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Our endorsements for the General Election

October 19, 2017 Although the General Election is still more than two weeks away, Cape Coral voters are in the process of deciding who will fill five of eight Cape Coral City Council seats up for grabs Nov. 7. more »»

Do your homework; then cast your ballot

October 12, 2017 On Wednesday, the Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office mailed approximately 25,497 vote-by-mail ballots in advance of the City of Cape Coral General Election. more »»

‘Act of pure evil’

October 5, 2017 An “act of pure evil” gripped the American consciousness with blood-stained fingers Sunday night. more »»

Kudos to Lee County

September 28, 2017 County commissioners and conservationists alike are applauding the elected board’s unanimous vote last week to add nearly 4,000 acres of wetlands to Lee County’s voter-endorsed Conservation 20/20... more »»

Be ready: Early voting resumes, primary Oct. 3

September 21, 2017 Among the shuffling and shifting of events that has followed in the wake of Hurricane Irma is a rescheduling of both early voting and the date of the Cape Coral City Council Primary Election. more »»

Post-Irma: Neighbor helping neighbor

September 15, 2017 Irma’s impact on our community was less than expected — thank God — but Cape Coral did not escape unscathed. more »»

Storm watch

September 7, 2017 While the latest path projections for Hurricane Irma are better for Southwest Florida, it would be a mistake to be complacent. more »»

Helping Houston weather the storm

September 1, 2017 The most recent updates from the Associated Press are grim: The death toll is climbing as public safety officials continue to find the bodies of those lost in the flooding wrought by Hurricane Harvey. more »»

Choose wisely

August 18, 2017 Nestled in the heart of one of the Cape’s oldest neighborhoods lies a piece of history — 175 acres that once were home to not only the city’s first golf course but one of its first community... more »»

Check the rhetoric

August 11, 2017 The Breeze is not planning to endorse or make candidate recommendations in the Cape Coral City Council primary election. more »»

A new school year

August 3, 2017 An estimated 95,000 students across Lee County will head back to school next Thursday as the new academic year begins. more »»

We of little faith

July 28, 2017 Nearly two months after the city of Cape Coral announced that “in the spirit of co-operation,” it was dropping its complaint with the Florida Public Services Commission so as to re-open franchise... more »»

Thank you, Mr. Cape Coral

July 20, 2017 Communities approaching the 60-year mark suffer the same bittersweet reality as do its residents hitting the same milestone: We look back at how far we have come but, to our sadness, we find... more »»

Meet the candidates

July 14, 2017 The Breeze is committed to providing abundant election coverage. To that end, we begin with an introduction of the candidates and ask why they are running and we move rapidly into issue-related Q&A. more »»

Cape ballot firms up today with qualifying deadline

July 6, 2017 With 18 announced candidates and all but one already qualified, there is no shortage of contenders for the five seats to appear on the municipal ballot for Cape Coral City Council this yea. more »»

Hometown Fourth: Red White & Boom

June 30, 2017 Cape Coral’s annual Independence Day bash, Red, White & Boom, is ready to light up the sky Tuesday. more »»

Summer turns up the heat on those in need

June 23, 2017 The beaches are less crowded, the bays perfect for boating and Sun Splash is open in the Cape. Summertime is a wonderful time in Southwest Florida — for most of us. more »»

Rainy season brings mosquitos

June 16, 2017 Rainy season has begun — thank goodness. We welcome the rain, much needed in the wake of the winter drough. more »»

No cause to celebrate

June 9, 2017 The city of Cape Coral, “in the spirit of co-operation,” has dropped its Florida Public Service Commission complaint and will again begin franchise negotiations with LCEC. more »»

A lesson to be learned

June 2, 2017 Florida’s $82.4 billion budget finally landed on Gov. Rick Scott’s desk Wednesday. more »»



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