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Rotary’s community garden progressing nicely

August 3, 2017 Thirty years ago, the Rotary Club of Cape Coral started a project that it hoped would benefit the citizens while getting the organizations name out. more »»

Mayoral candidate’s charter school donation questioned

August 3, 2017 A couple hundred cups of coffee has raised an ethical dilemma for the Cape Coral Municipal Charter School System. more »»

Utility expansion assessments approved

August 3, 2017 City Council members unanimously approved all five resolutions and one ordinance associated with authorizing the North 2 Utilities Extension Project to begin later this month at a special meeting... more »»

Tax rate cap set

August 3, 2017 Continuation of a discussion to set the city's not-to-exceed millage rate the same as last year's final rate was minimal at Wednesday's special City Council meeting in City Hall. more »»

‘Tax-free’ holiday begins today

August 3, 2017 Starting today shoppers can keep a little extra cash in their pockets with the tax-free holiday. The Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday kicked off at midnight and will run up through midnight on Sunday. more »»

Back to School: Open houses come ahead of new academic year

August 3, 2017 On Thursday, more than 95,000 students from the 114 Lee County schools will arrive at the schoolhouse gates for another school year. more »»

New school year safety tips to keep in mind

August 3, 2017 As students prepare to head back to school, motorists and parents should keep in mind some basic safety tips to help ensure a great start to the new school year for everyone. more »»

Children’s Network to open office in Cape Coral

August 3, 2017 The more than 350 children in Cape Coral in need of foster care, safety from abusive parents and other things will soon be served from a location within the city. more »»

City bids farewell to long-time parks employee

August 3, 2017 Susan Edward served in the City of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department since the city was in its infancy. more »»

FMPD: repairs from accident on Colonial Boulevard expected to take hours

August 2, 2017 The Fort Myers Police Department is currently resetting traffic lights to divert traffic from the area of an accident this morning on Colonial Boulevard in front of Royal Palm Square. more »»

FMPD: Midpoint Bridge to reopen

August 2, 2017 According to the Fort Myers Police Department, the power lines knocked down this morning on Colonial Boulevard during a traffic crash in front of Royal Palm Square have been repaired and the... more »»

Bus/motorcycle crash closes U.S. 41

August 2, 2017 The Florida Highway Patrol has reported that troopers are currently investigating a Lee Tran Bus versus motorcycle traffic fatality on U.S. 41 near Constitution Boulevard in Lee County. more »»

Passersby catch, hold, man accused of purse snatching

August 2, 2017 Some Good Samaritans helped Cape Coral officers nab an alleged purse-snatcher Tuesday night. Two witnesses caught and held Marshall . more »»

Midpoint Bridge closed due to accident in Fort Myers

August 2, 2017 Due to a traffic accident in Fort Myers, FMPD and additional emergency response vehicles have closed the Midpoint Memorial Bridge to all traffic due to downed power lines across all lanes of Colonia... more »»

Congressman Rooney remains confident for Everglades funding

August 1, 2017 Southwest Florida got the first wave of Tropical Storm Emily Monday morning, but it was the perfect opportunity for Congressman Francis Rooney to show off a nearly-complete Everglades restoration... more »»

Overall crime rate declines in Cape

August 1, 2017 The city of Cape Coral saw a slight decrease in its overall crime from 2015 to last year. Last week, the Cape Coral Police Department released its Annual Uniform Crime Report for 2016. more »»

Arrest made in January death of child

August 1, 2017 Earlier Tuesday, Cape Coral Police detectives, with the assistance of the U.S. Marshal's Task Force, made an arrest in a homicide from January of this year. On Ja. more »»

City Council to continue discussion on not-to-exceed millage rate

August 1, 2017 A City Council vote to set the not-to-exceed millage rate was continued until Wednesday's special council meeting scheduled to finalize the city's assessments for the North 2 Utilities Extension... more »»

Council OKs agreement with company to construct water pipeline

August 1, 2017 Without an open discussion during Monday's meeting, City Council approved an agreement with Tetra Tech to construct the necessary pipeline to deliver additional reusable water for irrigation purpose... more »»

Global Big Latch On activities this week

August 1, 2017 Local mothers are invited to help raise awareness of the health benefits of breastfeeding. more »»

 
 

 

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