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North Fort Myers man dies in crash in Collier County

July 17, 2019 A North Fort Myers man was killed in an afternoon traffic crash Tuesday in Collier County. Anthony Mankus, 77, died in the crash, which occurred at 4:48 p.m. more »»

Shell Factory celebrates 15 years of the Nature Park

July 17, 2019 Years ago, the Shell Factory opened its Nature Park as a way to bring more people to the iconic attraction and to rescue animals that would likely have been destroyed otherwise. more »»

Local Hooters restaurants collecting school supplies

July 17, 2019 Several area Hooters restaurants are collecting school supplies to help local children as they get ready for the new school year. more »»

Quigley Eye Specialists officially breaks ground for new facility in Cape Coral

July 16, 2019 One of the area's largest eye care practices is expanding its presence in Cape Cora. more »»

Woman charged in accident that sent four to hospital

July 15, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department today announced that a driver involved in what police called a road rage-related crash on Hancock Bridge Parkway in April has been arreste. more »»

Two die in two-vehicle crash on U.S. 41

July 15, 2019 An accident involving a motorcycle and a pickup truck Saturday resulted in the death of two Lee County residents. more »»

Crime Stoppers seeks tips in dolphin death

July 12, 2019 Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help generating any leads on the person or persons involved with the stabbing of a bottlenose dolphin off the coast of Upper Captiva. more »»

Cape to get $5.6 million from FEMA

July 11, 2019 For nearly two years, the city of Cape Coral has waited for the federal government to provide reimburse for the cleanup it had to do following Hurricane Irma. more »»

Army Corps concedes Lake O discharge toxicity

July 11, 2019 For the first time ever, the Army Corps of Engineers has publicly stated that it discharged water to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie rivers knowing the water was toxic. more »»

First Pine Island fishery gets leased location

July 11, 2019 An organization hoping to help restore Pine Island Sound is moving forward with the construction of its first planned fishery, thanks to a major donatio. more »»

MangoMania: Pine Island’s Tropical Fruit Fair this weekend

July 11, 2019 It's that time of year again, and it's all about the mango! The 23rd annual Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce MangoMania Tropical Fruit Festival will be held this Saturday and Sunday, July... more »»

Parks & Recreation Fun Day to be held Saturday

July 11, 2019 A free family event will be held Saturday to help celebrate the National Park and Recreation Month with a slew of activities the Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department offers. more »»

Lee District reports bump in school grades

July 11, 2019 The School District of Lee County had 18 schools increase their school grades, including Trafalgar Elementary School which jumped by two. Chief Academic Officer Dr. more »»

CCCIA selling tickets to annual poker fundraiser

July 11, 2019 Looking to raise the stakes and go all-in on a night of fun and prizes? The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association will host their 15th annual Hard Hat Hold'em Poker Tournament Friday, July... more »»

Opioid fallout: New foundation aids children’s caretakers

July 11, 2019 A foundation began a few months ago after a handful of friends began sharing their personal experiences of being affected by the nation's opioid crisi. more »»

Cape Coral Citizen’s Police Academy accepting applications

July 11, 2019 The citizens of Cape Coral have a unique opportunity to learn about the Cape Coral Police Department through a 10-week orientation program, free of charge, in Septembe. more »»

Cape Coral to receive $5.6 million for Hurricane Irma recovery efforts

July 11, 2019 The city of Cape Coral has been awarded a $5.6 million FEMA grant to help offset cleanup costs incurred in the wake of Hurricane Irma. more »»

Cape Coral Police Department set to go green

July 11, 2019 Those black and white police cars you see from the Cape Coral Police Department are soon going to have a green aspect to them. more »»

Roadwork closes segment of Coronado

July 9, 2019 Drivers who use Coronado Parkway to get to the South Cape will need to find another way to get there for the next few weeks. more »»

Safety net: CCPD has big role in city events

July 9, 2019 In a city where there’s always something to do coupled with a skyrocketing population, law enforcement in Cape Coral is proactive when it comes to keeping the public safe when it comes to large... more »»



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