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Police investigate shooting incident near Cape High

October 8, 2014 Cape Coral Police responded to a shooting incident in the McDonald's parking lot next to Cape Coral High School around 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. more »»

Council approves settlement agreement

October 7, 2014 Cape Coral City Council closed the book on the lawsuit that was a result of the mayoral election last November when now-Mayor Marni Sawicki won by a little over 100 votes over then-Mayor John... more »»

Ride 4 Wishes

October 7, 2014 A cycling event this weekend in Cape Coral will benefit Make-A-Wish Southern Florida. The first-ever Project 10 Ride 4 Wishes and Family Day will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

Pine Island Road widening completed

October 7, 2014 Nearly three decades after first being proposed, Pine Island Road (State Road 78), from Chiquita Boulevard west to Burnt Store Road, became a four-lane divided highway officially Monday when city... more »»

Goldenfest just keeps getting bigger

October 7, 2014 Every year it gets bigger and bigger, and despite the threatening weather, dogs and dog lovers couldn’t stay away. more »»

Eagle cam, Ozzie and Harriet are back

October 7, 2014 If it’s early October in South-west Florida, it must be time for its most beloved bald eagle clan to return to nest. more »»

Hall O’ Wheels called a roaring success

October 7, 2014 Mike Fahnlander was certainly a blessed man Saturday evening as he looked up at the sky. more »»

Pine Island church hosts blessing of the animals

October 7, 2014 Saturday morning, despite threatening weather, a crowd of about 75 people began arriving at St. John's Episcopal Church on Pine Island to have their animals blessed. more »»

Public input sought on Prairie Pines Preserve management plan revision

October 7, 2014 Prairie Pines Preserve, located on the east side of Tamiami Trail north of Del Prado Extension/Mellow Drive, has a 10-year revision to the management plan the public can view to offer input. more »»

Suspect sought in multiple bird shooting case

October 6, 2014 Lee County Domestic Animal Services is seeking information in a case involving birds shot in the head with a blow gun near a Cape Coral discount stor. more »»

Congressional Medal of Honor to speak at Bonita Springs church

October 5, 2014 Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Robert Maxwell will speak at the First Presbyterian Church of Bonita Springs, Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. more »»

American Veterans Traveling Tribute to visit Cape

October 5, 2014 The American Veterans Traveling Tribute will visit Cape Coral’s Jaycee Park in November 2014. The tribute will present several Cost of Freedom Memorials and exhibits. more »»

Council to address settlement in Sullivan case

October 3, 2014 City Council is expected to approve a resolution Monday settling the civil court case brought by former Mayor John Sullivan against Marni Sawicki after Sawicki was elected in October 2013. more »»

Oktoberfest at Cape Harbour to open tonight

October 3, 2014 Get out the lederhosen and steins as it is that time of year to celebrate — German-style. more »»

'Hall O' Wheels'

October 3, 2014 A combination car and bike cruise-in, food fest and concert will take over the grounds of the Northside Drive-In & Flea Market this Saturda. more »»

Lee School Board’s Scott remembered as mentor, student advocate

October 3, 2014 Tom Scott was a mentor and a father figure on the Lee County School Board, who always had the best interests of the children first, even if you didn’t always agree with him. more »»

County Library System celebrating 50th anniversary

October 3, 2014 The first libraries in Lee County grew out of grassroots efforts by community groups. more »»

County managers, chairs meet in Lee for summit

October 3, 2014 It was a formal meeting with informal conversation about topics that concern county commissioners and managers throughout Southwest Florida. more »»

Police report: Driver speeding at time of fatal accident

October 3, 2014 A driver involved in a recent, fatal vehicle-versus-bicycle accident was allegedly speeding. On Sunday, Jason William Stewart, 44, of 3619 N.E. 18th Ave. more »»

Goldenfest coming to Shell Factory this weekend

October 3, 2014 Get ready to romp — The Shell Factory will hosts the sixth annual Goldenfest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. . more »»

 
 

 

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