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Dunbar High student injured with knife

August 30, 2018 A student at Dunbar High School was injured with a knife during gym class after another student pulled the instrument during an altercation. more »»

Turkey Trot registration gets under way

August 30, 2018 The Fort Myers Track Club’s largest race — the Cape’s annual Turkey Trot — opened for registration this week. more »»

Free tours offered at Tom Allen Memorial Butterfly House

August 30, 2018 Rotary Park is a great destination in Cape Coral to learn all about butterflies, as well as what one can do to bring them to their yard to enjoy. more »»

Libraries offer teens a plethora of activities and programs

August 30, 2018 The Lee County Library System has enhanced its teen programs, as well as offers a Teen Advisory Group for youths to gain service hours. more »»

Fischer wins District 1, six other school board candidates move forward

August 28, 2018 Mary Fischer won District 1 for the Lee County School Board Tuesday night, and six other candidates in three races move forward to the General Election in November. There were 12,578 (10. more »»

Council rejects special exception request for gas tank

August 28, 2018 Cape Coral City Council rejected a hearing examiner's recommendation and unanimously denied a special exception to allow a boat rental company to install a gas tank at the Del Prado Boulevard strip... more »»

Fox defeats Crowley for Republican State Attorney nomination

August 28, 2018 After a dramatic campaign trail, one Republican has emerged: Amira Fox secured the party’s nomination for State Attorney 20th Judicial Circuit. more »»

Holden secures spot with win in District 19 Democratic Primary

August 28, 2018 For the first time in years, U.S. Congressional District 19 had a Democratic Primary to celebrate Tuesday. David Holden pulled ahead of Todd Truax to secure the Democratic nominatio. more »»

City Council sets assessments, splits on parks plan

August 28, 2018 On Monday, Cape Coral City Council set the assessment rate for the upcoming budget proposal which will be considered more heavily on Sept. more »»

Cape Coral man faces number of charges, including arson

August 28, 2018 A Cape Coral man has been charged with first degree arson, DUI, operating a motor vehicle without a license and fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer. more »»

Lee County Parks & Rec offers free parking on Beach

August 28, 2018 Lee County Parks & Recreation is waiving parking fees now through Sept. 10 at Lynn Hall Memorial Park, 950 Estero Blvd., and Bowditch Point Park, 50 Estero Blvd. Both parks are on Fort Myers Beach. more »»

DeSantis tours Caloosahatchee to see blue-green algae problem

August 27, 2018 Congressman and Republican candidate for Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis, took a tour of the Caloosahatchee River Friday afternoon, along side Cape Coral Mayor Joe Coviello, members from the... more »»

Cape dancers to perform at Charlotte Stone Crabs game Monday

August 24, 2018 Charlotte Stone Crab Baseball Park is holding its first first "Intellectual and Developmental Disability Awareness Night" Monday, Aug. 27. more »»

Sheriff's Office: Fraudulent vehicle sales discovered at local dealership

August 24, 2018 Members of the Lee County Sheriff's Office Auto Theft and Economic Crimes Units conducting a joint dealership inspection with the Department of Safety Highway Motor Vehicles at PG Auto Sales In. more »»

Law & Order Ball to raise money for school safety

August 23, 2018 The Rotary Club of Fort Myers South, also celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, has announced its "Fund-A-Need" initiative for 2018. more »»

Primary Election Tuesday; early voting to wrap up

August 23, 2018 Early voting in advance of Tuesday’s Primary Election has been going very slow, according to the Elections Office, which says that’s similar to previous years. more »»

District 19 Congressional Democratic primary: Water quality

August 23, 2018 Two Democratic candidates will face off in the Tuesday, Aug. 28, primary. more »»

Homeowners protest proposed gas fuel tank

August 23, 2018 A proposed 500-gallon gas tank at a boat rental place on Del Prado Boulevard has nearby residents protesting, afraid that an already polluted canal could get much wors. more »»

‘Goodness to Go,’ new SOS event kicks off

August 23, 2018 Residents have the opportunity to send their “goodness to go” this September without ever having to leave their home to take part, thanks to the new Sustainable Outreach Society. more »»

Bertolini awarded national CERT Distinguished Service Award

August 23, 2018 By CJ HADDAD cjhaddad@breezenewspapers. more »»

 
 

 

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