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Editorial: Anniversary countdown commences

January 17, 2020 Although Cape Coral’s start as a community dates back to the late ’50s, 2020 marks a very important milestone for the Cape. more »»

 
 
 
The Cape: Fairs, festivals and so much more

January 10, 2020 What better way to kick off the new year than with a Cape tradition -- or two or three? The Rotary Club of Cape Coral will again jumpstart the Cape’s yearly major events schedule with its popular... more »»

Facts first: Always the best way to go

January 3, 2020 A new year. A new decad. more »»

Look again at north Four-Mile Cove site

December 27, 2019 Cape Coral has a lot of things going for it. Remaining parcels of untouched, environmentally sensitive lands is not among them. more »»

A life-saving partnership

December 20, 2019 Tucked among the “consent” items on this week’s Lee County Board of County Commissioners agenda was an item with a whole lot of impact for the residents of Cape Coral. more »»

The fiscal impact of admin bucks

December 13, 2019 For the Cape Coral Police Department, Monday likely was a very good day. First, Cape Coral City Council finally approved the much- debated noise ordinance the department had sought -- and then so. more »»

Be careful what you ask for

December 6, 2019 Cape Coral City Council on Monday will again consider bringing six lots the municipality owns in Matlacha into the city limits. The annexation do-over for the 5. more »»

Season of giving

November 27, 2019 Despite the popularity of online purchasing, despite the fact that -- no surprise -- nearly 40 percent of consumers no longer wait for Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales, today still remains the... more »»

Much to be grateful for

November 21, 2019 Who doesn’t love Thanksgiving? Family, friends and food -- slow-roasted turkey, heaping bowls of stuffing and oh, my, pumpkin pie! -- Thanksgiving is an American holiday and American fairy tale, all... more »»

Public records solar eclipse

November 15, 2019 If you’re looking to check the employment history or educational background of your child’s teacher and think a public records request might shed some light, you might want to strap on some... more »»

Veterans need more than a ‘thank you for your service

November 7, 2019 Cape Coral will mark Veterans Day this year with a parade along Cape Coral Parkway, a luncheon at the Military Museum & Library, and a nighttime run over the Midpoint Bridge. more »»

FEMA ‘revenue’

November 1, 2019 Cape Coral City Council and taxpayers got a look Monday at possible projects that could be paid for with funds received or expected from FEMA to reimburse the city for cleanup costs related to... more »»

Interesting times ahead

October 25, 2019 Congressman Francis Rooney surprised a lot of people this week when he announced that he will retire at the end of his second term, thus opening the District 19 House seat for a new rep to be electe... more »»

Ah, Oktoberfest!

October 17, 2019 There’s no crispness in the air. No tinge of yellow, orange or red dappling the trees. But the signs of autumn — Southwest Florida style — will be readily apparent this weekend: Crisp potato pancakes. more »»

Hold steady II

October 4, 2019 The city of Cape Coral is ready to embark on its next round of public workshops officials hope will help hone the designs for the community parks component of its $60 million parks master plan. more »»

Fill District 5 seat, but prioritize voters

September 27, 2019 With now former council member Dave Stokes’s unexpected resignation in hand, Cape Coral City Council must act to fill the District 5 vacancy. more »»

On the water front

September 20, 2019 Not all of the news was new but all of the news was good last week when Gov. more »»

Hold steady

September 13, 2019 With a study in hand that showed the city had fallen far below its own standards for recreational facilities per capita, the city of Cape Coral sold an ambitious $60 million parks master plan to... more »»

Hurricane relief: Give, but give wisely

September 6, 2019 As a weakened but still powerful Hurricane Dorian blows by the coasts of the Carolinas as a Category 2 storm, those on the Abaco and Grand Bahama islands are dealing with a rising death toll and... more »»

Be prepared

August 29, 2019 An increasingly strong Hurricane Dorian was headed towards Florida at press time Thursday after whipping the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico with high winds and rain Wednesday. more »»

20/20 produces tangible results

August 23, 2019 Taxpayers who support Lee County’s 20/20 Conservation program — and that, literally, is most of us— are seeing some substantial bang for our buck again this year. more »»

 
 
 

 

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