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Two dead, one injured in reported shooting at Salty Sam's Marina

May 16, 2014 The identity of a suspect and two people shot dead in a disturbance at Salty Sam's Marina on Fort Myers Beach Thursday have been released. more »»

Cape Coral Community Foundation donates final funds for marching bands to perform in Washington, D.C.

May 16, 2014 In a unanimous vote Friday afternoon, the Cape Coral Community Foundation pledged the final $5,500 needed to make the Washington D.. more »»

Cape police makes child pornography and molestation arrest

May 16, 2014 A Cape Coral man has been charged with molestation and possession of child pornography after he reportedly touched and took pictures of a 14-year-old boy he met "while attending a local religious... more »»

Suspect in 2007 murders extradited from Haiti

May 16, 2014 FORT MYERS (AP) — A fugitive suspect in a 2007 triple-murder in southwest Florida has been extradited from Haiti. more »»

City to host open house/events for National Public Works Week

May 15, 2014 As part of National Public Works Week, the city’s Public Works Department and Utilities Department will hold an open house at the Nicholas Annex Wednesday, May 21, from 10:30 a.m. to noo. more »»

Cape Coral named a ‘top place to live’

May 15, 2014 Cape Coral has been ranked No. 5 on the list of the top places in Florida to live by a real estate blog in California. more »»

County to rename park for Coach Kurt Donaldson

May 15, 2014 Lee County will officially rename Han-cock Community Park, Coach Donaldson Park with a special dedication at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 17. The park is at 211 Hancock Bridge Parkway in Cape Coral. more »»

Art fest block party Saturday

May 15, 2014 The next chapter in the blossoming All Walks of Art Festivals is expected to fill a two-block stretch of Southeast 47th Terrace for the enjoyment of local families on Saturda. more »»

Invest in America’s Veterans Foundation to host Memorial Day luncheon

May 15, 2014 The Invest in America’s Veterans Foundation will be hosting a special Memorial Day luncheon in the Veterans Foundation Mess Hall, Monday, May 26, at 11 a.m. more »»

Ryan McCleskey Redfish tourney takes to the water May 24

May 15, 2014 Time is running out to sign up for the 10th Annual Ryan McCleskey Redfish Challenge. The tournament will take place Saturday, May 24, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Marina at Cape Harbou. more »»

Hodges University to honor World War II veterans at D-Day anniversary ceremony

May 15, 2014 To commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Hodges University will hold a special ceremony June 6, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Hodges Naples campus. more »»

SalusCare unveils its Cape location

May 15, 2014 Cape Coral residents with a mental illness or a substance abuse problem won’t have to drive over the river to get screenings or treatment anymore. more »»

Dog Bite Awareness Week brings some cautions

May 15, 2014 You see it all too often in the news: a small child is seriously injured or even killed by an aggressive dog. And these confrontations seem to happen more and more, especially in Lee County. more »»

Three grads win ‘Do The Right Thing’ scholarships

May 15, 2014 Three seniors from Cape Coral high schools got a little help to pay for their college education on Wednesday as they were awarded scholarships at the annual “Do The Right Thing” scholarship luncheon... more »»

Food bank thanks community for donations

May 15, 2014 Once again, Lee County residents, along with the United States Postal Service, came up big for Southwest Floridians in need. more »»

Dreikorn running for state Senate seat

May 13, 2014 Michael Dreikorn, a Pine Island resident and one-time candidate for Congressman Trey Radel's seat, announced Tuesday he plans to run for District 30 Florida Senate seat currently held by Lizbeth... more »»

Home sweet home

May 13, 2014 Vanessa Saez thought it would take her years to afford her own home and be able to raise her children in i. more »»

Council denies boat canopy appeals

May 13, 2014 Two Cape Coral waterfront property owners struck out with City Council Monday night appealing Planning & Zoning Commission decisions denying requests for a second boat canopy at their docks. more »»

City to ask county for scrub jay mitigation funds

May 13, 2014 City Council discussed two important issues at Monday's meeting regarding the Lee County Conservation 20/20 Program and on bringing back a charter review commission before being required to in 201. more »»

Federal funds released for water quality projects in Southwest Florida

May 13, 2014 Congress finally released funding for a major water project that will benefit Southwest Florida.  U.S. Se. more »»



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