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District 1 Road Watch, week of May 8

May 10, 2016 Florida Department of Transportation report: Upcoming road work in Southwest Florida. Below are the work schedule and lane closure locations for major state road projects. more »»

26 years later ...

May 10, 2016 Twenty-six years later and Cape Coral police refuse to give up on an unsolved double murder. Tuesday marked the anniversary of the city's tragic Cornell-Story murders. more »»

Bird count May 14 at preserve

May 10, 2016 International Migratory Bird Day is Saturday, and what better way to celebrate it than to go into nature and find them for yourselves. There will be a bird count from 8 to 11 a.m. more »»

Cape kayakers perform well but come up short in Junior Olympic bids 

May 10, 2016 While three young kayakers from Cape Coral made a good showing, none of them were able to crack the Junior Olympic squad during last week’s Olympic trials at Lake Lanier in Gainesville, G. more »»

New Habitat home blessed in Cape

May 10, 2016 Under ordinary circumstances, Eva Fisher wouldn’t have had a prayer being able to buy her own home. more »»

Man who crashed into Cape pool hall, killing one and injuring two others, sentenced to prison

May 10, 2016 A driver who crashed into a Cape Coral pool hall, killing one person, has been sentenced. William Henry Gulliver, 75, of 2230 Palm Ave., S. more »»

Two Cape residents injured in two-vehicle crash

May 10, 2016 Two Cape Coral residents were injured on Thursday when a motorist lost control of his vehicle. more »»

Mariner High’s Rials receives Zonta’s Young Women in Public Affairs Award

May 10, 2016 The 2016 recipient of Zonta’s Young Women in Public Affairs annual award is Casey Rials of Bokeelia, a senior with a 4.48 GPA at Cape Coral’s Mariner High School. more »»

Second eaglet finally fledges; now missing from nest

May 9, 2016 Just a few shorts days after fledging, the eaglet dubbed E8 is missing from its nest tree after an apparent incident in the early morning hours over the weekend. more »»

Retirees come to Cape in droves

May 6, 2016 For those who have retired and are looking for a place to spend their golden years, Cape Coral has become one of the hotspots. Cape Coral is the No. more »»

Hall of Fame:

May 6, 2016 To earn enshrinement into the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame, it takes more than just the ability to make gobs of money. more »»

Water Safety Day Saturday

May 6, 2016 Families, especially those with small children, are urged to stop by an event this weekend. more »»

First-ever undead-themed 5K May 13 at Rotary Park

May 6, 2016 As a zombie apocalypse befalls the city on Friday the 13th, participants can fight for survival as a human or help eradicate the living as a member of the undea. more »»

Cape Coral celebrates National Day of Prayer

May 6, 2016 They prayed for their city, their servants and their country, which was founded under the principles set forth by God. more »»

New Republican women’s group gears up

May 6, 2016 There's a new club in Cape Coral for women who already are, or interested in, getting involved in the workings of government and politics. more »»

Cape Coral City Council discusses parks plan, additional PR help

May 6, 2016 When the consultants for the Cape Coral parks master plan did their research, they discovered a lot of fascinating things, such as the need for a beach in a city that has no true beachfront. more »»

Second eaglet finally fledges; E8 takes wing

May 6, 2016 Things haven’t been easy for eaglet E8 in her short life. From being trapped in her nest, to a hospital visit, its life has been anything but boring. more »»

Council to consider bike lane options for Old Burnt Store

May 6, 2016 Responding to a request from the Transportation Advisory Commission, city staff will present two options to City Council on Monday for extending existing bicycle lanes on Old Burnt Store Road. more »»

Guilty plea entered in government assistance theft case

May 6, 2016 A former Cape Coral employee has pleaded guilty to stealing government assistance funds. The U.. more »»

Man sentenced to 20 years for production of child porn

May 6, 2016 U.S. District Judge John E. Steele has sentenced Yaisel Rodriguez, 25, of Cape Coral, to 20 years in federal prison for producing child pornography, officials reported on Thursday. more »»



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