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World War II vets invited to Spirit of ’45 ceremony

July 25, 2019 A special ceremony is being held next month in Fort Myers in honor of World War II veterans as part of the nationwide imitative Spirit of '45 Day. more »»

Fundraiser set for ‘The Clarinet Guy’ at Slates

July 25, 2019 A beloved musician is getting support from the community that he has entertained for years after incurring a stroke. more »»

Jacksonville pilot program to use Cape-produced pond-cleaning product

July 25, 2019 The City of Jacksonville is using a product from a Cape Coral company to clean up a handful of stormwater retention ponds. more »»

Cape Coral business has no ax to grind but TJ’s Hatchet Hangout ready to throw down

July 25, 2019 A one-of-a-kind night out in Cape Coral may find you tapping into your primal instincts. more »»

District One Southern Counties Roadwatch Report for week of July 28

July 25, 2019 Fort Myers --- This weekly report is prepared by Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to inform the public about upcoming road work in Southwest Florida. more »»

City eyes removal of Yacht Club tennis courts

July 25, 2019 A proposed tennis and pickleball center in the center of the city, coupled with proposed changes to one of the city’s oldest amenities, could mean no more the tennis courts at the Cape Coral Yacht... more »»

Free legal advice services coming to Cape Coral Aug. 1

July 25, 2019 A partnership that began last year between the Lee County Clerk and the Lee County Legal Aid Society will expand into Cape Coral starting Aug. 1, providing citizens with free legal advic. more »»

Burrowing Owl Beer

July 24, 2019 Cape Coral's official bird now has its own brew. Big Storm Brewing Co. more »»

City manager’s budget proposal recommends reduction to tax rate

July 23, 2019 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag released his FY 2020 proposed budget Tuesday, which includes a recommendation to reduce the Cape's property tax rate but not to go as low as a full rollback. more »»

Council returns for marathon session

July 23, 2019 After a month-long hiatus, the Cape Coral City Council got back to business Monday for its first regular meeting, and if it seemed as if the council members were trying to make up for lost time, it’... more »»

Proposed noise ordinance to get additional review

July 23, 2019 A proposed noise ordinance will undergo additional discussion as Cape Coral City Council on Monday decided it needed another round of review before it comes to a vote. more »»

Church youth group from Chicago goes to work on Pine Island

July 23, 2019 Thirty-three students and eight leaders from Bethel Community Church Powerhouse High School Youth Group in Chicago have been hard at work this week on Pine Islan. more »»

Cape eyes eminent domain for purchase of park land

July 18, 2019 The city of Cape Coral has been gathering land for its planned Festival Park for years. Now, officials are ready to make the final push to get the rest. more »»

Water district officials tour Cape’s Ecological Laboratories

July 18, 2019 Water Management groups from all over Florida are coming to visit Ecological Laboratories in Cape Coral for what officials there say is a breakthrough in algae and nutrient runoff eliminatio. more »»

Seniors may be eligible for special Medicare coverage plan

July 18, 2019 The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida is taking the time to reassure residents of Lee County that the letters they have received from the Social Security Administration are legitimate and... more »»

Lifeline Family Center breaks ground for housing project

July 18, 2019 The Lifeline Family Center hosted a groundbreaking Thursday for its new housing center, planned for four two-bedroom apartments on site with the current center. more »»

Council to again discuss citywide land use changes

July 18, 2019 Cape Coral City Council on Monday will once again consider sweeping land use changes the city hopes will spur responsible development, both residential and commercial. more »»

Council to consider new noise ordinance

July 18, 2019 Cape residents will get an opportunity to weigh in a proposed noise ordinance Monday when Cape Coral City Council reconvenes after its summer hiatu. more »»

Water safety: ‘ABCs’ are important in drowning prevention

July 18, 2019 As many families head to the water to cool off with the summer's rising temperatures, they are advised to keep in mind the simple ABCs to keep their children safe around bodies of water. more »»



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