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Dolphin finds way through Chiquita Lock

May 12, 2015 There were some anxious moments and it didn’t seem to want to leave, but the dolphin that got itself stuck behind the Chiquita Lock got itself out, without any of the hoopla that surrounded it... more »»

Special Populations welcomes Gear Up Florida cyclists

May 12, 2015 Almost 100 members of Special Populations, cheering and holding handmade signs, welcomed 21 bicyclists Monday afternoon at the Sun Splash Family Waterpark pavilion. more »»

Sawicki, other dignitaries to test comedic talents at fundraiser

May 12, 2015 Cape Coral's mayor will showcase her comedic talents in a new and unique fundraise. more »»

CCPD Volunteer Unit seeking information desk volunteers

May 11, 2015 The Cape Coral Police Volunteer Unit is seeking volunteers to work the information desks at the police station and city hall. more »»

Updated: Office I-75 lanes re-opened

May 10, 2015 Update 10:48 p.m. All lanes on I-75 in Sarasota County are back open. Travel safe Update 7:45 p.m. Southbound I -75 is now closed at the 182 mile marker (Sumter Road). more »»

Mentor volunteers needed

May 8, 2015 It is always a very happy occasion when parents who have been involved with the Child Welfare system are re-unified with their children. more »»

AP reports: Clawson flipped shares in IPO despite US law

May 8, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Financial files obtained by The Associated Press show that a multimillionaire, first-term Florida congressman flipped shares in a solar company the same day he acquired them in an... more »»

Council discusses compensation, stormwater at COW

May 8, 2015 The Cape Coral City Council learned just how city workers stack up with like-sized communities in the state in regards to compensation and also learned about the city’s most comprehensive stormwater... more »»

U.S. Coast Guard Beach Station to hold open house

May 8, 2015 The U. S. Coast Guard Station on Fort Myers Beach will hold an open house from 10 a.m-3p.m. May 16 and 17. The station at 719 San Carlos Drive will offer tours of the Station and boats. more »»

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May 8, 2015 As May marks Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, motorists and motorcyclists are being asked to share the road to help prevent traffic accidents, injuries and deaths on Florida’s roadways. more »»

Fund raiser to benefit injured jogger

May 8, 2015 Several Cape Coral entities have partnered up to host a fundraiser for a jogger hit by a truck. The “Cape Love” fundraiser will be held on Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. more »»

Cape native a Dallas cheerleader finalist

May 8, 2015 One Cape Coral resident is going after her childhood dream this weekend in Texas hoping to continue to the next step. more »»

Olde Fish House Marina to expand

May 8, 2015 The Olde Fish House Marina received a unanimous vote at the end of April from the Lee County Board of County Commissioners to expand the restaurant. more »»

Farmers market shoppers: Gear up to move

May 8, 2015 Although the South Cape Farmers Market will close this Saturday for the season, Cape Coral residents have the opportunity to stop by the Surfside Farmers Market and the Farmers Market at Cape Harbou... more »»

The Duke of Germany serves up ethnic fare

May 8, 2015 For Germans and German-food lovers, the authentic Thuringia-style cuisine at Cape Coral’s Duke of Germany restaurant at 3816 Chiquita Blvd. is a must-try. more »»

Florida Supreme Court upholds city of Cape Coral fire services levy

May 7, 2015 The Florida Supreme Court has validated the city of Cape Coral's annual assessment to provide fire protection services, saying the municipality did not "violate existing law. more »»

State Supreme Court validates fire assessment

May 7, 2015 After opponents and the judicial system wrangled with it for more than two years, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday validated the city of Cape Coral’s fire service assessment and its methodolog. more »»

Mayor's Scholarship

May 6, 2015 A record number of upcoming graduates from seven Lee County high schools came together Thursday at Palmetto Pines Country Club to receive the rewards for their hard work and dedication to their... more »»

Charter recommendations move forward

May 6, 2015 Of the seven recommendations brought to City Council Monday night by the Charter Review Commission, six changes to the City Charter were allowed to continue to staff to be turned into ordinances in... more »»

Disaster Preparedness Seminar this Friday

May 6, 2015 A preparedness seminar specifically for local residents with disabilities is planned for this week. more »»



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