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Officials say Leadership Academies prepare freshmen

August 22, 2019 Freshmen students within the school district are becoming better acclimated with the culture of high school through a program taught by JROTC instructors, district officials say. more »»

City and kayak club to end lease arrangement

August 22, 2019 It appears the South Florida Canoe & Kayak Club is going to have to look for new waters. more »»

Coastal Cleanup: Registration under way for annual event

August 22, 2019 Registration is now open for the annual International Coastal Cleanup with numerous sites around Lee County. This year the International Coastal Cleanup will be held from 9 a.m. more »»

Cape Coral Charter Schools make changes for new school year

August 22, 2019 With a new school year underway, the City of Cape Coral Charter School Authority continues to delve into new ways to engage its students and help them reach their highest potential. more »»

Tickets on sale for Haitian Heritage Educational Scholarship Gala

August 22, 2019 The Haitian-American Community Coalition of SWFL is gearing up for one of its major fundraisers, the fourth annual Scholarship Gala. more »»

Annie’s Restaurant open for business

August 22, 2019 An iconic and well-known Cape Coral restaurant is back open. more »»

Former sheriff files ethics complaint against current office holder

August 22, 2019 A former Lee County Sheriff filed a complaint with the Florida Commission on Ethics Monday, citing alleged conduct by the current Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marcen. more »»

Free alert system offered for property owners

August 22, 2019 Property owners in Lee County now have the opportunity to sign up for a free service, which will alert them of potential property fraud. more »»

MedReturn box located in lobby of Cape Coral Police Department

August 21, 2019 If you are going through your cabinets or drawers and find prescription medication that you no longer use or is out of date, you can bring it to the Cape Coral Police Department front lobby and put... more »»

Feds provide more funds for Irma relief

August 20, 2019 Lee County is in line for more Hurricane Irma relief, as Gov. more »»

APEX Award winner

August 20, 2019 The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee’s APEX Awards acknowledge women in the community who are members of the chamber and excel in the areas of professionalism,... more »»

FCWC to demonstrate water testing equipment

August 20, 2019 This Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.. more »»

City Council fine tuning budget proposal

August 20, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council and the Budget Review Committee seem to be mostly in sync with what they want with the 2020 city budget The two groups held their third and final joint meeting Tuesday,... more »»

Council narrowly passes speed limit ordinance

August 20, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council members were divided over an ordinance regulating speed limits on local roads during their regular meeting Monday at City Hall. more »»

Council votes to approve Mercola incentives

August 20, 2019 Cape Coral City Council on Monday needed a little convincing, but eventually voted 6-1 to approve a job creation incentive to a company that has brought nearly 100 jobs, paying an average salary of... more »»

SWFL Children’s Charities names board of directors

August 20, 2019 SWFL Children’s Chari-ties Inc. more »»

Cape police issue missing person alert

August 19, 2019 Late Sunday night, the Cape Coral Police Department issued a missing endangered person alert. more »»

LaBelle woman killed in five-car pile-up on Pine Island Road

August 19, 2019 A woman from LaBelle was killed Saturday afternoon in a five-car crash on Pine Island Road near Barrett Road in North Fort Myers. According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, at 12:45 p.m. more »»

Proposed seawall standards could prove costly

August 15, 2019 A potential change in seawall standards in Cape Coral could find waterfront homeowners digging much deeper into their pockets for repairs and replacements. more »»

Multi-agency crackdown results in 120 arrests

August 15, 2019 An operation to reduce violent gang crime in Lee County led by the U.S. Marshals and conducted by area law enforcement has resulted in 120 arrests. The U.S. more »»



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