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Race for Rotary: Cape club takes to the speedways to raise awareness, money to end polio

September 4, 2015 Rotary Club of Cape Coral is taking its fundraising effort to the speedways around the state to raise awareness and money to support the organization's End Polio fund. more »»

Governor presents commendation to Storm Smart

September 4, 2015 Three years ago, Storm Smart employed 83 people. Today it employs 147, and in the near future, close to 300. Those numbers get the attention of people like Florida Gov. Rick Scott who, along with L. more »»

Local man battles for access to new ALS drug

September 4, 2015 Updated: In 2007, North Fort Myers resident, Rick Jobus, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, ALS. more »»

‘Rally to Improve Birth’ set for Labor Day

September 4, 2015 A worldwide rally is planned for Labor Day to call attention to a perceived healthcare crisis surrounding maternity care in the United State. more »»

Cape Council discusses city wage benchmarks

September 4, 2015 With the city of Cape Coral offering compensation to non-bargaining employees that is last or next to last, according to a city-led study, the need to recruit and retain quality people has never bee... more »»

Schools forum addresses broad range of issues

September 4, 2015 Teachers and community members attended a forum Wednesday where they had the opportunity to share their concerns. more »»

Ruane suspends efforts in District 1 county commission race

September 2, 2015 Sanibel mayor Kevin Ruane has suspended his campaign in the Lee County Commission race for District . more »»

Manatee 'distress' reported; behavior likely related to mating

September 2, 2015 Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission received a report of a possible manatee in distress in the Norfolk Canal, between Cape Coral Parkway and Bikini Court at about 2 p.m. Wednesday. more »»

CCCIA Contractors Showcase set for Sept. 24

September 2, 2015 The public is invited to attend the first ever Cape Coral Construction Industry Association Contractors Showcase where they can learn about the capabilities and services available from an array of... more »»

Change of venue for Clawson's Cape Coral District meeting

September 2, 2015 Congressman Curt Clawson has changed the location of his Cape Coral District Meeting. Citing an overwhelming response, his office said he will move his Cape Coral District meeting from 5:30 p.. more »»

Cape Coral man arrested on drug charges

September 2, 2015 A months-long investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Cape Coral man on drug charges after a search turned up heroin and drug equipment, officials said. more »»

Council to talk budget, compensation at meetings on Wednesday

September 1, 2015 The Cape Coral City Council has a twinbill set for Wednesday starting at 4:30 p.m. at City Hall in council chambers. more »»

Council backs community garden project

September 1, 2015 After rejecting previous efforts over the years, Cape Coral City Council approved its first community garden pilot program at Monday's meeting thanks to the cooperation between the city Parks &... more »»

Crime numbers down around county

September 1, 2015 Crime in Cape Coral — both violent and non-violent offenses — was down for the first half of this year compared to the first six months of 2014. more »»

Council to talk budget, compensation at meetings

September 1, 2015 The Cape Coral City Council has a twinbill set for Wednesday starting at 4:30 p.m. at City Hall in council chambers. more »»

Lee County Elections Office conducting ‘Register to Vote at Work’ program

September 1, 2015 Local businesses can make it easy for their employees to find the time to register to vote with a program recently reinstated by the Lee County Elections Office. more »»

Streetscaping plan draws many to CRA meeting

September 1, 2015 While many of the stakeholders in the CRA district think that streetscaping  is a great way to improve the look of the area, the plan to make it happen through revolving loans might not be the best... more »»

One zoning change approved, two others rejected

September 1, 2015 City Council was asked to consider three land use or zoning changes to ordinances at Monday night's meeting in City Hall. more »»

North High student nets Foundation, AT&T scholarship

September 1, 2015 David Luciemable, a senior at North Fort Myers High School, earned his first scholarship this past week. You can bet it won’t be his las. more »»

Course offers career in a medical office

September 1, 2015 For years, The Lee County Department of Human Services’ award-winning L.E.E. Medical Office Skills Program has lifted hundreds of people out of poverty and into well-paying careers. more »»



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