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Former city pharmacy owner sentenced to 12 years

October 14, 2015 A former Cape Coral business owner was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison last week. On Oct. 5, U.S. District Judge Sheri Polster Chappell sentenced Jorge Otano, 54, of the Cape. more »»

Farmers market coming to Marinatown

October 14, 2015 After several months of hard work, North Fort Myers residents soon will have a farmers market of their ow. more »»

Man injured in bicycle accident released from hospital

October 14, 2015 A bicyclist who was found lying in the road last week has been released from the hospital. more »»

CCPD continues to investigate weekend traffic crash

October 14, 2015 Police are investigating a weekend traffic crash that allegedly involved a speeding driver. more »»

Luncheon examines North Fort Myers’ renaissance

October 14, 2015 North Fort Myers has an opportunity at a renaissance, but it will take leaders from business, government and residents and patience for that to happen. more »»

LCEC to hold employee-run yard sale Saturday

October 14, 2015 Attention yard sale enthusiasts. LCEC is about to hold a huge yard sale, and all the proceeds are going for a good cause. more »»

Learn to grow veggies in containers at NFM Community Center

October 14, 2015 One of the best ways to grow vegetables is by using containers. But there are some things you need to keep in mind. more »»

SHARE Club has multiple events at NFM Rec Center

October 14, 2015 The North Fort Myers Recreation Center has numerous programs for the area’s senior population. Over the next couple weeks, the SHARE Club will have two major events. On Wednesday, Oc. more »»

Lighthouse of SWFL to hold White Cane walk, festival Thursday

October 14, 2015 Have you ever wondered what it’s like to walk a busy intersection while blind? Many people who are visually impaired do that every single day. more »»

Local high schools take part in manufacturing event

October 14, 2015 Students at North Fort Myers High School last week got an opportunity to learn more about manufacturing. more »»

School brass: Teacher, admin retention a problem

October 9, 2015 Finding and retaining qualified teachers and administrators is one of the greatest challenges faced by the School District of Lee County, officials said this week. Newly appointed Superintendent Dr. more »»

Residents gets first take on Northwest Cape vision

October 9, 2015 By CHUCK BALLARO Residents in the northwest section of Cape Coral had a lot to digest, but all the data they got will go a long way toward determining the future of the area. more »»

Gas spikes after dipping below $2

October 9, 2015 For a few brief glimmering days, drivers in Lee County drove past local gas stations and saw a sight they hadn’t seen since the winter of 2009. $1.9. more »»

Open House: Cape Fire to offer events at all stations

October 9, 2015 The Cape Coral Fire Department is going all out this year to let people know what they’re doing in their neighborhoods. On Saturday, from 9 a.m. more »»

Two-day 239 Fest to feature punk, ska, reggae

October 9, 2015 A two-day festival featuring nearly two dozen bands will kick off today in the South Cap. more »»

Cape’s popular Pumpkin Patch opens Saturday

October 9, 2015 The 2015 Pumpkin Patch and Festival will open this weekend at a church in Cape Coral. more »»

District 7 candidates disavow Democratic Party mailer

October 9, 2015 The Florida Democratic Party injected input in the Cape Coral City Council general election this week with a mail flier and neither the candidate supported nor the candidate targeted is happy about... more »»

10th annual Beach Pirate Festival this weekend

October 9, 2015 Ye annual Fort Myers Beach Pirate Festival is jest around ye carrrrrrrner, sweeping ye shores of Bay Walk on Fort myers Beach today through Sunday, Oct. 9 to 11. more »»

‘Bang Your Head’ with Quiet Riot during Cape Coral Bike Night Oct. 10

October 9, 2015 The first Cape Coral Bike Night is kicking off on a high heavy metal note Saturday at the Dixie Roadhouse, with rock legend Quiet Riot performing an all-ages outdoor concert starting at 8 p.m. more »»

Teens injured in Cape Coral crash improving

October 9, 2015 Two people were thrown from a vehicle on Tuesday after the driver reportedly ran a red light. Police reported that Tritton “Trey” Cobb, 19, of North Fort Myers, and Joseph A. more »»



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