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Courtesy vessel safety checks offered

February 12, 2015 Cape Coral Sail and the Power Squadron want to make sure when you hit the open waters that your boat is good to go. And their concern will not cost local boaters dim. more »»

CCPD shows appreciation for its volunteers

February 12, 2015 Thomas LePointe didn’t volunteer at the Cape Coral Police Department to earn awards or accolades. For him, it was a way to give back. more »»

Goodwill’s O’Donnell earns full scholarship

February 12, 2015 Kirsten O’Donnell pretty much started Goodwill of Southwest Florida’s social media strategy from scratch. more »»

Oasis Youth Shelter reaches out to youths in crisis

February 12, 2015 A Fort Myers shelter is providing homeless and at-risk youth with services and resources to help support families in crisis within the local communit. more »»

9/11 ‘Never Forget’ exhibit coming to Fort Myers

February 12, 2015 The 9/11 “Never Forget” exhibit, provided by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, will be on display in Fort Myers this month as part of the Edison Pageant of Light series of events. more »»

Injured motorcyclist recovering following two-bike accident

February 12, 2015 A motorcyclist was improving Thursday at the hospital after he rear-ended another motorcycle. more »»

Pedestrian’s condition improving after being struck by car

February 12, 2015 A Cape Coral pedestrian is improving at the hospital after he was struck by a vehicle. more »»

Quaintance resigns as chamber president

February 11, 2015 After serving as its president and leader for nearly 18 years, Mike Quaintance is resigning from the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce to accept a teaching position at Keiser Universit. more »»

Proposed canoe, kayak training complex moves ahead

February 11, 2015 City Council voted unanimously Monday night to advance the South Florida Kayak & Canoe Club's proposed athletic training complex project on city-owned property located on Lake Kennedy. more »»

It's flu season

February 11, 2015 Seasons come, seasons go. With tourism season officially here this Saturday, the Florida winter season is under way and that marks the cold and flu season. more »»

Froggy’s to hold benefit for Sunrise Community of Cape Coral

February 11, 2015 Froggy's will hold a benefit for people with cerebral palsy Sunday, Feb. 22, from 12-6 p.m. The proceeds will benefit Sunrise Com-munity, a United Cerebral Palsy facility in Cape Coral. more »»

Motorcyclist injured in accident remains in hospital

February 11, 2015 A Cape Coral man remained hospitalized Tuesday after an SUV struck his motorcycle. Aaron William Pfuhl, 43, of 1310 S.E. 23rd Ave. more »»

Local 4-H kids get ready to show at county fair

February 11, 2015 With the Lee County Fair just two weeks away, kids from the Wild Wranglers 4-H Club and other organizations are preparing to present their animals to the judges. more »»

Gala of the Royal Horses coming to Lee Civic Center

February 11, 2015 When many people in these parts think of a horse, they think of one turning and burning around three barrels at a local rodeo ring. On Saturday, Feb. 14, at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Pine Island Art Association's 43rd Annual Art Show this weekend at Matlacha center

February 11, 2015 One of Pine Island's premier art shows will take place this weekend, Saturday Feb. 14, and Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Community Building in Matlacha Park, 4577 N.W. Pine Island Road, Matlach. more »»

Teuber addresses civic organization

February 11, 2015 Steven Teuber, vice-chair Lee County School District, spoke at the Greater Pine Island Civic Association's monthly meeting last Tuesday nigh. more »»

Pine Island Playhouse set to present ‘James and the Giant Peach’

February 11, 2015 Theater-goers should mark their calendars for Friday, Feb. 27, Saturday, Feb. 28 and Sunday March 1. The Beacon of H.O.P.E. more »»

AAA: Motorists recognize dangers but do little to alter behaviors

February 10, 2015 Too many Americans report that they regularly speed, run red lights, use distracting devices or drive drowsy, despite the fact that one in three have a loved one who has been seriously injured or... more »»

Insurance agent fined $140,000, has license revoked

February 10, 2015 A Fort Myers insurance agent was fined and had his license revoked by the Department of Financial Services after officials say he bilked "several" of his clients The agency revoked Gregory Sample’s... more »»

County eyes impact fee hike

February 5, 2015 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners will begin its discussions about a possible impact fee increase during a public hearing scheduled for March 3. more »»



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