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Lee County residents asked to keep an eye out for illegal saw palmetto berry harvests

August 12, 2015 Neighbors of Conservation 20/20 preserves and others are being asked to be on the lookout for people illegally harvesting saw palmetto berries from the preserves. more »»

CCCIA to host candidates’ forum

August 12, 2015 It may be one of the most important dinner meetings the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association will hold all year. more »»

Keep the Spirit of '45 Alive!

August 12, 2015 America’s real super heroes were honored for their courage, shared sacrifice and commitment to service at Lee County Spirit of ‘45 Day in Fort Myers at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort on Sunda. more »»

Cape man injured in single-car crash discharged from Lee Memorial Hospital

August 12, 2015 A single-vehicle accident last week sent a 70-year-old driver to the hospital with injuries. As of Tuesday, Marc J. Bierach, of 4014 S.E. 11th Place, Apt. more »»

Man who fell into city canal with mower released from hospital

August 12, 2015 A Cape Coral man has been released from the hospital after he and his lawnmower fell into a canal. As of Tuesday, James Monroe Bates, 54, of 3569 N.E. 11th Ave. more »»

Committee forms to create official flag for Pine Island

August 12, 2015 A Pine Island Flag Committee has been established to create an “official” flag for Pine Island. Cesar Sanchez is the chairman of that committee. more »»

City hosting ‘Open House’ on bike lane proposal for Cape Coral Parkway

August 12, 2015 The city of Cape Coral will host an “Open House” today, Aug. 12, to discuss a proposal to create bike lanes on Cape Coral Parkway. more »»

Randell Research Center conducts dig at Pineland

August 12, 2015 Nothing is more exciting to an archaeologist than when he gets to dig in the dirt. more »»

CCCIA to host candidates’ forum

August 11, 2015 It may be one of the most important dinner meetings the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association will hold all year. more »»

Cape Coral's 45th Anniversary - Then and Now

August 11, 2015 Elected officials timeline; businesses that date back; civic and community groups over the years; Cape kids, pioneers - and more. more »»

Be aware: Don’t risk your dog’s life in the summer heat

August 11, 2015 For people who love dogs and the outdoors, nothing is more fun than going out to run, walk or play with their beloved and eager pets. more »»

School bus routes available on district Web site

August 10, 2015 School bus routes for the 2015-2016 school year are now available on the District’s web sit. more »»

Updated: Sea turtle dies despite efforts at CROW

August 7, 2015 Update: Very sad news from CROW, the loggerhead sea turtle they were caring for after it suffered traumatic injuries from a boat propeller three months ago, died Sunday. more »»

Cape hosts natural disaster training

August 7, 2015 In 2005, Hurricane Wilma rolled over South Florida, killing 61 people and causing $21 billion in damage. Ten years later, “Hurricane Kate” — a strong Category 2 — makes a direct hit in Cape Coral. more »»

Surfside Outpatient Center set to open

August 7, 2015 The newest Lee Memorial Health System Outpatient Center will open Monday at 2441 Surfside Boulevard on the Veteran’s Parkway. more »»

Municipal compensation: Benchmark debate continues

August 7, 2015 Cape Coral City manager John Szerlag wants city non-bargaining employees to be among the best compensated. more »»

Sales tax holiday under way

August 7, 2015 Starting today shoppers can keep a little extra cash in their pockets with the tax-free holiday. The Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday kicked off at midnight and will run up through midnight on Aug. more »»

Burrowing owls unaffected by recent rains

August 7, 2015 Despite all the rain that has been dumped on Southwest Florida in recent weeks, it didn’t really impact Cape Coral’s favorite bird. more »»

Canvassing board, EMS dispatch system top Cape Council agenda

August 7, 2015 City Council will address two important topics at Monday’s 4:30 p.m. regular meeting in Council Chambers at City Hall. more »»



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