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GoldenFest attracts largest crowd yet

April 3, 2019 Each year, GoldenFest has become much more than a place to bring your golden retriever or other dog. more »»

Council rejects Southeast 46th Street condo plan

April 3, 2019 Near-by property owners came out Monday night to ask Cape Coral City Council to  deny a proposed 10- to 13-unit multi-family complex slated for Southeast 46th Street. more »»

Joint petition dismissed by judge, but issue not over

April 3, 2019 After a judge’s recent dismissal of their joint petition challenging an update to the Caloosahatchee Minimum Flow and Levels Rule, Sanibel and five other Southwest Florida municipalities have asked... more »»

Lee County creates 'landing page' for limerock mining issue

April 2, 2019 Lee County has created a landing page "devoted to providing clear, accurate information about the limerock mining issue and proposed changes to the Lee County Comprehensive Plan. more »»

LCEC retires millions in equity this year

April 2, 2019 The LCEC Board of Trustees recently approved a $14.6 million 2018 equity allocation. In addition, an $1. more »»

Boy, 4, falls from third-floor window at Sanibel resort

April 2, 2019 A child was taken to the hospital after reportedly falling out of a third-story window on Sanibel. At about 2:14 p.m. more »»

Lee Board of County Commissioners hire consultant for connected and autonomous vehicle plan

April 2, 2019 The Lee Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a consultant contract to allow the Lee County Department of Transportation to keep pace with technology used in connected and autonomous... more »»

FMPD announces arrest in 2012 cold case

March 29, 2019 An arrest has been made in a 2012 homicide. more »»

Citrus canker casualties hope restitution for cut-down trees is near

March 28, 2019 After nearly two decades, two Cape Coral homeowners are sick of being pushed to the back of the line when it comes to getting fairly compensated for healthy backyard citrus trees cut by the state. more »»

‘Love for Layla:’ Outpouring of support

March 28, 2019 The community has rallied to support both a Cape Coral family grieving in the wake of hit-and-run crash that took the life of an 8-year-old waiting for her school bus and an effort to avert the... more »»

Property tax deadline is Sunday

March 28, 2019 The deadline to pay both real estate and tangible property taxes on time is fast approaching. March 31 is the last day to pay on time. more »»

Kiwanis Kids Fishing Derby set for Saturday

March 28, 2019 The 31st annual Kiwanis Fishing Derby will take place this Saturday at the Cape Coral Yacht Club, providing youth with the opportunity to catch a fish, or tw. more »»

Citing constitutional concerns, Rooney votes to override veto

March 28, 2019 On Tuesday, Florida Congressman Francis Rooney voted against President Trump's veto of a resolution to reverse his National Emergency Declaration issued last month. more »»

Land Use changes return to council

March 28, 2019 Cape Coral City Council will once again consider a city-initiated large-scale land use map amendment that proved controversial when first presented. more »»

Animal Shelter fundraiser exceeds goal

March 28, 2019 Close to 250 people came out to the Cape Coral Animal Shelter’s largest signature event of the year. more »»

Cape Coral woman meets twin sisters for first time

March 28, 2019 A Cape Coral woman recently met her twin half-sisters for the first time in Maine after doing a DNA test online. more »»

Tickets on sale for the 2019 Women of Distinction Awards

March 28, 2019 The 2019 Women of Distinction, and Woman of the Year, will be named at the Cape Coral Yacht Club next month at an event the public is invited to attend. more »»

Local designer to launch online boutique

March 28, 2019 JEM Fab Fashions’ gala and fashion show on Saturday sold out quickly with support from the Southwest Florida community. The show will honor clothes for real women and body type isn’t an issue. more »»

Sounds of Jazz is sold out

March 28, 2019 A one-of-a-kind musical experience has sold out yet again in Cape Coral. more »»

Repticon’s ReptiDay in Fort Myers this Saturday

March 28, 2019 ReptiDay is the one-day version of the events presented by Repticon, a recognized leader in hosting reptile and exotic animal expos throughout the United State. more »»

 
 

 

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