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Cape mayor storms out of Council meeting

April 25, 2017 The Cape Coral City Council and the Cape Coral Charter School Authority met Monday in an attempt to bridge differences and improve what has been, since late last year, a contentious relationship. more »»

Arbor Day Tree Planting Celebration Friday

April 25, 2017 Cape Coral will become a little greener on Friday with the dedication of several trees. more »»

Cape council mulls direct control of city charter schools

April 25, 2017 Issues the city of Cape Coral has within its municipal charter school system might be best resolved by assuming direct control, according to a proposal discussed by City Council Monday. more »»

Woman injured in recent accident remains hospitalized

April 25, 2017 One person has been released from a local hospital following a recent traffic accident. As of Tuesday, Timothy Brian Gravitt, 37, of 4785 Barkley Circle, Ap. more »»

Senior housing proposal gets high marks

April 25, 2017 A local church wants to make sure older residents no longer have to decide between, food, medicine or an affordable place to live, and its plan drew rave reviews from Cape Coral City Council on... more »»

Bus driver from Cape cited after crash

April 25, 2017 A school bus driver from Cape Coral has been cited in a traffic crash involving students. Silverio Oliva Funez, 58, was cited for careless driving in the Monday accident. more »»

Leon announces re-election bid

April 24, 2017 Cape Coral City Council District 4 incumbent Richard Leon announced his re-election bid Friday. more »»

For many, relief follows 400-acre brush fire

April 22, 2017 Roslyn York, and many others in the area of 21st Street West, were very lucky to still have their homes Saturday after a huge brush fire swept the neighborhood late Friday and early Saturday. more »»

Relay for Life to step off Saturday

April 21, 2017 When the annual Cape Coral Relay for Life returns this Saturday to Caloosa Field, behind Caloosa Middle School on 610 Del Prado Blvd., it will have a slightly different look and feel. more »»

Little interest; Council cool to traffic plan assessment

April 21, 2017 Making sure the roads are safe is one of the most important jobs the city has but asking residents to pay extra for that would be inappropriate, Cape Coral City Council officials said Wednesday. more »»

CCPD Top 5 finalist for 'DNA Hit of the Year'

April 21, 2017 The Cape Coral Police Department will be recognized as a Top 5 finalist at a global convention in Austria for "DNA Hit of the Year," for the work done in solving a 26-year-old cold case. more »»

Cardboard Boat Regatta: Fun on the water at Four Freedoms Saturday

April 21, 2017 By JIM LINETTE For months, boating enthusiasts have been busy constructing boats to race in Saturday's Cardboard Boat Regatta at Four Freedoms Park in Cape Coral. more »»

Cape Christian Church to celebrate 30 years

April 21, 2017 In honor of its 30th anniversary, a Cape Coral church will host a carnival for the community. Cape Christian will kick off its 30th Anniversary Celebration today from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. more »»

Rare smalltooth sawfish caught on Sanibel

April 21, 2017 A donated tagging expedition raffle prize turned into an experience a local shark researcher will never forget. more »»

School Authority also set to meet today

April 21, 2017 With an interim superintendent and an agreement to begin to work together, the chairperson of the Cape Coral Charter School Authority hopes Monday’s meeting with the Cape Coral City Council — of ... more »»

German American Club to host International Night

April 21, 2017 A festival celebrating a mix nationalities, including American, is set for this weekend. more »»

Alleged computer chats with teen result in North Fort Myers man's arrest

April 21, 2017 A North Fort Myers man was arrested Thursday after he sent inappropriate chat messages and naked pictures of himself to a teen in Tennessee, state officials said Frida. more »»

Autism Acceptance Day event Saturday

April 21, 2017 A weekend event is planned in recognition of April as National Autism Awareness Month. Hosted by the Lee County School District's Exceptional Student Education Department and Family Initiative Inc. more »»

Two rescued by Coast Guard after plane goes down

April 20, 2017 YANKEETOWN, Fla. — The Coast Guard rescued two people Wednesday after their plane crashed in the water near Yankeetown. more »»

Local groups lobby in Tallahassee

April 19, 2017 Last week marked a step forward for a water quality initiative. Senator Rob Bradley and Senator Joe Negron's SB 10 passed the Florida Senate in a 36-3 vote and has moved on to the House. more »»

Nauti Parrot to open second location on Fort Myers Beach

April 19, 2017 The Geib family is not afraid of a challenge. more »»


Zumba Gold classes at Bay Oaks April 27, 2017

Bay Oaks Recreation Campus will be offering a Zumba Gold class every Thursday night at 6:30 p.m., designed for the active adult population or the true beginner (unconditioned) participant. Zumba Gold addresses the anatomical, physiological and psychological needs specific to these populations. more »




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