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Cape High principal named school district’s chief academic officer

June 27, 2019 An educator who has been in the School District of Lee County for more than two decades will take the role of chief academic officer beginning Monday. “Dr. more »»

Annual Back to School Supply Drive kicks off

June 27, 2019 The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools is collecting items for its annual Back to School Supply Drive, which helps stock the Education Resource Center, open to educators of Lee County Public... more »»

Clerk of the Court’s Cape office hours restored to five days a week

June 27, 2019 Hours at the Lee County Clerk of the Court’s Cape Coral office will be restored to five days a week starting Monday, July . more »»

Melody Lane Performing Arts Center to present pilot production of 'Finding Nemo JR'

June 26, 2019 Melody Lane Performing Arts Center will present a pilot production of Disney's "Finding Nemo JR" the musical this weekend. more »»

City gets $3 million from state for reclaimed water project 

June 26, 2019 A pipeline project that will bring reclaimed water from Fort Myers into Cape Coral while reducing harmful discharges into the Caloosahatchee River has received a giant boost from the state. more »»

Calusa Waterkeeper’s Florida Water Summit kicks off campaign

June 26, 2019 For Southwest Florida, summer months can mean heat, afternoon rain and, as Southwest Florida saw all too well last year, harmful algal blooms. more »»

NFMAA ends arts camp with ‘The Addams Family’

June 26, 2019 The North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts put an exclamation point on its annual Arts Camp Friday with its annual musical, produced 17 days from start to finish. more »»

Health Department to recognize HIV Testing Day with free tests

June 26, 2019 The Health Department in Lee County will recognize HIV Testing Day with free tests. In partnership with the McGregor Clinic, the agency will off free HIC testing and information from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. more »»

20/20 land to be named Larry Kiker Preserve

June 26, 2019 The near 4,000-acre Conservation 20/20 preserve in south Lee County will be named the Larry Kiker Preserve. The $42. more »»

Cape Coral Animal Shelter names executive director

June 25, 2019 The Cape Coral Animal Shelter Board of Directors has appointed Liz McCauley as the shelter's executive director. more »»

Funding for regional hurricane shelter approved

June 24, 2019 Funding for a $15.7 million regional hurricane shelter off State Road 31 near the Lee County/Charlotte line has been approved. The state appropriations bill signed by Florida Gov. more »»

Grand Opening to feature 76-cent-a-gallon gas to first 100 customers

June 21, 2019 The Chamber of Commerce and the 76 Brand will host a grand opening celebration to inaugurate the opening of the newly designed 76 gas station at 1625 Kismet Parkway E, this Saturday from noon to 3 p. more »»

Miami man charged in fatal North Fort Myers accident

June 21, 2019 Florida Highway Patrol Troopers have completed a lengthy criminal investigation concerning a June 27, 2018, fatal traffic crash on U.S. more »»

County OKs Burnt Store street lighting

June 20, 2019 A county-owned road Cape Coral residents said was dangerously dark will get street lights much earlier than planned. more »»

Lifeline to break ground on fourplex

June 20, 2019 An organization that gives hope to homeless single mothers will expand their services and facilities next mont. more »»

They're back... Mosquito Control has begun treatments around the area

June 20, 2019 As the Southwest Florida area heads into the rainy, summer months, residents may notice things getting a bit "bugg. more »»

Water quality campaign to kick off

June 20, 2019 A Calusa Waterkeeper Public Health Campaign kicks off Monday with a documentary, dinner and panel discussion at Broadway Dinner Theatre to discuss why harmful algal blooms have become a public healt... more »»

CCPD investigating theft from Cape store

June 20, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department is investigating the theft of several iPhones and iPads from a Cape Coral store. Tuesday, June 18, around 5:49 p.m. more »»

Marine vet in need of vehicle gets ‘recycled ride’

June 20, 2019 Life got a little easier for an area veteran Wednesday morning. U.S. more »»

Funding for Everglades projects tied up in controversial spending package

June 20, 2019 A bill that narrowly squeaked through the U.S. House Wednesday that includes $200 million for Everglades restoration projects has been met with varying opinion in Florida. H.. more »»



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