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South Cape businesses feel financial impact

March 22, 2018 Financial fallout from the construction site barricading Southeast 47th Terrace amid the Streetscape Project has some South Cape business owners distressed. more »»

Extended bar hours begin April 1

March 22, 2018 In the wee hours of April 1, the city of Cape Coral will officially begin an extended bar hours program for the second time with the hopes of not only making the South Cape a destination but to do s... more »»

Fill the Boot campaign to step off

March 22, 2018 Firefighters will take to five intersections beginning today in Cape Coral to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Southwest Florida. more »»

Water & Wheels: Three-day event kicks off today

March 22, 2018 A three-day family-oriented event is being held at Cape Harbour starting today, complete with boats, cars and live music. more »»

LCSO: Deputy attacked by man with a knife in Bokeelia

March 22, 2018 A Lee County deputy shot a man on Pine Island Thursday after the deputy was stabbed while answering a public assistance call in Bokeelia. more »»

Elections Office: Check out the 2018 Election Guide

March 22, 2018 If you have received your elections guide from the Lee County Elections Office, officials there urge you to open it up — it’s loaded with information on how to vote, where to vote, and the deadlines... more »»

Shell museum planning for $6M upgrade

March 22, 2018 The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum has big plans for the future, like live aquariums. more »»

Lee Elections Office honors students for voting promotion artwork

March 22, 2018 Two Cypress Lake High School students took top honors in the 2018 Arts Vote Contest. more »»

CCPD reaches out to daycare parents in wake of arrest

March 21, 2018 The Cape Coral Police Department is asking parents whose children attended a daycare where an arrest was made after a mother told police her 5-year-old daughter was shown "sexual videos" to contact... more »»

40 school resource officers being added to Lee County Schools

March 21, 2018 When Lee County’s public school students return to class from spring break on Monday, 40 additional school resource officers will be on patrol. more »»

Poker Run set for Saturday

March 21, 2018 The Lee County Chapter of Ronin Riding Club will hold a charitable poker run this Saturday at Chicago Boys in Fort Myers. more »»

'60s Decade for Cape Coral Animal Shelter raises $160,000

March 21, 2018 The annual Decades fundraiser for the Cape Coral Animal Shelter raised more than $160,000 for the planned facility. more »»

Cape ‘pioneer’ earns Burton award

March 20, 2018 A member of one of Cape Coral's first families — literally, Gloria Tate was honored with one of Lee County's highest awards Tuesday. more »»

‘Hospitality zone’ bar hours extended to 3 a.m.

March 20, 2018 Extended bar hours are coming back to the city of Cape Coral. And if all goes well, the program could be permanent. more »»

BOCC approves Kismet/Littleton roadway merger

March 20, 2018 The Board of County Commis-sioners really didn’t have to pull the realignment for the Kismet Parkway and Littleton Road intersection. more »»


March 20, 2018 Sunday will be a day that will, quite literally, go to the dogs. The Shell Factory and the Golden Retriever Rescue of Southwest Florida will present the ninth annual GoldenFest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.. more »»

Young authors help Cape High celebrate literacy

March 20, 2018 It can be fun to read, and on Friday authors showed up at Cape Coral High School to prove the point. more »»

North Fort Myers eaglets fledge, on way to adulthood

March 20, 2018 In a season that has lacked the drama of previous years, one more massive milestone has been passed by the Pritchett Farm eaglets — their first fledge. more »»

Fort Myers PRCA Rodeo returns to Posse Arena

March 20, 2018 For the sixth year, the Fort Myers PRCA Rodeo will return to the Lee County Posse Arena for two shows on Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24, at 7 p.m. more »»

State budget includes appropriations for Cape Coral reservoir pipeline and mobile command center

March 16, 2018 Gov. Rick Scott has signed the state budget and included appropriations for two Cape Coral projects. more »»

Search suspended for missing boater

March 16, 2018 The Coast Guard has suspended the search for a missing 63-year-old man in the Gulf of Mexico after a fishing boat sank 70 miles south west of Fort Myers Beach. more »»



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