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Habitat volunteer extraordinaire

April 17, 2015 One of Cape Coral’s quiet heroes received some well-deserved national recognition Thursday morning. more »»

 
 
 
‘Kitten season’: Be part of the solution

April 10, 2015 Lee County Animal Services is already gearing up for a time of the year that stresses staffers and animal lovers alike — “kitten season. more »»

Season of hope

April 3, 2015 The signs of spring have been subtle again this year. more »»

On the mend

March 27, 2015 The U.S. Census Bureau issued a release Thursday announcing the fastest-growing “metros” in the country. Cape Coral-Fort Myers came in at N. more »»

Thank you

March 20, 2015 The handful of phone calls early Wednesday morning were of the type that every newsroom receives with dread: Do you know there’s a school bus on fire down near Vincennes? Details provided by the... more »»

Let the sunshine in

March 13, 2015 “A popular government without popular information, or means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy, or perhaps bot. more »»

Wise decision

March 6, 2015 This week, Cape Coral City Council tabled a proposal to continue the city’s efforts to “make up” for a lack of employee raises during the bust years. more »»

Editorial: Don’t raise impact fees

February 27, 2015 On Tuesday, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners is set to re-discuss fees assessed to new construction projects in the unincorporated areas of the county. more »»

In memory

February 20, 2015 We shall defend this island with all our strength to the end. We shall take bombs and throw ourselves under the tanks to destroy them. We shall infiltrate the enemy’s lines and exterminate them. more »»

No other option

February 12, 2015 Count us among those weary of war, tired of conflict, torn by an American military death count that has hit 6,839 in the War on Terror, mostly young service personnel 18 to 24. more »»

Early voting fosters the right to vote

February 6, 2015 Cape Coral City Council will consider Monday a proposal to spend approximately $12,000 this year to give voters the option of “early voting” in the city council primary and general elections. more »»

The issue is less can we; it’s should we?

January 23, 2015 With the city’s franchise agreement with LCEC up in 2016, Cape Coral City Council is exploring the idea of becoming the community’s electric services provider. more »»

Hometown spirit

January 16, 2015 The Rotary Club of Cape Coral again kicked off the city’s yearly major events schedule this past weekend with Festival of the Arts. more »»

Bang for the buck

January 9, 2015 There has been a great deal of debate about the city of Cape Coral’s relatively new fire services “assessment. more »»

New Year’s resolution: Fiscal responsibility

January 2, 2015 2014 was a good year for Cape Coral residents hoping for economic stability. Property values continued to climb; they were up 8.63 percent overall in the Cape. more »»

Rest in peace

December 24, 2014 For the wife and children of NYPD?Police Officer Rafael Ramos, Christmas held no joy this year. Nor has the holiday season been joyous for the widowed bride of Officer Wen Jian Liu. more »»

Message of hope

December 18, 2014 And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria. more »»

School Board action appropriate

December 12, 2014 On Monday, the School District of Lee County received notice from the Florida Department of Education, Office of Inspector General, notifying the district that it had received a complaint alleging... more »»

Let the holiday season begin!

December 4, 2014 The holiday season officially kicks off in Cape Coral Saturday night with the annual Festival of Lights — touted by organizers as the “largest holiday celebration between Tampa and Miami. more »»

Lots of options

November 27, 2014 Judging from the numerous and bulky sales fliers, “Black Friday” got an even earlier start this year with a plethora of Thanksgiving Day specials, door busters and one-day sales. more »»

Give the city manager a raise

November 21, 2014 Cape Coral City Council on Monday extended City Manager John Szerlag’s employment contract by a year. more »»

 
 
 

 

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Editorials Poll

  1. Yes, it’s only for seven days and other states do.
  2. No, the black bear the population is still too low.
  3. I don’t believe in hunting “seasons,” period.
  4. I don’t care either way.
  5. Other.