will close to all harvest in Gulf state, federal and inland waters, including all of Monroe County and Everglades National Park, starting May 1. more »»

‘All for the Animals’ poker tournament to benefit GCHS Saturday

April 28, 2015 The Gulf Coast Humane Society will hold the “All in for the Animals” Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament to benefit the new Cape Coral shelter Saturday, May 2, at the Italian American Club, 4725 Vincenne... more »»

Police urge 'stranger danger' conversations

April 27, 2015 Local police are urging parents to have a "stranger danger" conversation with their children after a man reportedly tried to lure a young teen into his car. more »»

FGCU professor to speak on gopher tortoise research project at Friends of Wildlife meeting

April 27, 2015 Dr. John Herman, a biology faculty member at Florida Gulf Coast University, will speak at the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife meeting on Tuesday, May 12, at 7 p.m. more »»

FWC accepting applications for alligator hunting permits

April 26, 2015 The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is now accepting applications for a chance to participate in this year’s recreational alligator hunting season. more »»

Sheriff's Office: Large cocaine enterprise blown open

April 25, 2015 A large scale cocaine distribution ring stemming from Puerto Rico to Lee County has been shut down, Lee County Sheriff's Office officials said Friday. more »»

Deadline approaching for land purchase

April 24, 2015 You’ve seen the television commercials. You've heard the pleas. Buy the Land. Save out drinking water. May 1 —just seven days away from today — looms as a deadline for water quality. more »»

Lee County Clerk of the Court issues warming about 'missed jury duty' scam

April 24, 2015 Clerk of Court Linda Doggett would like all Lee County residents to be aware of a recent spike in “Missed Jury Duty” scams. This newest round of scams comes in the form of telephone call. more »»



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