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Officials hear streetscape parking plan concerns

October 18, 2017 It was standing room only at the Chester Street Resource Center Tuesday as advocates and adversaries gathered to discuss the parking controversy surrounding the proposed Southeast 47th Terrace... more »»

 
 
 
Nationwide crackdown on underage sex trafficking leads to recovery of 84 minors

October 18, 2017 Eighty-four minors have been recovered and 120 traffickers arrested as part of Operation Cross Country XI, a nationwide effort focusing on underage human trafficking that ran from Oct. 12-15. more »»

Vegetarian Chef Challenge

October 18, 2017 By TIFFANY REPECKI trepecki@breezenewspapers.com Four chefs from Lee Health are testing out their skills this week in concocting vegetarian dishes. more »»

My Story program a valuable tool for Lee Health staff

October 18, 2017 Something as simple as a marker and a sheet of paper is giving families peace of mind. more »»

Lee Voter Freedom group wants open primaries

October 17, 2017 There’s a new activist group in town. In Lee County, county commission races are partisan. Closed party primaries are held in August and general elections in November. more »»

Cape Council rejects vacation rental proposal

October 17, 2017 The city of Cape Coral’s controversial plan to change policy on short-term vacation rentals was rejected Monday although the concept may head back to the drawing boar. more »»

Parking debate: Streetscape plan topic of meeting

October 12, 2017 For the past two weeks, opponent of the Southeast 47th Terrace streetscaping project have been very vocal about the problems they believe the $13 million project will brin. more »»

CCFD open house: Get a firefighters’ welcome

October 12, 2017 This Saturday, Cape Coral residents will get to meet the people whose job it is to save your home from fire. The city’s 10 Cape Coral Fire Dept. fire stations will hold open houses from 9 a.m. more »»

239 Fest: Two-day music festival set for this weekend

October 12, 2017 Nearly two dozen bands will perform this weekend in the South Cape for a two-day festival. more »»

Cape to consider vacation rental regulations

October 12, 2017 It took a while, but the Cape Coral City Council is expected to make a decision on proposed rules and regulations for vacation rentals during its regular meeting Monday at 4:30 p.m. at City Hall. more »»

Live cage fight: MMA matches coming to Cape Coral

October 12, 2017 One octagon-shaped ring. Twelve matches. Twenty-four mixed martial artists going one-on-one. Octagon Wars — King of the Cape, the city's first-ever outdoor live cage fight, will take place Oc. more »»

Hibiscus Society’s annual plant sale set for Saturday

October 12, 2017 If you go to a big box store to try to find some of these “Queens of the Tropics,” you will probably be out of luck. The James E. more »»

Election 2017 Question of the Week: SE 47th Terrace Streetscape project

October 12, 2017 Each week through the General Election, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

‘Wizard of Tarpon Point’ coming to Cultural Park

October 12, 2017 Trouble is coming to Cape Coral on the eve of the city’s 60th year of existence. more »»

FDLE investigation underway into Cape mayor’s office

October 12, 2017 The Florida Department of Law Enforcement confirmed Thursday that the Cape Coral mayor’s office is the subject of an investigation that began this summer. more »»

Living the good life: 100 just a number for Cape Coral centenarians

October 12, 2017 An artist, an entertainer who also worked at the White House, a teacher, a musician and a woman who carved a career when, well, not many di. more »»

Cape Hospital to host Memory Café

October 10, 2017 Starting this month, Cape Coral Hospital will offer something beyond a typical support group for individuals suffering from dementia and their care partners. Lee Health has teamed up with the Alvin A. more »»

Sending a helping hand

October 10, 2017 Despite Hurricane Irma wrought destruction on the grounds at its North Fort Myers research facility, ECHO has joined an effort to help get the farms in Puerto Rico going again in the wake of... more »»

Matlacha Civic Association issues response to Cape over annexation plan

October 10, 2017 Last month the Matlacha Civic Association received a response from the city of Cape Coral regarding the annexation of 6 acres of land in Matlacha. more »»

Lighthouse to hold ‘White Cane Walk’ Saturday

October 10, 2017 For 43 years, Lighthouse of SWFL has helped thousands of individuals with visual impairment achieve independence, earn and maintain employment and live enjoyable lives. more »»

Celebration of Life ceremony held for Dr. Lou Mauney

October 10, 2017 Saturday afternoon, shortly before the Celebration of Life ceremony for Dr. Lou Mauney began, Pine Island United Methodist Church was full. more »»

 
 

 

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2015 Coppola Chardonnay

October 13, 2017 #39-17-PIE We had a seafood feast last night consisting of Salmon a la Orange, with a side of fresh Gulf Shrimp Cocktail, and a salad of tomato and avocado, and of course, we had a good bottl... more »

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