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‘First Celebrates Freedom’ to benefit Soup Kitchen, food pantry

June 15, 2016 Hungry families and children out of school for the summer will benefit from an evening of patriotic music and fellowship at First Celebrates Freedom, presented by First Presbyterian Church of Fort... more »»

Council to revisit bar hour extension, prioritizes capital improvements

June 11, 2016 City Council agreed to take another look at extending bar hours in South Cape until 4 a.m. on the weekends and set priorities on some capital improvement projects at Friday’s special workshop meeting. more »»

Residents weigh in on undergrounding

June 10, 2016 More than 100 North 2 property owners turned out this week to get information about the proposed undergrounding of electrical services they may be asked to pay for. more »»

Cape shootings: DCF called to home last year

June 10, 2016 The Florida Department of Children and Families opened an investigation into the gunman and his family months before the tragic events that unfolded on Sunday and left two dead, plus the shooter. more »»

Council agenda: Bar hours, capital projects to be discussed

June 10, 2016 City Council members will discuss capital projects prioritization and reconsidering extended bar hours on weekends in South Cape at a special workshop meeting at 3 p.m. more »»

Summer Feeding Program provides free meals to children

June 10, 2016 Several sites across Cape Coral will provide free meals to children during the summer. more »»

Lake discharges discussed at SFWMD meeting

June 10, 2016 The discharges of water from Lake Okeechobee have had a major effect on the estuaries to the east and west. But if you’re looking for a silver bullet solution, it’s going to be hard to fin. more »»

Council meeting hiatus begins after Monday’s session

June 10, 2016 City Council begins its summer hiatus next week and it is shaping up to be much different from recent years. more »»

CROW removes ‘hardware’ from eaglet’s injured leg

June 10, 2016 The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife on Sanibel has removed much of the “hardward” from the injured leg of the eaglet dubbed E8 According to CROW, the eaglet has started to bear more weight... more »»

Runners Wanted for the Priority Business Solutions Freedom 5K & Wawa Kid’s Fun Run

June 10, 2016 The 2016 Priority Business Solutions Freedom 5K & Wawa Kid’s Fun Run presented by the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral will prove to be the best run of the year, organizers sai. more »»

City launches online property ‘checkbook’ to compare Cape Coral’s cost for services

June 10, 2016 Cape Coral has created an online “Property Checkbook” tool for property-specific comparisons of costs for services in Cape Coral with other cities. more »»

Beach manager to appeal termination

June 10, 2016 Terminated Fort Myers Beach manager Don Stilwell is contesting Town Council’s 3-2 decision to fire him “with caus. more »»

Angela Pierre and the Motown Four at Cultural Park today through Sunday

June 10, 2016 Angela Pierre and the Motown Four will be featured for four performances at Cultural Park Theater in Cape Coral on June 10, 11, and 12. more »»

Roadwatch, week of June 12

June 10, 2016 This weekly report is prepared by Florida Department of Transportation to inform the public about upcoming road work in Southwest Florida. more »»

Cape Coral City Council approves new hires

June 9, 2016 With the economy recovering from a major downturn, Cape Coral administrators are moving to fill vacancies in employee ranks which they say will help improve staff’s efficiency and level of service. more »»

CCPD release names of victims in shooting spree

June 8, 2016 Cape Coral police detectives have released the name of the victims in Sunday's multiple shooting inciden. more »»

A community mourns: Vigil held as shooting probe continues

June 8, 2016 About 50 people turned out for a vigil on Tuesday for the victims of the recent shooting spree. more »»

CCFD to host hurricane seminar

June 8, 2016 Still drying out from the passing of Tropical Storm Colin is coincidental to the Cape Coral Fire Department’s annual Hurricane Seminar scheduled on Thursday at City Hall. more »»

Graduation caps successful year at Oasis

June 8, 2016 It was a school year that Oasis High School will never forget. more »»

 
 

 

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