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AICE teacher an ace in the classroom

February 26, 2020 Jeremy Ridgeo has been one of the top teachers for years in Lee County, yet never was considered for the Golden Apple for one simple reason: He never applied. more »»

SCHEA preparing for PRIDE Cape Coral 2020 March 7-8

February 26, 2020 The South Cape Hospitality and Entertainment Association is gearing up for  PRIDE Cape Coral 2020 with pre-sale VIP tickets and more. more »»

City looks to earmark FEMA reimbursement funds

February 25, 2020 Cape Coral has received most of its reimbursement for costs incurred in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, On Monday, the question for Cape Coral City Council was where the city should -- or shouldn't... more »»

City Council talks ‘traffic calming’

February 25, 2020 Residents who live on Southeast 8th Place say they live through their own personal horror story every morning when they walk their dogs or jog down the street. more »»

Clydesdales to return to the Shell Factory

February 25, 2020 It was a dream of the late Tom Cronin to bring the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales to the Shell Factory, and he spent years trying to make that dream come true. more »»

Eagles Harriet and M15 produce two new eggs

February 25, 2020 Update: The Southwest Florida Eagle Cam reports a second egg on their Facebook page: "We have another EGG! Harriet laid a second egg of this second clutch earlier this evening; 3 days after the... more »»

Paying tribute -- Cape remembers Iwo Jima anniversary

February 25, 2020 Exactly 75 years to the date that Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal captured his iconic photo of five United States Marines and a U.S. more »»

Spring Training traffic advisory

February 21, 2020 Spring Training traffic advisory: · Opening day (today) Friday, Feb. 21: The Red Sox will host Northeastern University at 1:05 p.m. more »»

Cape to discuss FEMA reimbursement allocation

February 20, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council will continue its discussion Monday on how to use the money it received from FEMA as reimbursement for damage costs caused by Hurricane Irma in 2017. more »»

75 Years later: Cape to mark Iwo Jima anniversary

February 20, 2020 One of the most infamous battles that resulted in one of the most iconic images of the World War II era marks its 75th anniversary this week and will be remembered at Cape Coral's most prolific... more »»

Fair opens Thursday

February 20, 2020 Since it opened in 1924, the Southwest Florida and Lee County Fair has brought lasting memories and thrills to hundreds of thousands of people. Starting Thursday, Feb. more »»

Cha-ching: Vacay rentals bring in bucks

February 20, 2020 Airbnb, the vacation rental platform, released its annual Florida tax report on Tuesday, which revealed it collected and remitted more than $136. more »»

Caloosa Dive Club marks 50th

February 20, 2020 A local club that experiences underwater expeditions is celebrating 50 years of exploring local and global waters. more »»

Cape transportation committee discusses bridge options

February 20, 2020 As Lee County edges toward the design of a new west-side span for the Cape Coral Bridge, a city advocate for pedestrians and cyclists has what she thinks is a better idea. more »»

County steps in to fill transportation void

February 20, 2020 As of Thursday morning, Lee County began providing transportation services for clients with medical and other special needs after Good Wheels Inc. more »»

Rat poison caused death of SWFL eaglet

February 20, 2020 A Sanibel wildlife clinic has determined that the death of a North Fort Myers eaglet was caused by ingesting rat poison, likely from eating another animal that had been poisone. more »»

Tickets on sale for Cabaret with Kabaretti

February 20, 2020 Music lovers will have an opportunity to catch an international conductor here in Cape Coral next month before he begins his wordwide tou. more »»

‘Feed My Starving Children’ effort packs 200,000 meals

February 20, 2020 More than 200,000 meals were packed in Cape Coral during the recent two-day Feed My Starving Children MobilePack. "We had approximately 950 volunteers over our two days," Pamela Fairfax said. more »»

Registration under way for pet shelter 5K

February 20, 2020 Next month, Cape Coral residents and their four-legged family members can take part in a 5K race to benefit the Cape Coral Animal Shelter. more »»

Chili Cookoff and Monster Truck show set for Sunday

February 20, 2020 This Sunday, AMVETS Post 65 is hosting the second annual SWFL Military Museum & Library and Wolfhound's Legacy's Chili Cookoff and Monster Truck show. more »»

 
 

 

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