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Down, but not out

July 10, 2015 Despite a deeply disappointing legislative session, local environmentalists have not given up their quest for improved water quality. more »»

Hometown Fourth!

July 3, 2015 For the second year running, the city of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department has geared up to present the community’s annual Independence Day bash, Red White & Boom! As the event did under th... more »»

Amendment 1 appropriations: Bill of goods

June 26, 2015 And so it begins. more »»

Deadline approaching for council candidates

June 19, 2015 As more candidates announce their bid for the White House, the presidential race of 2016 is getting plenty of attentio. more »»

Ballot clutter

June 12, 2015 Updated: As approved for the ballot by the Cape Coral City Council, the amount of proposed council compensation has been revised upward to $32,600 for council members and $36,600 for the mayor, plus... more »»

Finish the job

June 5, 2015 How can you tell a politician is lying? His lips are moving. It’s a wry joke, usually guaranteed to bring a chuckle. But this time, few among the 4. more »»

Best wishes to the Class of 2015

May 29, 2015 Seniors within the Lee County public school system will mark the culmination of their high school careers this weekend with graduation ceremonies. more »»

Lest we forget

May 22, 2015 As Memorial Day weekend begins, let us not forget the men and women the holiday is intended to honor. It’s the day America pauses and remembers the fallen, those who have died in service to country. more »»

Lease negotiation a good move forward

May 15, 2015 The Gulf Coast Humane Society’s plans to build a shelter in Cape Coral moved a big step forward this week when City Council authorized staff to begin negotiations with the non-profit for lease of... more »»

Now it’s up to council

May 8, 2015 The city of Cape Coral has prevailed in its defense of a controversial new tax implemented as part of a revenue “diversification” pla. more »»

Congratulations...and many thanks!

May 1, 2015 The Breeze is happy to have had a role again this week in a pair of outstanding community-sponsored education recognition programs. more »»

Demand water quality

April 24, 2015 Voters have spoken. Amendment 1 —allowing funds to be added to the Land Acquisition Trust Fund to acquire lands, restore them and manage improvements— received 75 percent approval last November. more »»

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 »»



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