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Volunteers needed for Letter Carriers' National #StampOutHunger food drive

May 2, 2019 The Harry Chapin Food Bank and United Way Lee are seeking volunteers to help collect, unload and sort food during the Letter Carriers' National #StampOutHunger Food Drive taking place Saturday, May... more »»

Mariner High to present 'Monty Python’s Edukational Show' this Thursday and Friday

May 1, 2019 Mariner High School will present “Monty Python’s Edukational Show," a series of skits, music and videos from the popular “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” Thursday at 7 p.m. more »»

Thousand Reef Challenge kicks off on the beach

May 1, 2019 A challenge to help clean and flourish Florida waterways kicked off last Friday at Fish-Tale Marina on Fort Myers Beach. Ocean Habitats Inc. more »»

Three teens charged with grand theft, more

May 1, 2019 Three local teenagers have been arrested and charged for their alleged involvement in the theft of a pickup truck and a firearm, and several vehicle burglaries in the northwest portion of the city. more »»

Mayor's Scholarship

May 1, 2019 A record number of Cape Coral students were recipients of the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship on Thursday, and an high amount of those recipients came from the city’s oldest high school. more »»

‘Blessings in a Backpack’

May 1, 2019 Hundreds of Southwest Florida students got to hear words of inspiration from over a dozen world-class athletes last Friday as part of a program that provides food over the weekend for students who... more »»

Concerned local fishermen meet to discuss possibilities for fish hatcheries in Southwest Florida

May 1, 2019 A group for concerned fisherman and residents in Southwest Florida met for the first time last Thursday evening to advocate for fish hatcheries in Southwest Florida. more »»

Officials arrest man accused of making online threats

May 1, 2019 A Cape Coral street was shut down early Tuesday morning after a resident in the area's threats resulted in the evacuation of residents on Northwest 15th Terrace. more »»

Cape man charged in double-fatal accident

May 1, 2019 Cape Coral Police have made an arrest in a Monday night crash on Pine Island Road that sent one to the hospital and left two dea. more »»

City installs signs at new park sites

May 1, 2019 City crews this week began installing signs at future neighborhood and community park sites. more »»

American Legion Post 38 celebrating 100 anniversary

April 26, 2019 It's a huge anniversary for the American Legion this year, with Post 38 bringing the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall to JetBlue Park this September. “We are pretty excited. more »»

House passes firefighter cancer presumption bill

April 26, 2019 It was an historic day for firefighters across Florida Wednesday, as the cancer presumption bill for firefighters was passed unanimously on the House floor and is set to be sent to Go. more »»

Accident sends four to hospital

April 26, 2019 Cape Coral Police are continuing to investigate a serious injury crash that sent four to the hospital Thursday. According to the police report, on April 25 at around 12:17 p.. more »»

Memorial service for Kiker set for Thursday

April 26, 2019 A memorial service for Lee County Commissioner Larry Kiker, who passed away Tuesday, April 23, will be held at 5 p.m. more »»

Cape man charged with firing weapon from vehicle, fleeing police

April 26, 2019 A Cape Coral man has been arrested on charges of firing a weapon from a vehicle and fleeing from police following an incident Saturday, April 6. On April 6, at around 10:08 p.m. more »»

City, workers at an impasse

April 26, 2019   Contract negotiations between the city of Cape Coral and its unions have broken down and were declared to be at an impasse early Thursday afternoon, meaning that both sides will likely have things... more »»

Springtime for book lovers

April 26, 2019 Residents have the opportunity to add to their personal library this weekend by shopping for bargains at the Spring Book Sale. The Spring Book Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.. more »»

Lee DOT contractor to work under Del Prado Boulevard Bridge

April 26, 2019 A contractor working for the Lee County Department of Transportation will begin work to address erosion on the Malaga Canal under Del Prado Boulevard Bridge beginning Wednesday, May 1. more »»

‘18 For 18’

April 26, 2019 It's amazing what a person can do when driven by passion, a good heart and a little faith. more »»

‘It is a community issue’

April 26, 2019 Southwest Floridians believe the time is now to conquer climate change. more »»

 
 

 

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