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Southwest Florida food pantries need more milk

June 25, 2014 Fort Myers -- That gallon of milk you consider a staple in your refrigerator is missing in Southwest Florida’s food banks. more »»

Suspect sought in case of dog dragged by truck

June 25, 2014 Lee County Domestic Animal Services is seeking information about a young, black and white American Staffordshire terrier that was dragged from the back of a pickup truck Saturday, June 21. more »»

Clawson captures U.S. House seat

June 24, 2014 Curt Clawson took Florida's 19th Congressional District in a landslide win Tuesday night. more »»

North Fort Myers voters reject fire assessment plan

June 24, 2014 With the prospect of having to pay triple or more for fire service, the North Fort Myers voters in the Bayshore Fire District on Tuesday gave the proposed new fire assessment a resounding “no” at... more »»

Boathouse to try beach snack stand

June 24, 2014 In response to requests from beachgoers at the Cape Coral Yacht Club in recent weeks, the Boathouse Tiki Bar & Grill is working out details to operate a snack stand at the beach on weekends startin... more »»

PI Chamber officially kicks off 2014 MangoMania

June 24, 2014 “This is the After-Hours Card Exchange that is also our MangoMania Kick-Off event,” Jennifer Jennings, Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce Welcome Center director and MangoMania coordinator, sai... more »»

Woman injured in traffic accident released from hospital

June 24, 2014 A Cape Coral driver has been released from the hospital after crashing head-on into a tree. more »»

Galt Preserve on Pine Island getting facelift

June 24, 2014 After a four year wait, Pine Island's Galt Preserve is finally receiving an extreme makeove. more »»

North Fort Myers church celebrates new addition

June 24, 2014 In one room, a group of adults met for its weekly Bible study class. In another room, two young girls were attending Sunday school class with their two teachers. more »»

New mobile app to help alert Cape residents

June 23, 2014 When there’s a traffic tie-up caused by an accident or by the utilities expansion project, or severe weather coming or, God forbid, someone is on a shooting rampage, Cape Coral residents are going t... more »»

Body of missing swimmer recovered near Centennial Park in Fort Myers

June 22, 2014 Update: The deceased has been identified as Travis Clarke, 21. No additional details have been release. more »»

Driver dies in vehicle fire

June 22, 2014 An identified male driver died inside his vehicle Sunday after it caught fire while he was attempting to drive on the rim of one wheel after a tire shredded. more »»

Cape woman discharged from hospital

June 20, 2014 A Cape Coral driver has been released from the hospital after crashing head-on into a tree. more »»

District 19 Special Election is Tuesday; Early voting wraps up Saturday

June 19, 2014 Voters have through Saturday to cast a ballot early in Tuesday’s special general election. Early voting kicked off last weekend in Lee County at several polling location. more »»

Aquatics Festival Saturday

June 19, 2014 For more than two decades, the Annual Aquatics Festival has offered up watery fun for all ages. The event, which is celebrating its 23rd year, will take place Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. more »»

Red, White & Brew: Annual Cape Coral event to kick off July 4th holiday

June 19, 2014 It has become an annual tradition for Cape nightowls to enjoy beer, listen to great music, have a snack, and then enjoy more bee. more »»

A world of tastes bountiful within Cape Coral

June 19, 2014 Cape Coral offers a variety of specialty food choices, including Italian, German and Indian cuisine, as well as fresh seafood. more »»

Popeyepalooza V - Annual BBQ benefit hits FM Beach

June 19, 2014 Once again raising funds for the Fort Myers Beach Soccer Club, “Popeyepalooza V” is rolling out the red carpet and hitting the sand and surf of the Beach Pub, 1668 I S. more »»

Bond refinancing to save millions

June 17, 2014 Citing significant savings, Cape Coral City Council unanimously agreed to refinance $30 million in bond obligation. more »»

Election dispute now set for mediation, another appeal

June 17, 2014 Former Cape Coral Mayor John Sullivan and his supporters are not giving up hope of winning their appeal in the long-running saga of the Nov. 5, 2013 mayoral election. more »»

 
 

 

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