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Tornado roars through Cape neighborhood

October 19, 2019 The National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF1 tornado touched down in Cape Coral with winds of about 95 miles per hour early Saturday morning. more »»

Storm damage causes road closures in Cape

October 19, 2019 Shortly before 10 a.m. today, the Cape Coral Police Department reported that it is on the scene where a suspected tornado touched down in the area of the 2000 block of Northwest 26th Place. more »»

CCPD: significant weather event in northwest Cape damages houses

October 19, 2019 This morning around 7, a significant weather event with high winds affected the northwestern part of the city, Cape Coral Police reported. more »»

Island Coast sizzles at taco cook-off in downtown Fort Myers

October 18, 2019 More than 200 guests came out to show their support and sample tasty tacos from some of the top culinary high school programs in county as Lee County Schools went head-to-head in the Florida... more »»

FWC busts wildlife trafficking ring smuggling thousands of turtles, returns 600 turtles to wild

October 18, 2019 A Fort Myers duo has been arrested, accused of poaching thousands of native turtles from the wild and selling them illegally in Florida, with final destinations in international markets. more »»

Matlacha fends off annexation but now faces question of incorporation

October 18, 2019 Right now, some people on the unincorporated island of Matlacha may feel like they are in the Steven Seagal movie “Under Siege. more »»

Cape Council to fill District 5 seat

October 17, 2019 Cape Coral City Council is expected to fill its vacancy Monday. Council will hear from applicants for the District 5 seat vacated by Dave Stokes, who resigned last month. more »»

USPS seeks to add retail services

October 17, 2019 The United States Postal Service is looking to add a retail services facility in Cape Coral. more »»

Prost! Oktoberfest begins today

October 17, 2019 It’s that time of year once again when Cape Coral’s ode to the largest beer and funfair festival in the world takes place for two weekends of jubilation: Oktoberfest. more »»

Kindergarten pre-registration deadline is approaching

October 17, 2019 Families that have children entering kindergarten this coming school year are encouraged to participate in pre-registration, still taking place through Friday, Nov. 1. more »»

‘Honor Your DNA’ looks to restore cemeteries

October 17, 2019 Too many cemeteries across Lee County and the country are being neglected and unkept. Trae Zipperer wants to change that. more »»

Family decries sentencing in child fatality crash

October 17, 2019 The woman who struck and fatally injured a North Fort Myers girl as the 12-year-old walked home from a school bus stop pleaded no contest to careless driving Thursday. more »»

CAN IT! Campaign food drive kicks off

October 17, 2019 Non-perishable and canned food donations are being sought from the community this year to make the ninth annual CAN IT! Campaign food drive a success for Community Cooperative. more »»

Gulf Coast Surf & Beach Festival set for Oct. 26 on Fort Myers Beach

October 17, 2019 Lee County Parks and Recreation and the Calusa Blueway have teamed up with a group of South Florida surfers to raise money for autism. more »»

Friday is the last day to take advantage of Operation Green Light fee waivers

October 17, 2019 Friday, Oct. 18, is your last day to take advantage of Lee County Clerk’s Operation Green Light program. more »»

Lee County Solid Waste’s 25th Anniversary Celebration and Community Open House Oct. 26

October 17, 2019 The public is welcome to join county officials 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Oct. 26, at Lee County's Waste-to-Energy Plant for a 25th Anniversary Celebration and Community Open House. more »»

Fall Hiring Event this Thursday at FSW

October 16, 2019 Those seeking jobs, looking for a career change or would like to see what the Southwest Florida community has to offer are invited to the CareerSource Southwest Florida Fall Hiring Event at the... more »»

School District to feature Design and Dreams art exhibit

October 16, 2019 The School District of Lee County will open its doors Oct. 22 for the largest public display of student artwork in the state of Florid. more »»

Lee County Parks & Recreation online registration system to be upgraded

October 16, 2019   Lee County Parks & Recreation’s online registration system, which is called WebTrac, will be upgraded at 8 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 24, to create a more user-friendly experienc. more »»

Police need help identifying scooter theft suspects

October 16, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit is seeking the public’s help in identifying a pair of suspects who pushed away a scooter/moped from a local nightspot. more »»

 
 

Moose Lodge 2266 October 23, 2019

Moose Lodge 2266, 210 Homestead Rd., 368-2266, dart league at 7 p.m. Alcoholic beverages for members and qualified guests only. Lunch available from 11:30, 2 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m. - See more at: http://www.lehighacrescitizen.com/page/content.detail/id/527905/Calendar-of-Events--6-12-13-. more »

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