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Cape to get second FEMA reimbursement

August 1, 2019 Just weeks after FEMA approved $5.6 million to help the city of Cape Coral offset the cost of cleanup following Hurricane Irma, the agency has approved more funds for the city. more »»

Council, Budget Review Committee set budget workshop

August 1, 2019 Cape Coral City Council and the city’s Budget Review Committee will get down to the nitty-gritty on next year’s budget when they will hold the first of three joint workshop sessions Tuesday. more »»

District to hold Back to School Block Party

August 1, 2019 The biggest back-to-school block party, free and open to the public, will be held this weekend in Fort Myers. more »»

BaconFest set to sizzle

August 1, 2019 A universally loved breakfast side dish will once again be the center of attention in Cape Coral next weekend. more »»

Tickets on sale for 11th annual Love That Dress! event

August 1, 2019 Tickets for Lee County’s favorite shopping fundraiser — the “ultimate shopping spree” — are now on sale. The 11th annual Pace Center for Girls Love That Dress! event will begin at 6 p.m. more »»

Back to School Rush set for Saturday

August 1, 2019 With the first day of school right around the corner, the Lee County School District is partnering with the Florida Department of Health and Lee Health for a Back to School Rush Saturday, providing... more »»

Florida Department of Health in Lee County is offering school immunization walk-in clinic hours

August 1, 2019 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County is reminding parents of kindergartners, 7th graders, out-of-state transfers and college students to make sure their children’s immunizations are up to... more »»

Salvation Army receives new disaster services canteen

August 1, 2019 A state-of-the-art mobile canteen was recently donated to the Salvation Army by the Lightning Foundation, giving volunteers the opportunity to expand their reach to more individuals after a small, o... more »»

Ms. Oktoberfest crowned

July 31, 2019 Ashley Jones never really considered herself pageant material, having just graduated from Florida Gulf Coast Universit. more »»

FEMA awards Cape Coral $4.6 million for Hurricane Irma expenses

July 31, 2019 FEMA has approved $4,581,446 for the State of Florida to help the city of Cape Coral defray the costs of debris removal for Hurricane Irma under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program. more »»

A Night for Life to raise awareness, funds for organ donation, recipients

July 31, 2019 A Night for Life Fundraiser held by the local nonprofit, Organ Transplant Recipients of Southwest Florida Inc. is coming to Bonita Bill’s on Aug 3. more »»

CCPD's K9s now fully outfitted with ballistic vests

July 31, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department’s K9s are now fully outfitted with ballistic vests, with the last two K9s receiving theirs courtesy of Joey’s Legacy Inc. and Survival Armor. more »»

Tax-free holiday for back-to-school shopping starts this Friday

July 31, 2019 Florida residents can prepare for some savings this weekend to help lessen the costs of back-to-school shopping. A statewide tax-free holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, Aug. more »»

Lee County awarded over $4 million by FEMA for Hurricane Irma expenses

July 31, 2019 ORLANDO, FL – FEMA has approved $4,015,575 for the State of Florida to help Lee County defray the costs of debris removal for Hurricane Irma under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program. more »»

Free food distribution event Aug. 9 in Cape

July 31, 2019 The public is invited to attend a free food distribution event, while children 18 and younger have the opportunity to receive free dental care, next Friday in the parking lot next to the SWFL... more »»

Lee Health invites mothers to take part in Global 'Big Latch On'

July 31, 2019 Southwest Florida mothers are invited to join Lee Health for the Global “Big Latch On” event to raise awareness of the benefits of breastfeeding. more »»

Cape man arrested, accused of shooting his dog

July 30, 2019 A Cape Coral man was charged with animal cruelty Monday night after police say he shot and killed his dog. Korey James Potts, of 813 N.E. more »»

Council caps tax rate at current level

July 30, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council set the not-to-exceed property tax rate for next year’s budget at the same rate, at 6.75 mills, on Monday. more »»

City employee health center gets support, proposed gun range does not

July 30, 2019 Cape Coral City Council worked its way through an agenda packed with both old business and new Monday, with a planned health center for employees garnering support and a proposed indoor gun range fo... more »»

‘Operation Southern Shield’

July 30, 2019 Earlier this month, law enforcement throughout the state were busy cracking down on speeders, thanks to an initiative designed to reduce serious injuries and fatalities on the roadways. more »»

 
 

 

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