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Breaking ground

October 17, 2018 Ground was broken Tuesday morning for a top-of-the-line, deluxe, gated motorcoach resort at the intersection of Burnt Store Road and Durden Parkway, overlooking beautiful Tranquility Lake. more »»

 
 
 
Florida Supreme Court: Amendment measures can stay on ballot

October 17, 2018 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Supreme Court is overturning a lower court decision to toss three proposed constitutional amendments off the Nov. 6 ballot. more »»

City clerk honored at final council meeting

October 17, 2018 Rebecca vanDeutekom has served as Cape Coral’s city clerk since 2010 and, on Monday, the voice of the person who called the role for votes and read resolutions and ordinances did so for the final... more »»

Mazurkiewicz addresses constitutional amendments

October 17, 2018 When City Manager John Szerlag couldn’t attend the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association dinner meeting Thursday at Palmetto Pines Country Club due to a scheduling conflict, former mayor Joe... more »»

Groundbreaking Friday for new Matlacha fire station

October 17, 2018 This Friday, Oct. 19, at 9 a.m., a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Matlacha fire station will be held “We're very excited to announce this groundbreaking ceremony,” Fire Chief Ben Mickuleit sai. more »»

Oral arguments today in MCA lawsuit against Cape Coral

October 17, 2018 The Court of Appeals has scheduled oral argument in Matlacha Civic Association's Lawsuit against Cape Coral for today, Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 9:30 a.m. more »»

Water quality issues cause calamitous fiscal impact

October 16, 2018 Hundreds of residents from across the region packed into Broadway Palm Dinner Theater in Fort Myers Monday night for the inaugural Florida Economic Water Summit. more »»

Lee Board of County Commissioners amends grant agreement for Nalle Grade water project

October 16, 2018 The Lee Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a grant amendment agreement with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to increase total grant funding to $2 million for the... more »»

District starts new kindergarten pre-registration program

October 16, 2018 For the first time, students who will start kindergarten in August 2019 can pre-register with the School District of Lee County. more »»

CCPD seeks help locating teen

October 16, 2018 Cape Coral Police seek help locating a teen who has been designated as a missing endangered juvenile. Zackary James Busenbark, 15, was reported missing Monday evening by his father. more »»

Cape woman hits two unmarked police vehicles, is charged with DUI

October 16, 2018 A Cape Coral woman faces multiple DUI-related charges after police say she hit two parked police department vehicles while driving impaired Sunday night. more »»

Anderson accepts plea arrangement, sentenced to jail time for 'schemes to defraud'

October 16, 2018 A former Lehigh Acres fire commissioner will serve time in the Lee County Jail and pay restitution to two victims after he accepted a pair of plea deals Tuesday morning. more »»

8-year-old Cape kid collecting pajamas for children in need

October 12, 2018 By MEGHAN McCOY news@breezenewspapers.com An 8-year-old Cape Coral girl wanted to help children in need and so has begun a pajama drive for the Donate4Kids Foundatio. more »»

Candlebox set to rock Nevermind

October 11, 2018 Multi-platinum rock band Candlebox, along with singer Pete RG, come to Cape Coral this Saturday outside of Nevermind Bar as part of the Seattle-based groups 25th anniversary tou. more »»

Water bill passage hailed

October 11, 2018 The 2018 Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), a bill that water quality advocates have been urging the Senate to approve, was passed by a convincing 99-1 vote Wednesday, securing the construction... more »»

Area agencies rally in wake of Hurricane Michael

October 11, 2018 The Southwest Florida community is banding together to help those in the Panhandle affected by Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 storm that left devastation in its wake after making landfall Wednesday... more »»

Bike Night is back: Motorcycles, music return to 47th Terrace Saturday

October 11, 2018 One of Cape Coral’s most popular events is back this Saturday as Bike Night returns to Southeast 47th Terrace for a night of impressive choppers, great food and drinks and live music. more »»

Real estate firm eyed for Seven Islands marketing

October 11, 2018 The city of Cape Coral is apparently ready to rely on a third party to find a developer for the long-anticipated Seven Islands project and, if all goes according to plan, residents could see someone... more »»

Sundown Stroll ready to step off at Tarpon Point

October 11, 2018 The first Sundown Stroll of the season kicks off next week with a Halloween theme. more »»

Shop With A Cop application deadline Oct. 19

October 11, 2018 Applications are now being accepted for the Cape Coral Police Department’s Shop With a Cop program to take place on Dec. 15 this year. more »»

Two Cape residents among ENPY Award winners

October 11, 2018 Ten of the area’s most giving individuals were recognized this week as part of the 2018 Excellence in Nonprofit Performance Yearly Awards, the ENPYs. more »»

 
 

 

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Norm's Tasting Notes

2016 J. Lohr Chardonnay

October 12, 2018 #39-18-PIE One of the best wines I have sampled this year was the 2016 J. Lohr Arroyo Seco Chardonnay, which I scored a 94, back in February. more »

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