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With revenues limited, charter schools to seek help

May 8, 2018 The Cape Coral Charter School system's governing board is looking to supplement the four school's budget next year with money from reserves and possibly some help from the city. more »»

Cape Coral Moose makes donation to Beacon of HOPE

May 8, 2018 Thanks to the Cape Coral Moose Lodge #2199 and Drag Queen Bingo, the Beacon of HOPE received a check for $595. Representing the Moose Lodge was its governor, Keith Rossell. more »»

CCPD: Two pedestrians injured when impaired driver causes crash

May 7, 2018 A Cape Coral woman faces six DUI-related charges after police say she caused a crash that left two pedestrians with serous injuries. Colleen Marie Mulder , 37, of 3331 S.E. more »»

10th Annual High School Musical Awards Monday

May 4, 2018 The 10th Annual High School Musical Award ceremony is Monday, May 7, at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall. more »»

Cape man faces child porn charges

May 4, 2018 A Cape Coral man is facing child pornography charges after police say they found obscene images on his computer. more »»

Register for Lee Virtual School summer courses through May 14

May 4, 2018 Registration is now open for middle and high school students who wish to take virtual summer courses through Lee Virtual School. more »»

Small businesses drive Cape economy

May 3, 2018 Small businesses exist in every community across the globe, but for Cape Coral, small businesses are the community. more »»

Water Safety Day: Annual event to raise awareness is May 5

May 3, 2018 Unlikely tragedies occur every day, but some of these devastating scenarios can be preventable with the proper knowledge. more »»

Fuller Metz marks 50 years in Cape Coral

May 3, 2018 Cape Coral’s first and oldest funeral home is marking 50 years of being a provider of burials and cremations to the community. more »»

TOPS’ ‘losers’ take pride in family-style support of members

May 3, 2018 Cape Coral is home to some of the state’s biggest loser. more »»

Half the woman she was: Baker is state’s weight-loss queen

May 3, 2018 For anyone, making a major chance in your life can be a demanding and formidable task. more »»

Fire station loan on Council agenda

May 3, 2018 City manager John Szerlag is expected to ask the Cape Coral City Council on Monday to approve the city enter into a bank loan to pay for a fire station on Burnt Store Road, with proceeds also going... more »»

Locals lobby for funding in D.C.

May 3, 2018 Lee County activists migrated north to Washington D.C.to convince lawmakers to support funding for Everglades restoration. more »»

More than 1,400 residents pray for unity at Community Prayer Breakfast

May 3, 2018 More than 1,400 individuals from all faiths, political inclinations and backgrounds came together Thursday in prayer to hear a message of unity, love and positivity as the community builds a stronge... more »»

CRA to suspend event sponsorship grants

May 3, 2018 news@breezenewspapers.com In a meeting intended to be informational, the Community Redevelopment Agency made a couple significant decisions that could have an impact on the South Cape. more »»

Rotary, Lighthouse to host boat excursion

May 3, 2018 When your vision is impaired, sometimes the options for recreation are limited. more »»

Cape Coral city manager issues burn ban

May 3, 2018 The city of Cape Coral is under a open-flame burn ban. City Manager John Szerlag has issued the ban, effective immediately, on Thursday. more »»

Biz Chat changes location for May meeting

May 3, 2018 A networking opportunity for Cape Coral businesses has grown from four to 90 participants resulting in the third location change starting this month. “We have regular. more »»

Cape man sentenced to 20 years for attempted murder

May 3, 2018 Justus Divine Pierce, the 20-year-old that was found guilty of attempted homicide last month, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison by Judge Margaret Steinbeck. more »»

Santa Barbara Boulevard at S.W./S.E. 44th Street to be closed Thursday for utility repairs

May 2, 2018 All southbound lanes of Santa Barbara Boulevard at S.W./S.E. 44th Street in Cape Coral will be closed Thursday, May 3, beginning at 9 a.m. more »»

 
 

 

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