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Council approves deep injection well

February 2, 2016 With six members in attendance on Monday, City Council unanimously approved installation of a new deep injection well at the Southwest Water Reclamation and Water Treatment plan. more »»

Man facing vehicular homicide charges dies

February 2, 2016 A Cape Coral driver facing vehicular homicide died just weeks before his case went to trial. Jason William Stewart, 45, of 3619 N.E. 18th Ave., was pronounced dead on Wednesday at 5 p.m. more »»

Boy hurt in accident remains hospitalized in Tampa

February 2, 2016 An 11-year-old boy remained hospitalized on Tuesday following a recent traffic accident. Noah Gordon, of 3607 S.E. 21st Av. more »»

Mariner students play volleyball, hear message

February 2, 2016 Bob Holmes has traveled to more than 5,500 gymnasiums and played more than 19,000 volleyball games in front of 5 million people. more »»

Record crowd turns out for 14th annual Gumbofest at Shell Factory

February 2, 2016 People were having to park at the bowling alley, down the street, wherever there was parking as the 14th annual Gumbofest came to the Shell Factory on Sunday. more »»

Habitat for Humanity homeowners burn their mortgages

February 2, 2016 The dream of every homeowner is that special day when they make that final payment on their home, making it all theirs free and clear. more »»

Turner to discuss his latest book

February 2, 2016 Local author and historian Gregg M. Turner will discuss his latest book, “The Florida Land Boom of The 1920s” at 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. more »»

'Skimmers' found at four gas stations in Lee County

January 29, 2016 Detectives with the Cape Coral Police Department Investigative Service Bureau (Financial Crimes Unit) teamed up with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office Economic Crimes Unit, Florida Department of... more »»

Land use development regulations workshop set

January 29, 2016 The city of Cape Coral is in the process of rewriting its laws regarding land use development regulations, and Thursday, at City Hall, the city will hold a second workshop to discuss the regulations... more »»

Diplomat students participate in Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!

January 29, 2016 Students at Diplomat Middle School spent the week learning about how fun reading can be. The Just Read, Florida! Office and the Florida Department of Education marked Ja. more »»

'Sweet Charity'

January 29, 2016 Tickets are running out for the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund's Theater Night. The annual event will take place on Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Cultural Park Theatre, with “Sweet Charity” on stag. more »»

Miloff named Realtors association’s Humanitarian of the Year

January 29, 2016 The first-ever president of the newly merged Cape Coral-Fort Myers association for Realtors was recently named Humanitarian of the Year for his work within the communit. more »»

This Saturday - 10th Annual Best South Cape Martini Competition

January 29, 2016 The 10th Annual Best South Cape Martini Competition is set for Saturday, Jan. 30, from 7 to 11 p.. more »»

Public hearings top City Council agenda on Monday

January 29, 2016 A light agenda, at least in the number of public hearings and resolutions, awaits Cape Coral City Council members on Monday nigh. more »»

Harriet, M15 brings two eaglets into world

January 29, 2016  With all the goings-on at the nest this year, some wondered if there would ever be new eaglets coming into the world. But good things come for those who wai. more »»

White to host fundraiser for Randell Research Center

January 29, 2016 A unique fundraiser will grace Captiva Island this month to help the Randell Research Center reach its 20th anniversary endowment goal of $850,000. more »»

Child injured in crash remains hospitalized in Tampa; two drivers treated, released from Lee Memorial

January 29, 2016 Two drivers have been released from the hospital after a serious traffic accident on Tuesday. Sophie V. Gordon, 34, and Vito A. more »»

Food grade plastic classification change OK’d

January 29, 2016 For something that could have national ramifications regarding the price consumers pay for anything in a plastic bag or pouch, the Westin in Cape Coral may seem like an odd place to hold a meeting. more »»

Motorcyclist injured in accident improving at Lee Memorial

January 29, 2016 A motorcyclist's condition is improving at a hospital after he and a Cape Coral driver collided. more »»

 
 

 

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