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Sanibel lecture inspired by legends in environmental movement

December 31, 2014 The Center for Environmental and Sustainability Education announces that the 2015 Rachel Carson Distinguished Lecture will be held in Sanibel on Jan. 3. more »»

DEP adopts restoration plan for Lake Okeechobee

December 31, 2014 The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has formally adopted an aggressive 10-year restoration plan, known as a basin management action plan or BMAP, covering Lake Okeechobee. more »»

Officials stress safety on the roadways

December 24, 2014 In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, local law enforcement agencies want to remind the public to slow down on the roads, obey all traffic laws and plan ahead for a night of revelry. more »»

Restaurateurs’ market of choice: Merrick marks milestone

December 24, 2014 For many restaurants in Southwest Florida, Merrick Seafood on Southeast 47th Terrace has become the go-to place to get the best and least expensive seafoo. more »»

Cape Harbour to host New Year’s Eve celebration

December 24, 2014 Ring in the New Year with a ball drop and fireworks in southwest Cape Coral. Cape Harbour will host its ninth annual New Year’s Party on Wednesday from 8 p.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

Cull bids farewell to curator post

December 24, 2014 Anne Cull, curator of the Cape Coral Historical Society Museum since 1999, will retire at the end of this yea. more »»

Matlacha walking tour a step back in time

December 24, 2014 The “Flavors of Matlacha” is a 75-minute walking tour of Matlacha Island offered by True Tours of Fort Myers, one of the attractions in the beautiful and many-storied river district of downtown Fort... more »»

South Cape trolley offers New Year’s Eve venue-hopping

December 24, 2014 Party-goers in the South Cape on New Year’s Eve can hop from venue to venue for just $5. The second annual “South Cape New Year's Eve 2015 Trolley Event” will take place from 7 p.m. to midnigh. more »»

Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village: Poutine proves to be popular ‘secret menu’ treat

December 24, 2014 A secret menu item was added to the restaurants at the Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village after the general manager wanted a taste of home — Canada. more »»

Firefighters, community, help make holidays a little brighter

December 24, 2014 Santa got a little help from the Cape Coral Fire Department on Monday and Tuesday. more »»

Valors Program honors WWII veteran for years of service

December 24, 2014 The Valor Program of the Veterans Administration veterans for Hope Hospice visited Choices in Living Adult Day Care Center in Cape Coral Tuesday to honor one of their own. more »»

Local Legion offers free Health Fair to veterans Jan. 10

December 24, 2014 Teaming up to help our local military veterans and active military personnel, the Estero Island Medical Care Center and American Legion Post 274 are hosting a Free Veterans Wellness Fair and blood... more »»

Police seek info on shooting that injured two

December 23, 2014 Cape Coral Police are investigating a weekend shooting that sent two people to the hospital with "non-life threatening" gunshot wounds. The investigation began at approximately 2 a.. more »»

DEP to conduct survey on Zemel landfill odor

December 23, 2014 Take a drive down U.S. more »»

Shop with a Cop

December 23, 2014 There were a lot of Cape Coral police officers at the Wal-Mart on Del Prado Boulevard Monday morning. Not to worry. Nothing bad happened (though it sure felt safer having them around). more »»

Shell Factory dedicates dog park, playground

December 23, 2014 Richard Dunmire has served his country, his community and the Lee County school system for much of his 82 years of life. more »»

Decorative dolphins return to Matlacha Bridge

December 23, 2014 For the first time in several years, the holiday spirit has illuminated the Matlacha Bridge with five “dolphin” light. more »»

Teen bicyclist injured in crash released from hospital

December 23, 2014 A Cape Coral teen is back home after his bicycle collided with a vehicle last month. As of Tuesday, Bradley S. Williams, 13, had been released from the hospital. According to Sgt. more »»

CCPD: Man suffers medical problem, crashes

December 23, 2014 A Cape Coral motorist remained hospitalized Tuesday after suffering a medical problem. Kevin Barry Keinath, 41, of 172 S.E. 17th S. more »»

City sets holiday schedule for the Chiquita Lock

December 23, 2014 The Chiquita Lock will begin the annual holiday schedule today, Dec. 24. The lock will close today at 10 p.m.  Lock operators will be available on a “call back” basis after 10 p.m. and only until 6 a. more »»

 
 

 

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