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Night Parade makes a comeback to celebrate city’s founding

March 3, 2017 A weekend event planned in the South Cape will mark the 60th anniversary of the purchase and development of what would one day become the city Cape Coral. more »»

Cape Coral Animal Shelter fundraiser: ‘Shelter House Rock’ to benefit building fund

March 3, 2017 The Wicked Dolphin Rum Distillery is again hosting its Decades Party to benefit the Cape Coral Animal Shelter, the first no-kill shelter in the city. more »»

Cape charter schools gear up for annual rally

March 3, 2017 The classic cars are back. This year there will be trucks, too. more »»

Lifeline fundraiser to feature ‘God’s Not Dead’ actor

March 3, 2017 Lifeline Family Center has set Thursday, March 30, as the date for its 21st annual Benefit Dinner, one of its two primary fundraisers of the year. more »»

Bimini Basin 'Open House' scheduled for Thursday, March 9

March 3, 2017 Redevelopment Management Associates will be hosting an informal “Open House” on Thursday, March 9 for interested parties to view information and ask questions about the Bimini Basin Redevelopment... more »»

Special Pops Snowman Shuffle Fun Walk to add 5K run

March 3, 2017 An annual fundraiser to benefit the city's Special Populations will feature a new twist this year. more »»

Pedestrian injured while attempting to cross street released from hospital

March 3, 2017 A Cape Coral pedestrian has been released from the hospital after being hit by a car. more »»

Congressman Francis Rooney headlines water quality panel discussion

March 1, 2017 A panel of local community members will host a panel with Congressman Francis Rooney this Saturday. more »»

City Council encounters another obstacle in city auditor search

March 1, 2017 Updated:* City Council is dealing with a second obstacle in its attempt to find a new city auditor. The first choice, . more »»

CCPD gets report of fake hostage call; warns of scam

March 1, 2017 The Cape Coral Police Department is warning residents of a new and "particularly reprehensible" phone sca. more »»

Council, Charter School Authority hear financial stability plan

March 1, 2017 City Manager John Szerlag, with the help of Burton & Associates, laid out a three-pronged approach to solving the financial instability of the city's Charter School Authority during a special City... more »»

Faces at the fair

March 1, 2017 The 93rd Southwest Florida Lee County Fair stepped off with a "sneak peek" Thursday, kicked things up a notch Friday with "Moonlight Madness" and then enjoyed strong attendance all weekend as... more »»

Island Coast High’s college fair tonight

March 1, 2017 Island Coast High School will hold a college fair from 6-7:30 p.m. tonight at the school. more »»

Fundraising scavenger hunt set for March 11

March 1, 2017 A citywide scavenger hunt will raise funds for local single mothers and their children. The 1st Annual Seek in the City - Cape Coral will take place Saturday, March 11, from noon to 5 p.m. more »»

Cape woman hospitalized following multi-vehicle crash

March 1, 2017 A Cape Coral woman was sent the hospital over the weekend after a multi-vehicle crash. more »»

Man hurt in crash released from hospital

March 1, 2017 A Cape Coral driver has been released from the hospital after an accident earlier this month. As of Tuesday, Thomas Hierspiel, 81, of 512 S.E. more »»

Cape Coral Youth Council holds first meeting

February 27, 2017 It’s a different feeling when you sit on the dais and overlook the gallery. Not only is there great authority sitting there, but also great responsibility. more »»

Charter officials prepare for budget discussion

February 24, 2017 When the Cape Coral Charter School Authority meets with the city Council on Monday, the hope is that the tone will be civil, and that both sides learn and educate. more »»

Medical marijuana: Moratorium advised for dispensaries

February 24, 2017 Although a rule-making process has effectively created an ad-hoc six-month moratorium on the legal sale of medical marijuana in the state of Florida, the city of Cape Coral has been advised to... more »»

Cape’s official bird gets its due Saturday

February 24, 2017 Marking its 15th year, Cape Coral's Annual Burrowing Owl Festival will take place Saturda. more »»

 
 

 

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