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CCPD charges city Parks & Rec director with DUI

August 22, 2017 A city of Cape Coral department head was arrested over the weekend on multiple driving under the influence charges. more »»

Cape Council deadlocks; golf course land use change fails again

August 21, 2017 Cape Coral City Council deadlocked 4-4 Monday night, effectively killing a proposed land use change for the old golf course site. more »»

D.R. Horton pulls out of contract to buy old golf course acreage

August 21, 2017 D.R. Horton has announced that it has pulled out of the agreement with Ryan Company to purchase former golf club property: “D.R. more »»

CCPD charges Cape Coral Parks & Recreation director with DUI

August 21, 2017 Cape Coral’s Parks & Recreation Director Stephen Pohlman was arrested by Cape Coral Police Sunday on multiple driving under the influence charge. more »»

Election 2017 Question of the Week: Employee compensation

August 18, 2017 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

LCSO: Cape man threatens to blow up LCEC building

August 18, 2017 A Cape Coral man has been charged with making a bomb threat to his electricity provider due to his delinquent bill. more »»

Cape Coral City Council and Budget Review Committee to hold joint budget workshop on Tuesday

August 18, 2017 The Cape Coral City Council and Budget Review Committee will hold a joint budget workshop on Tuesday, Aug. 22 beginning at 1:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers. more »»

Old golf course acreage: Council to consider land use change

August 17, 2017 The Cape Coral City Council will consider a controversial land use change Monday that could allow proposed residential development on the vacant golf course propert. more »»

TRIM notices mailed

August 17, 2017 Property owners throughout Lee County should have received the annual TRIM notices in their mailboxes this week. "They all went out on Monday," said Lee County Property Appraiser Ken Wilkinson. more »»

Eclipse brings challenges to school system

August 17, 2017 There are only a few times in people’s lifetimes where they get to see a solar eclipse. more »»

Aubuchon Homes, Florida Skin Center, in running for the Business Citizenship Award

August 17, 2017 A couple of businesses with ties to Cape Coral have been named as finalists for the 2017 Industry Appreciation Awards. more »»

40th Anniversary: Cape Coral Hospital marks major milestone

August 17, 2017 For four decades, Cape Coral Hospital has cared for the residents of and visitors to the city. When the hospital opened its doors in 1977, it was a 94-bed hospital that employed 253 men and women. more »»

Resolution to Matlacha annexation dispute on Monday’s agenda

August 17, 2017 Among the ordinance amendment and resolution hearings to be addressed by City Council at Monday's regular meeting is a request for vacation of an alley plat and underlying easements on a parcel at... more »»

New rules regarding burrowing owls

August 16, 2017 New protection rules for burrowing owls could create big problems for city builders who want to do anything from building houses to installing pools. more »»

City staff, design consultant looking for ways to reduce streetscape project costs in CRA

August 16, 2017 While Community Redevelop-ment Agency commissioners recommended that the Southeast 47th Terrace streetscape project continue as planned despite significant cost increases, city staff and design... more »»

Lee County residents gather in solidarity with Charlottesville

August 16, 2017 Sanibel Island resident Richard Hilliard is concerned about the unrest he sees in his country. more »»

Grand opening for Republican Museum of Southwest Florida set for Tuesday

August 16, 2017 Only the second Republican museum in the United States is set to open in the local area. The Republican Museum of Southwest Florida will hold its grand opening Tuesday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. more »»

Cape man sentenced to 10 years in prison for home invasion robbery

August 16, 2017 A Cape Coral man has been sentenced to prison in connection to a home invasion robbery. more »»

Pine Island’s Heitz loans Mars meteorite to Calusa Nature Center

August 16, 2017 Pine Island resident and meteor hunter Tim Heitz has loaned a meteorite from his extensive collection to the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium in Fort Myers. more »»

Applications for District 5 City Council seat now being accepted

August 16, 2017 Applications to fill the District 5 City Council seat are being accepted in the Cape Coral City Clerk's Offic. more »»



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