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Four Cape teachers among six Golden Apple winners

March 9, 2018 The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools surprised six teachers — including four in Cape Coral — with Golden Apples Friday. more »»

CCPD seeking additional volunteers

March 9, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department is in need of new volunteers for administrative positions in the lobby of the Police Department as well as at City Hall. more »»

Lee Clerk's Office expands office hours for passport applications

March 9, 2018 The Lee County Clerk of Court’s Recording Office accepts and verifies passport applications on behalf of the U.S. Department of Stat. more »»

Biggest one yet: Reggae Fest set for Saturday

March 8, 2018 With double the bands, five stages and more clubs taking part, the 4th Annual Reggae Festival set for Saturday in the South Cape promises to be bigger and better. more »»

March in the Park: Garden Club of Cape Coral’s 10th annual event is Saturday

March 8, 2018 Join the Garden Club of Cape Coral for the 10th annual March in the Park — the event of the year for green-thumb gardeners, the horiticulturally challenged and every plant lover in between — as it... more »»

‘Luxury vehicle condos’ coming to Cape Coral

March 8, 2018 Cape Coral is in the queue for the ultimate in man caves. Kevin Cloutier, an agent with Priceless Realty, has launched a project called The Caves of Cape Coral. more »»

Proposed city purchase of old golf course acreage: Cape-County meeting on land buy unlikely

March 8, 2018 The city of Cape Coral may have to wait until it actually purchases the old golf course acreage before it can discuss funding help from the county. more »»

Hazardous waste collection day: Cape to offer free disposal

March 8, 2018 The City of Cape Coral is hosting a day for residents to dispose of their hazardous waste in March, free of charge. more »»

Sun Splash opens Saturday as new season begins

March 8, 2018 Sun Splash Family Waterpark, set to kick off its season Saturday, will wow attendees this year with the new colors and additions to create a more pleasant day at the park for its guests. more »»

Art is alive and kickin’ in the Cape: Cape Coral Art League on a mission to cultivate artists

March 8, 2018 “Art is dead.” It’s a phrase that penetrates our psyche subconsciously, through decades of exposure to pop culture and spending cuts in Congress. more »»

Inquiring minds at Gulf Middle School: Eighth graders seek answers to the universe and beyond

March 8, 2018 Since the beginnings of mankind we have gazed up at the stars in awe. The human need to understand, to explore, and find our place within the vast reaches of the universe is part of who we are. more »»

Shrimp Festival opens Saturday on Fort Myers Beach

March 8, 2018 What everyone loves best about the Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival hasn’t changed since the event began 60 years ago — the huge boiling pots of local pink gold shrimp, which members of the Lions... more »»

Cape man charged in Thanksgiving day crash

March 7, 2018 A Cape Coral man has been charged with negligent vehicular homicide in connection with a Thanksgiving day crash that resulted in the death of a 32-year-old woma. more »»

City to shut off water in some Del Prado area neighborhoods on March 10

March 7, 2018 Starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 10 the city of Cape Coral will be shutting off water for about 750 residences to make water main repairs. The shutoff is expected to last until about 6 p.m. more »»

County Commission reaches agreement on impact fees

March 6, 2018 Impact fees will increase in Lee County but in increments, a compromise to satisfy area builders as well as those who say it is time to raise more money for infrastructure in a booming area. more »»

LCSO: Missing North Fort Myers man found safe

March 6, 2018 The Lee County Sheriff's Department reported at 11:21 today that Scott Jacobs, a 49-year-old North Fort Myers man, has been found safe. The Sheriff’s Office issued an alert at 3:30 p.m. more »»

School shooting survivors attend Constitution Revision hearing in Cape Coral

March 6, 2018 For the last three weeks, Stoneman Douglas High School students have stepped to the forefront of the debate on gun control. more »»

Mission of mercy

March 6, 2018 Dentist visits aren’t cheap. And if you never think of the cost dental care until you have a toothache, you’re not alone. more »»

Cape Council approves 'skimmer' ordinance

March 6, 2018 Credit card "skimming" at the pumps may become a little more difficult in Cape Coral. Cape Coral City Council on Monday passed an ordinance requiring more safeguards at gas stations in the city. more »»

4-H auctions take center stage at fair

March 6, 2018 For four months, members of the area 4-H organizations raised their animals to be judged and eventually auctioned away to the highest bidder. more »»



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