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'Peter Pan' at camp

June 27, 2018 The North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts’ summer camp presentation of “Peter Pan” wowed the crowd. more »»

Shell Factory celebrates its 80th year

June 27, 2018 Area residents came out in droves Sunday to help the Shell Factory & Nature Park celebrate its 80th anniversary The attraction marked the milestone with not only an old-fashioned carnival with games... more »»

Sun Splash fills lifeguard positions

June 27, 2018 Sun Splash Family Waterpark is at the end of its hiring process for this season, which includes close to 50 lifeguards to monitor the park during regular hours. more »»

‘Bulk Item Drop Off Event’ Saturday

June 27, 2018 The city is partnering with Waste Pro and Good-will Industries of South-west Florida to offer Cape Coral residents a free “Bulk Item Drop Off Event” Saturday, June 30. more »»

Family mentor program seeks volunteers

June 27, 2018 The United Way Volunteer Center and the Children’s Network of Southwest Florida are recruiting individuals to become family mentors. more »»

Sweepstakes check a big win for Cape family

June 25, 2018 When Kari Ann Frazier of Cape Coral referred a friend to Direct Auto & Life Insurance's "Florida Referral Sweepstakes," she couldn't have imagined herself taking home the grand prize —and the... more »»

Southwest 3rd Lane entrance to Jim Jeffers Park and Christa McAuliffe School to temporarily close

June 25, 2018 The Southwest 3rd Lane entrance to Jim Jeffers Park and Christa McAuliffe Elementary School will be closed beginning tomorrow, June 26. more »»

South Cape lane closures under way for pipeline cleaning project

June 25, 2018 Update: Additional roadways have been added to the road closures due to pipeline cleaning project under way in the South Cape. more »»

CCPD: Cape man assaulted officers attempting to rescue him as he danced around fire

June 25, 2018 A Cape Coral man is facing multiple charges after police say he assaulted offers attempting to rescue him as he danced naked in a fire while speaking gibberish. more »»

Cape gears up for $60 million parks referendum

June 21, 2018 The playground at Paul Sanborn Park attracted a range of families late Wednesday afternoon. A pair of toddlers, under the watchful eye of a couple of dads, scrambled up the “big kids” jungle gym. more »»

Cape Rotarian looks to raise funds via canoe paddle

June 21, 2018 A childhood dream will be realized for one Cape resident over the next three months with a philanthropic twist. Erik Elsea, a Realtor with Jones & Co. more »»

‘Mini Reefs’ come to the Cape

June 21, 2018 A remedy for Southwest Florida waters may have arrived via an artificial reef system developed by Ocean Habitats Inc. more »»

Shell Factory to celebrate shells, 80th birthday

June 21, 2018 To call an event “80 years in the making” is a bit of a stretch, as very few businesses can make that claim. But when it does happen, there certainly is reason to celebrat. more »»

Councilmember Stokes to hold his first Town Hall meeting

June 21, 2018 Councilmember David Stokes will hold his first Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, June 26, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. more »»

Lee County enters Guinness Book of World Records

June 21, 2018 One thousand ninety-three is now the world record to beat. more »»

Update on roundabout provided

June 21, 2018 With a roundabout set to be built at the intersection of Southeast 47th Terrace and Vincennes Boulevard, residents and South Cape business owners had one last chance to see what it will look like... more »»

AMMILVETS to hold grand opening for expansion

June 21, 2018 The American Military Veterans Foundation, or AMMILVETS, is opening a new facility to better serve veterans in need in Southwest Florida. more »»

School district touts positives on state standards assessments

June 21, 2018 Although the Lee County School District reports improvements in many areas of the 2018 Spring Florida Standards Assessment and End of Course exams, percentages of students scoring at a Level 3 or... more »»

'not if...but when': Sheriff’s Office offers active shooter preparedness advice

June 19, 2018 What may be the most pressing topic in the country right now was discussed Saturday as the Lee County Sheriff’s Office presented “A Response to Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Events. more »»

Voters to decide $60 million GO bond for parks

June 19, 2018 Cape Coral voters will decide whether they are willing to pay more in property taxes for parks. more »»



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