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School board calls special meeting

February 1, 2018 The Lee County School Board has called a special meeting for Monday morning to reconsider and possibly modify its decision to hold a special election for a proposed half-penny sales tax. more »»

Neighborhood association to expand its boundaries

February 1, 2018 The largest neighborhood association in Cape Coral is hoping to become bigger. more »»

Embers Parkway land use change expected to top Council agenda

February 1, 2018 Property owners along Embers Parkway will have an opportunity to share their views on a plan to change the land use for a large abutting property from single family residential to multi-family. more »»

CCP presents Community Partner, Citizen Recognition, awards

February 1, 2018 Larry and Patricia Verdone and Shannon Yates have always gone well above and beyond the call when it comes to supporting the Cape Coral Police Department. more »»

Comedy Night to benefit Mike Neves Memorial Fund

February 1, 2018 A two-day comedy night fundraiser has been set at the Laugh In Comedy Cafe to raise money for the Mike Neves Memorial Fund. more »»

Golf course purchase vote expected Monday

February 1, 2018 With a concensus vote in favor in hand, Cape Coral City Council is expected to formally decide Monday whether to pursue purchase the 175-acre property dubbed the old golf course. more »»

Back into the wild

January 31, 2018 An injured snail kite taken in last month by the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife was released back into the wild on Jan. 22 at the Harns Marsh Preserve in Lehigh Acres. Dr. more »»

4th-graders receive atlases from Kiwanis

January 31, 2018 Fourth-graders at Christa McAuliffe Elementary Charter School in Cape Coral got a pleasant surprise Tuesday morning in their school cafeteria. more »»

Marianna Kelley celebrates 100th birthday

January 31, 2018 Last Thursday, Jan. 25, Marianna Kelley celebrated her 100th birthday, surrounded by friends and family at the Choices in Living Adult Care facility in Cape Coral. more »»

Fee tax filing assistance through United Way Vita available in the Cape

January 31, 2018 To help local residents keep more of their hard-earned money, United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee is providing free tax filing services. more »»

Garden Club of Cape Coral accepting scholarship applications

January 31, 2018 The Garden Club of Cape Coral is accepting applications for its Merit Scholarship Awards. more »»

Council consensus: Pursue purchase of old golf course acreage

January 30, 2018 After years of on-again, off-again debate, the city of Cape Coral agreed to pursue purchase of the privately held, 175-acre site dubbed the old golf cours. more »»

Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period continues through Feb. 14

January 30, 2018 The Medicare Annual Disenrollment Period, which allows beneficiaries who have a Medicare Advantage Plan to make changes, ends on Feb. 14. more »»

'Lords of Chaos' ringleader remains on death row, appeal denied

January 30, 2018 Convicted murderer Kevin Foster remains on Death Row after the Florida Supreme Court denied his latest appeal, the State Attorney's Office said Tuesday. more »»

Entertainment legends to be highlighted at 2018 Cracker Dinner

January 30, 2018 Entertainment legends who performed in Fort Myers will be the focus of the Southwest Florida Historical Society’s annual Cracker Dinner Monday, Feb. 19, at the Broadway Palm, 1380 Colonial Blvd. more »»

Lee County Economic Development to host 2018 SWFL Women’s Business Summit

January 30, 2018 The Lee County Economic Development Office will host the 2018 SWFL Women’s Business Summit on Friday, Feb. 16, at Florida SouthWestern State College, Building U, 8099 College Parkway, Fort Myers. more »»

Assistant city clerk earns Certified Municipal Clerk designation

January 30, 2018 Kimberly Bruns, Assistant City Clerk, Cape Coral, has earned the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, Inc. more »»

'Cracker Barrel Murders' killer denied death row appeal

January 30, 2018 A killer responsible for one of the most heinous crimes in the history of Collier County has had his latest appeal denied by the Florida Supreme Court. more »»

City purchase or residential development for old golf course site?

January 25, 2018 Since the old golf course off Palm Tree Boulevard closed in 2006, there have been myriad of ideas on what could be done with the privately owned acreage. more »»

Sales tax referendum slated for May

January 25, 2018 Lee County voters will now be asked if they are willing to pay a little more in sales tax to fund capital projects for schools The Lee County School Board voted 6-1 Tuesday night in favor of holdin... more »»

 
 

 

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