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Cape Coral marks National Day of Prayer

May 5, 2017 It was a day to unite voices in prayer and praise God, to remember that our nation was born from the words in scripture. more »»

Savvy Caregiver Program to be offered at Grace Church

May 5, 2017 Caregivers can improve their life and the life of their loved one through a free program. Hosted by the Alvin A. more »»

Seahawk Sprint for Music 5K steps off Saturday

May 5, 2017 A 5K planned for this weekend will help support a high school band in Cape Coral. The third annual Seahawk Sprint for Music 5K will take place on Saturday at 7:30 a.m. more »»

Water quality warning issued for North Shore Park

May 4, 2017 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County is advising the public not to enter the water at North Shore Park due to high levels of bacteria identified in routine testing. more »»

Van Helden new Charlotte County fire chief

May 3, 2017 Charlotte County Administrator Ray Sandrock has named Bill Van Helden as the new fire/EMS chief and public safety director. more »»

26th Summer Arts Camp set for June 19 to July 21

May 2, 2017 The Music Foundation of Southwest Florida’s annual summer arts program will run weekdays from June 19 through July 21. more »»

Mayor apologizes for meeting walk-out

May 2, 2017 Mayor Marni Sawicki has apologized for her meeting walk-out last week. “I do apologize for my, I think, what happened for that meeting. I let the negativity get in, and I’m human,” Sawicki sai. more »»

IAVF buys apartment complex in New Orleans

May 2, 2017 A Cape Coral-based organization is investing in affordable housing for U.S. veterans. more »»

Taste of the Beach

May 2, 2017 Get ready. Get set. Serve! Local Fort Myers Beach restaurant servers are practicing their skills as they prepare for the annual servers competition, a key feature of Taste of the Beach. more »»

Bond set for former Cape woman facing child abuse charges

May 2, 2017 Bond has been set for a former Cape Coral woman who is facing multiple charges in Florida and Alabama, along with her husband, for allegedly abusing her foster and adopted children. more »»

Cape man involved in early February crash dies from injuries

May 2, 2017 A Cape Coral driver involved in a February accident recently died from complications. Thomas Hierspiel, 81, of 512 S.E. more »»

FHP arrests wrong-way driver on I-75

May 1, 2017 A Cape Coral man was charged with DUI and possession of cocaine early Sunday morning after he was stopped driving the wrong way on I-75. more »»

Overflow of support for NFM woman injured helping crash victim

April 28, 2017 When Danielle Haggman was in high school and she saw someone bully another person, she stood up to the bully and looked out for the victim. more »»

Nathan asks to step aside as Lee Health president/CEO

April 28, 2017 Update: The Board of Directors will discuss Nathan's request, the appointment of an interim president/CEO and a plan to appoint a successor, at its next regularly scheduled board meeting on May 4. more »»

Registation under way for MDA Muscle Walk

April 28, 2017 Registrations are being taken for an event to help those with muscle-debilitating diseases. more »»

Cape cracks down on water violators

April 28, 2017 The city of Cape Coral is serious about enforcement of its Stage I water shortage restrictions. So much so that it’s getting an assist from utility personnel to help in the enforcemen. more »»

‘No support’ for Council ‘takeover’ of school Authority board

April 28, 2017 A proposal to have City Council assume the responsibilities of the Cape Coral Charter School Authority is likely off the table, at least for no. more »»

Cape Coral begins pumping water from Southwest Aggregates Reservoir to freshwater canal system

April 28, 2017 The City of Cape Coral has launched the test run to pump water from the reservoir property at Southwest Aggregates in Punta Gorda into the freshwater canal system in Cape Coral. more »»

Identity of fatally injured utility worker released

April 28, 2017 The name of a lineman who died Tuesday after coming into contact with a high-voltage charge while performing work near the Cape Coral Post Office has been identified. Timothy . more »»

Mayors Scholarship honorees feted

April 28, 2017 For the past 35 years, the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship fund has helped hundreds of students make their college education a little less expensive. more »»



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