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Planting hope

January 17, 2013 This is the time of year I proclaim and encourage everyone to plant trees. Our state Legislature designated Florida’s Arbor Day as the third Friday in January, falling on Jan. 18 this year. more »»


January 4, 2013 Another day, and welcome to a brand New Year. Now is the time we take to re-evaluate our lives. Originally, the Roman calendar only had 10 months, 304 days. more »»

Postal prices slated to change Jan. 27

January 4, 2013 Special to The Breeze Beginning Jan. 27, the cost of a one-ounce, First-Class postage stamp will increase by one penny, to 46 cents. more »»

Start growing a better life garden

December 24, 2012 The holidays always remind me that I need to be tending to several things right now besides my usual gardening. more »»

Tax reform is a hot issue

December 24, 2012 Question: There are so many reasons to own real estate but one of the most important advantages to me is the tax deduction I get for the interest on my mortgage. more »»

New year at Cape Coral Library starts with fantasy, royalty and therapy

December 24, 2012 Fantasy fiction, logotherapy and a royal obsession are just three of the offerings the Cape Coral Library has scheduled for the month of January. more »»

‘O Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum’

December 15, 2012 I received from the big brown UPS truck and its little ol’ driver so lively and quick, a live Christmas tree last weekend, sent by my oldest granddaughter, a nurse in Sarasota’s hospital, where,... more »»

What records and documents do I need to keep?

December 15, 2012 Question: I’m the sort of person who doesn’t remove mattress tags that have “penalty of law” warnings. more »»

Our trending market

December 15, 2012 The big question most home buyers have today is “where is the market now?” That is a multi-layered question as like a diamond, the market has many facets. One facet is this year vs. last year. more »»

Poinsettia is our traditional holiday plant

November 30, 2012 Well, I consider it our traditional holiday plant. It has been growing in the states since 1825 when botanist D. more »»

Sister not happy with will and plans to contest it

November 30, 2012 Question: My husband and his sister have been sharing the costs of their mother’s nursing home for four years. more »»

What you need to know about the Americans with Disabilities Act

October 26, 2012 Question: I’m about to purchase a building so my wife can finally open the craft store she has always dreamed about. more »»

Authors! Authors! at the Cape Coral Library in November

October 26, 2012 By “Bridge to Oblivion.” Local author Henry Hoffman. The Tampa Bay Sunshine Skyway Bridge collapse of 1980. Writers. Topics. Conversation. more »»

It may not be cooler yet, but dry season is here

October 26, 2012 The days may not seem all that cool just yet but the dry season is definitely here. I have already noticed potted plants becoming dry and needing to have more watering from m. more »»

Board member confused about units held in trust

October 15, 2012 Question: I am a new member of our condo board. I think I understand most of the issues we face but I’m completely confused about units that are held in trust. more »»

Military Notes

October 15, 2012 Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Karl T. Kile Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Karl T. Kile has retired from the U.S. Air Force. more »»

Thomans Jefferson’s legacy — ‘America’s First Foodie’

October 15, 2012 By JOYCE COMINGORE Special to The Breeze In the latest Florida Gardening magazine, October/November edition, Associate Professor of Biology at USF Frederick Essig wrote about the Solanaceae family o... more »»

Florida-friendly lawn may not violate association regulations

September 8, 2012 Question: I am on the Beautification Committee of our Homeowners Association. We take pride in our neighborhood but one of our homeowners who calls herself a master gardener refuses to have a St. more »»

A seasonal predicament — it’s hot, humid and wet

September 7, 2012 The most conscientious gardeners are now concerned about all the wet soils and lawns they have to contend with. This is the usual mix of seasonal predicaments they face every year. more »»

Can owners make rules they want?

August 24, 2012 Question: Our condominium association went through the transition of control to the owners more than 17 years ago. The rules have not changed since and many have not been enforced in recent years. more »»



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