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Two remain hospitalized following Thursday crash

April 18, 2017 Two people remained hospitalized on Tuesday following a serious traffic crash last week. Sabrina Lee Gravitt, 59, 416 N.W. Fourth St. more »»

Lee County Bar Association to host Law in the Mall on Saturday, April 29

April 18, 2017 To kick off Law Week, the Lee County Bar Association invites the public to attend Law in the Mall on Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Edison Mall in the Dillard’s Courtyard. more »»

Call for artists: Edison Festival of Light 2018 Official Poster Contest

April 18, 2017 The Edison Festival of Light is calling for entries for the 2018 Official Poster in celebration of the 80th Anniversary of the Edison Festival to be held in February 10-18, 2018. more »»

Cape Coral issues burn ban and “Stage I Water Shortage” with mandatory one-day watering

April 14, 2017 City Manager John Szerlag has issued a burn ban for Cape Coral and has declared a Notice of Emergency – Stage I Water Shortage. more »»

Strike gets local support

April 14, 2017 The decision by the United States military to drop a massive 21,000-pound non-nuclear bomb Thursday in eastern Afghanistan in an area believed to be an ISIS stronghold isn’t getting any immediate... more »»

Bimini Basin open house draws crowd

April 14, 2017 An open house and input session regarding Bimini Basin drew a standing-room-only crowd at the Yacht Club Wednesday, where many turned out to support a Rubicon Canal cut throug. more »»

Charter audit forwarded to CCPD

April 14, 2017 The Cape Coral Charter School Authority Internal Funds audit has been sent to the Cape Coral Police Department for its review. more »»

Viva Cape Coral: Chamber, Fucillo Kia to put on a HUGE celebration

April 14, 2017 One of the largest local Hispanic celebrations will return to Cape Coral this weekend. The HUGE Viva Cape Coral! will be held Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. more »»

Friends of the Cape Coral Library Bargains galore at book sale fundraiser

April 14, 2017 Books, books and more books will be available for grabs next week at the Cape Coral Librar. more »»

Cape-based kayak club named host organization for competition

April 14, 2017 Cape Coral is closely connected to the USA Canoe Kayak Sprint National Championships to be contested Aug. 2-5 in Clermont from the organizational side and the artistic sid. more »»

Land-use related hearings top Council agenda

April 14, 2017 Two quasi-judicial ordinance public hearings are on the agenda for Monday’s City Council meeting along with a list of seven routine consent agenda items. more »»

Night for Life X to benefit organ transplant patients

April 14, 2017 An upcoming event will benefit local organ transplant patients and those on waiting list. more »»

Run4Kayla raises money for children’s programs

April 14, 2017 A 5K run and walk set for next weekend will help raise funds for two Cape Coral entities. The 4th Annual Run4Kayla will take place on April 22 starting at 7:15 a.. more »»

Cape woman charged with DUI manslaughter

April 14, 2017 A Cape Coral woman is facing DUI manslaughter following a fatal crash last October. Cynthia M. Moss, 53, of 1726 S.E. 10th St. more »»

Juvenile bald eagle rescued in the Cape shows improvement

April 14, 2017 A juvenile bald eagle that was admitted to the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife last month is showing positive signs of improvement after discovering it had a fractured wing. more »»

Bay Pines VA Healthcare System to hold veterans town hall meeting today in Cape Coral

April 12, 2017 The Bay Pines VA Healthcare System will host a Veterans town hall meeting today, April 12 from 4-6 p.m., at the Lee County Healthcare Center, 2489 Diplomat Parkway East, Cape Coral, FL 33909. more »»

Free skin cancer screenings

April 11, 2017 The American Academy of Dermatology reports that one in five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime. Skin cancers are easily treated if diagnosed early. more »»

Cape’s 'pioneers' reunite and reminisce

April 11, 2017 Many of today’s Cape Coral residents have no idea what the city was like when people starting moving to the Cape in the late 1950s. more »»

Leon discusses golf club property, other issues at town hall meeting

April 11, 2017 City Councilmember Richard Leon conducted the first monthly town hall meeting in council chambers Monday, engaging some 60 or more members of the public for an exchange of thoughts and opinions. more »»

Shell Factory to host fun-filled Easter weekend

April 11, 2017 The days may be getting hotter, but there’s going to be some really cool things happening at the Shell Factory in the next few weeks. more »»

 
 

 

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