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Parks still bogged down by owls, kayak concerns

February 11, 2020 Owls at Braden Park and Sands Park, a kayak facility at Tropicana Park -- Cape Coral residents had a number of questions during citizens input at Monday’s City Council meetin. more »»

Impeachment acquittal: No one surprised

February 6, 2020 For the third time in the history of the United States of America, a president was acquitted of charges that could have resulted in removal from office. more »»

Owl ‘eviction’ plan appealed

February 6, 2020 A Cape resident is appealing a Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission decision that gives the city of Cape Coral permission to remove a burrowing owl nest from a downtown park where the city holds on... more »»

Pickleball courts protest under way

February 6, 2020 Giuffrida Park is the oldest neighborhood park in Cape Coral, as well as one of the smallest. more »»

Utility project earmarked for Yellow Fever Creek Preserve

February 6, 2020 With Cape Coral City Council finally expected to consider a consulting contract for the next phase of the city’s multi-million dollar Utility Expansion Project next month, city staff is continuing t... more »»

Tickets on sale for Cape Coral Animal Shelter '80s Decade Party

February 6, 2020 Do you miss the days of hair bands, leg warmers and parachute pants? Next month, the Cape Coral Animal Shelter will host its annual Decade Party, with this year’s theme paying tribute to the ’80s. more »»

Tropicana Park, investigations update on Council agenda Monday

February 6, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council is expected to get updates Monday on two subjects of controversy -- Tropicana Park and a proposal to allow water sports there, and a pair of administrative investigation. more »»

Volunteers sought for ‘Feed My Starving Children’ event

February 6, 2020 A total of 900 volunteers are needed to help Cape Coral MobilePack reach its goal of packing 200,000 meals for the Feed My Starving Children program. more »»

Gulf Middle students make anti-vaping pledge

February 6, 2020 More than 500 students at Gulf Middle School took the pledge to not vape by joining the American Heart Association's #QuitLying campaign, the first school in Lee County to do so. more »»

Former candidate files suit against city of Cape Coral

February 6, 2020 A former candidate for the Lee County School Board has filed suit against the city of Cape Coral alleging his arrest by the Cape Coral Police Department harmed his reputation and cost him the... more »»

Leoma Lovegrove to appear at Cape Coral Bealls Store

February 6, 2020 Bealls Stores is excited to announce that on Feb. 11, Leoma Lovegrove will make an appearance at the Cape Coral Bealls Store in the Merchants Crossing Shopping Center located at 3071 N.. more »»

Cape baby boasts the rarest of birthdays

February 5, 2020 It was a birth date more than 900 years in the making. more »»

Lee TeleHealth discounted to $29 per visit in February

February 5, 2020 To coincide with Leap Year, Lee Health has discounted the price of Lee TeleHealth to $29 for the month of February, a discount of $20 dollar off the regular price. more »»

Residents, businesses continue to bang noise ordinance drum

February 4, 2020 Two months after a controversial noise ordinance was passed by the Cape Coral City Council, the measure is still bringing people to City Hall to give their points of view and beg that the ordinance... more »»

Cape joins opposition to state takeover of vacation rentals regulation authority

February 4, 2020 The city of Cape Coral will join the fight for the right of local government to impose their own rules regarding rental properties. more »»

Second Ground-Owl Day held at Rotary Park

February 4, 2020 The second annual Ground-Owl Day took place at Rotary Park Sunday morning, where residents got the chance to learn all about burrowing owls and to see how many days of “winter” would be left in sunn... more »»

North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts students take part in Holocaust program

February 4, 2020 It has been 75 years since the end of one of the world’s most horrific events in history, the Holocaust. more »»

Drug House Odyssey under way at Lee Civic Center

February 4, 2020 Every year, Lee County fifth-graders take a trip to the Lee Civic Center to learn about the ramifications of making bad choices. more »»

Lee County Commission OKs purchase of seven new ambulances

February 4, 2020 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners voted Tuesday to purchase seven new Sprinter ambulances for the County’s Emergency Medical Ser-vices fleet to replace older vehicles. more »»

Pine Island Potters’ Guild to hold Valentine's Day Show

February 4, 2020 Be ready for Valentine’s Day with a gift of local art! The Pine Island Potters’ Guild's February show will be Saturday, Feb. 8, at Koucky Studios from 10 a.m. to 2 p.. more »»



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