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The perfect storm

November 10, 2012 Lee County Supervisor of Elections Sharon Harrington apologized Wednesday for Tuesday’s polling debacle. That is to be commende. more »»

Romney is the right choice

November 2, 2012 Before casting your vote in the election for president, ask yourself two questions: First, is the United States better off today than four years ago? Even more important, will you be better off four... more »»

Cold feet bear a heavy cost

October 20, 2012 On Monday, Cape Coral City Council is scheduled to discuss whether to spend up to $7. more »»

Start the clock ticking

October 13, 2012 A federal permit that allowed the city of Cape Coral to issue permits for building on Cape waterways expired Friday after a regulatory agency refused to extend the five-year order as expected. more »»

Still time to register

October 6, 2012 Residents not yet registered but planning to vote in the Nov. 6 General Election should make note — registration books for this election close Tuesday. more »»

Consider the options

September 29, 2012 A bereaved family is asking the city of Cape Coral to help prevent another family from suffering their devastating heartache. more »»

One would hope

September 22, 2012 The city of Cape Coral launched a new round of “brand” marketing this week as it entered a public-private partnership with Lamar Advertising. more »»

Little to protest

September 15, 2012 On Thursday, the city of Cape Coral will hold its final budget hearing for the new fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1. The operating budget under consideration totals $459,821,080, 4. more »»

Shelter in crisis

September 8, 2012 For the second time since May, Lee County Domestic Animal Services is in crisi. more »»

A day to remember the working man

September 1, 2012 The U.S. Department of Labor sums up the observance of Labor Day succinctly. more »»

Offiicals urge: Be prepared

August 25, 2012 As state officials prepare well ahead of Tropical Storm Isaac so should we, too. more »»

Money better spent on solutions

August 18, 2012 Lee County’s decision to allocate $150,000 for additional water quality monitoring and a whopping $350,000 in case officials there see the need for lawsuit has some Cape Coral officials steaming. more »»

Two more chances to cast a ballot

August 11, 2012 Early voting for the Primary Election ends today at the five elections offices throughout Lee County. In the Cape, the Cape Coral Branch Office is at 1031 S.E. more »»

Be aware, take care: Schools open today

August 8, 2012 Public schools open across Lee County today. An estimated 86,000 students, ranging from kindergarten through high school, will return to the classroom as the new school year gets underway. more »»

Early voting opens today

August 4, 2012 Winnowed down to eight days but including its first Sunday, early voting for the Primary Election begins today and runs through Saturday, Aug. 11, at the five elections offices throughout Lee Count. more »»

Some clarification

July 28, 2012 Opponents of the swim center project proposed in 2010 are saying I told you so. As well they migh. more »»

Room to maneuver

July 21, 2012 In advance of setting the “not-to-exceed” tax rate as required by law, Cape Coral City Council is scheduled to hear a staff presentation on the millage on Monda. more »»

Doing more with less

July 14, 2012 July has been a good-news month so far for Cape Coral resident. more »»

Second to none

July 7, 2012 Even taxpayers who wince at the city of Cape Coral’s near-maximum tax rate complain little about services provided by a pair of municipal departments — public safety and parks and recreation. more »»

Thank you!

July 7, 2012 Organizers say this year’s Fourth of July street party, Red, White & Boom, was bigger and better with more vendors, more festival goers and more fireworks. We know it was a great tim. more »»



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