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Little hats, big hearts

February 9, 2018 One-day-old Legend Kenlly Luttrell, born in early February at Cape Coral Hospital, smiles for the camera in his hand-made red hat in celebration of American Heart Month. more »»

Cape officials provide update

February 9, 2018 Industry leaders got an update on key issues Thursday night when city officials addressed those attending a Cape Coral Construction Industry Association dinner at Palmetto Pines. more »»

Traffic signal, overhead repairs at Cape Coral Parkway/Santa Barbara Boulevard Thursday

February 9, 2018 Lee County DOT will perform traffic signal/overhead repairs at Cape Coral Parkway and Santa Barbara Boulevard Thursday, Feb. 15, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. more »»

Military exercise under way in Fort Myers area

February 9, 2018 Elements of the 164th Air Defense Artillery Brigade will be conducting air defense training in the vicinity of Buckingham Airfield today and through the weekend, Feb. 9-11. more »»

Edison Junior Parade road closures set

February 9, 2018 Beginning at 12 p.m., on Sunday, Feb. 11, the Fort Myers Police Department will be closing roads for the Edison Festival of Light Junior Parade. more »»

South Cape streetscaping project under way

February 8, 2018 The $13 million Southeast 47th Terrace streetscape project has just gotten into full swing, and area businesses are beginning to feel the effects. more »»

Wildlife Trust lot buy to protect tortoises

February 8, 2018 The Cape Coral Wildlife Trust was formed with the preservation of threatened and endangered species in mind. more »»

‘Perish’: Lisa Black releases new novel

February 8, 2018 An author who uses little details from her day job to create a more realistic story, just released her 12th book, “Perish,” late last month. Lisa Black began writing when she was a little girl. more »»

Cape Coral Bike Night

February 8, 2018 Cape Coral’s third Bike Night of the season will be held Saturday as planned after contractors working on the Southeast 47th Terrace Streetscaping project modified their construction schedule to... more »»

Local man appeals to city for LeeTran revamp support

February 8, 2018 Not happy that the county has not immediately embraced his plan to revamp of LeeTran's service routes, a local man has now reached out to city of Cape Coral officials. more »»

Celebrating 45 years in the Cape: Labor of love keeps Ken’s Auto Repair in high gear

February 8, 2018 When you enter Ken’s Auto Repair on Del Prado Boulevard, you can view decades of award plaques spanning across the walls of the business that opened in 1973. more »»

Council green lights golf course negotiations

February 6, 2018 City purchase of the old golf course acreage drew some criticism Monday night but Cape Coral City Council remained consistent to the position it took last week at workshop, voting 6-1 to enter... more »»

Making the right choices

February 6, 2018 Lee County fifth-graders got a lesson in making the right choices and the consequences of doing otherwise last week, thanks to the Lee County Coalition for a Drug Free Southwest Florida a virtual... more »»

Council approves land use change for Embers property

February 6, 2018 Despite protests from numerous residents, Cape Coral City Council on Monday unanimously agreed to transmit a future land use amendment that would allow multi-family development on acreage on Embers... more »»

Lee County School Board withdraws plan for sales tax special election

February 6, 2018 The Lee County School Board held a special meeting Monday to withdraw its decision to hold a special election in May for a half penny sales tax. more »»

Man sentenced to prison for beating elderly woman

February 6, 2018 On Monday, Dennis Testa Jr., 40, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for beating an elderly woman in Cape Coral, according to a press release from the StateAttorney's Office. more »»

Updated: Advocate finds 'no probable cause' in Sawicki ethics complaint

February 2, 2018 An advocate with the Florida Commission on Ethics has found no evidence to substantiate any violation of law by a former Cape Coral official accused of failing the report gifts and disclose potentia... more »»

Fighting the Flu — Officials say hit the pause button if you get sick

February 1, 2018 Officials are asking those who have the flu to put a pause on their life — stay home from work, or school, slow down, rest and drink lots of fluids to allow the body to recuperat. more »»

School board calls special meeting

February 1, 2018 The Lee County School Board has called a special meeting for Monday morning to reconsider and possibly modify its decision to hold a special election for a proposed half-penny sales tax. more »»

Neighborhood association to expand its boundaries

February 1, 2018 The largest neighborhood association in Cape Coral is hoping to become bigger. more »»

 
 

 

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