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Need is there, how to fund it is the issue

April 26, 2013 Cape Coral City Council will consider the first phase of a tax increment program on Monday. more »»

‘Everyone of us stands with you’

April 19, 2013 We, as a country, again mourn, this time in the wake of the bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon that left three dead and more than 170 wounded. more »»

Give the gift of life

April 13, 2013 The Easter holiday marks the end of “season” in Southwest Florida. more »»

Too many unknowns

April 6, 2013 Cape Coral City Council on Monday will consider a proposal to require the installation of fire suppression systems — sprinklers — in new single family homes and duplexes built in the cit. more »»

FGCU Eagles soar

March 30, 2013 Friday’s Eagles-Gators game was not over at press time, but no matter: Whether they chalked up a win or lost, the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles men’s basketball team is to be congratulated. more »»

Help ‘Fill the Boot’

March 23, 2013 Cape Coral firefighters hit the streets Friday, hoping to raise at least $35,000 over the weekend for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. more »»

Knowledge is power

March 15, 2013 “Knowledge will forever govern ignorance, and a people who mean to be their own governors, must arm themselves with the power knowledge gives. more »»

Buying time

March 9, 2013 Cape Coral City Council bought some time Monday, opting to spend up to $200,000 to repair the aging Chiquita Lock, contingent on whether the state will allow the city to tap into a trust fund... more »»

Sawfish permitting resolution welcome

March 2, 2013 Nearly five months after an intergovernmental wrangle caused a federal permit allowing the city of Cape Coral to issue permits for building on Cape waterways to expire, the city can again issue thos... more »»

Parental love knows no bounds

February 16, 2013 The parents of an officer who died in the line of duty in 2008 while attempting to prevent an accident continue to see that their son’s commitment to public safety lives o. more »»

Implement impact fee moratorium

February 9, 2013 On Tuesday, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners is expected to consider a proposal that would implement a moratorium on most impact fees for up to two years. more »»

A welcome opportunity

February 2, 2013 U.S. Rep. Trey Radel, R-19th District, kicked off a round of public meet-greet-and-discuss sessions Tuesday with an open house at his Cape Coral Office on Nicholas Parkway. more »»

Hope springs eternal

January 26, 2013 Cape Coral City Council is gearing up for a planned joint meeting with the Lee County Board of County Commissioners. City officials say they have a lot to talk abou. more »»

Count us among the smitten

January 19, 2013 The Southwest Florida “Eagle Cam” has received more than 5 million views, with people from more than 150 countries logging on to watch a parent pair of eagles and their two nestlings, a press releas... more »»

Rotary kicks off Cape’s round of major festivals

January 12, 2013 The Rotary Club of Cape Coral will again kick off the city’s major events schedule with Festival of the Arts this weekend. The two-day event will be held along Cape Coral Parkway from 10 a.m. to 5 p. more »»

Ounce of prevention is worth a pound of...

January 5, 2013 Fever. Chills. Fatigue. Muscle aches and more. Flu season is here with a vengeance with triple the number of confirmed cases. more »»

New Year’s Resolutions

December 29, 2012 After a half dozen years fraught with bad economic news and more than a little local controversy, 2012 may well be remembered as the year Cape residents saw some light at the end of the tunnel. more »»

Merry Christmas

December 22, 2012 And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syri. more »»

Worth the wait

December 15, 2012 After years of hope, talking, planning and construction, the new Veterans Administration Healthcare Center is set to open in Cape Coral on Dec. 17. It is a project worthy of the wait. more »»

Easement acquisition not the proper approach

December 8, 2012 The city of Cape Coral has begun the process of acquiring property that will be needed to accommodate infrastructure for the utility expansion project pending in the neighborhoods dubbed Southwest 6... more »»

 
 

 

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