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City staff, design consultant looking for ways to reduce streetscape project costs in CRA

August 16, 2017 While Community Redevelop-ment Agency commissioners recommended that the Southeast 47th Terrace streetscape project continue as planned despite significant cost increases, city staff and design... more »»

Lee County residents gather in solidarity with Charlottesville

August 16, 2017 Sanibel Island resident Richard Hilliard is concerned about the unrest he sees in his country. more »»

New rules regarding burrowing owls

August 16, 2017 New protection rules for burrowing owls could create big problems for city builders who want to do anything from building houses to installing pools. more »»

Grand opening for Republican Museum of Southwest Florida set for Tuesday

August 16, 2017 Only the second Republican museum in the United States is set to open in the local area. The Republican Museum of Southwest Florida will hold its grand opening Tuesday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. more »»

Cape man sentenced to 10 years in prison for home invasion robbery

August 16, 2017 A Cape Coral man has been sentenced to prison in connection to a home invasion robbery. more »»

Pine Island’s Heitz loans Mars meteorite to Calusa Nature Center

August 16, 2017 Pine Island resident and meteor hunter Tim Heitz has loaned a meteorite from his extensive collection to the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium in Fort Myers. more »»

Applications for District 5 City Council seat now being accepted

August 16, 2017 Applications to fill the District 5 City Council seat are being accepted in the Cape Coral City Clerk's Offic. more »»

Cape Coral honored for future-focused water resources initiatives

August 14, 2017 The city of Cape Coral Utilities Department received a “Utility of the Future Today” award for the department’s future-focused initiatives. more »»

Breeze Question of the Week The city and LCEC have been unable to reach an accord. What is your position on the matter including any recommended action(s)?

August 11, 2017 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»

Ballots begin to go out for municipal primary

August 10, 2017 Voters who prefer to participate in elections through the mail-in ballot method continues to grow across the region. more »»

Homicide victim had troubled youth

August 10, 2017 On July 10, 2010, two masked men forced their way into the Cape Coral home of Eric Leigh Stuebinger at gunpoint, while his 1-year-old son and the child's mother were present. more »»

Lee students return to the classroom

August 10, 2017 The buses were out in full force Thursday as more than 95,000 students throughout Lee County returned to class for the first day of the new school year. more »»

JessLee to shoot video at The Dixie

August 10, 2017 Florida home-grown country/rock star and independent artist JessLee wants to stick to her roots and give the folks of Cape Coral a chance to show their musical pride by coming down to the Dixie... more »»

Assessment team to evaluate CCPD practices

August 10, 2017 The community has an opportunity next week to offer its input on how the Cape Coral Police Department is doing when a team of independent assessors visit. more »»

School's are open - watch for children

August 10, 2017 School open today across Lee County and drivers are urged to watch for children. more »»

Tickets still remaining for Celebrity Chef Night fund raiser

August 10, 2017 Get ready to taste some of the best food you’ve ever eaten from the area’s finest chefs, all for a good cause The 14th annual Rumrunners’ Celebrity Chef Night is set for Wednesday, from 6 to 9 p.m. more »»

South Cape rocks the painting party

August 10, 2017 At a time where people seem to be constantly bickering back and forth, there’s an event happening in the South Cape that shows we can still love and understand each other. more »»

Charter school funding tops budget talks

August 10, 2017 With a constitutional challenge putting additional revenue in limbo, funding for the city of Cape Coral’s charter school system drew much of the discussion at Thursday’s budget workshop. more »»

Huge garage, yard and storewide sale to benefit ACT

August 10, 2017 Abuse Counseling and Treatment Inc. will hold a huge garage, yard and storewide sale Saturday, Aug. 12, at its Second ACT Thrift Store, at 12519 S. Cleveland Ave., Fort Myers. more »»

Celebrate Cape Coral's 60th anniversary Oct. 28

August 10, 2017 The public is invited to come celebrate Cape Coral's 60th anniversary at Cultural Park Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 28. more »»



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