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Save taxpayer dollars by recycling smart

July 11, 2018 Lee County ranks third in the state with a 74 percent recycling rate, according to data recently released by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, putting the county on track to meet... more »»

Organizers of the Lee County Spirit of ’45-WWII Veterans tribute seeks sponsors

July 11, 2018 Organizers of the Lee County Spirit of ’45-WWII Veterans tribute are seeking sponsors to help fund the dinner now in its eighth yea. more »»

School supply drives under way

July 11, 2018 School supply drives include: — Foundation for Lee County Public Schools The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools Inc. more »»

Traffic Advisory: Updated detour route for closure of S.E. 9th Place & S.E .47th Terrace intersection

July 10, 2018 The City of Cape Coral’s construction manager, Chris-Tel Construction, has implemented a new traffic detour pattern to perform underground utility work at the intersection of Southeast 47th Terrace... more »»

Jackpot race

July 10, 2018 It was the first Friday of the month, and dozens of barrel racers were at the Lee County Posse Arena getting ready for the monthly jackpot race. more »»

Lake O dike gets $514 million in federal funding

July 10, 2018 Fixing the water quality issues surrounding Lake Okeechobee is a decade-long process with many different parts and projects. more »»

Harry Chapin Food Bank helps its partner agencies obtain more food

July 10, 2018 As of July 1, the Harry Chapin Food Bank has eliminated its shared maintenance fees for its partner agencies, which includes the Cape Coral Caring Cente. more »»

Lee County Parks & Recreation offering free parking and swimming July 28-29

July 10, 2018 In recognition of National Park & Recreation Month, Lee County Parks & Recreation will offer free pool admission and free parking Saturday, July 28, and Sunday, July 29. more »»

Matlacha Fishing Pier closed due to unsafe conditions

July 10, 2018 The Matlacha Fishing Pier located at Matlacha Park, 4577 Pine Island Road, Matlacha, has been closed until further notice due to unsafe conditions. more »»

Gov. Scott declares state of emergency due to algal blooms

July 9, 2018 Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for Lee County Monday after taking a tour of the Caloosahatchee River and seeing for himself how algal blooms have impacted water quality. more »»

Agualinda Boulevard to close temporarily Thursday

July 9, 2018 Agualinda Boulevard will be closed between Southwest 32nd Street and Southwest 36th Terrace beginning Thursday, July 12, for about 48 hours, according to an announcement from the city of Cape Coral. more »»

Free 'Parks & Recreation Fun Day' event at William Austen Youth Center Saturday

July 9, 2018 July is “National Park and Recreation Month,” and the Cape Coral Parks $ Recreation Department is hosting a free family event on Saturday to celebrat. more »»

Lee legislators call for state of emergency

July 7, 2018 Editor's Note:This is a developing story. More information will be added as it becomes available. * * * The Lee County Legislative Delegation has asked Gov. more »»

Lee Legislative Delegation asks governor to declare state of emergency

July 6, 2018 The Lee County Legislative Delegation has asked Gov. Rick Scott to declare a state of emergency in Lee County "in response to the blue-green algae blooms in the Caloosahatchee River and Estuar. more »»

One Yacht Club boat ramp to close temporarily July 10

July 6, 2018 The east boat ramp at The Yacht Club will be closed Tuesday, July 10, through Wednesday, July 11, to remove sand that has accumulated on the ramp. The ramp is expected to reopen Thursday, July 12. more »»

Algal bloom prompts riverfront park advisories

July 5, 2018 Algal blooms are continuing to put a damper on swimming and fishing conditions along the Caloosahatchee River, prompting the city of Cape Coral to post temporary advisory signs at Rosen Park, Four... more »»

Property valuations up again in Cape Coral

July 5, 2018 On July 1, when the Lee County preliminary tax rolls come out, there has generally been a slight increase from the estimated ones that come out the month before. more »»

Rain doesn’t damper BOOM

July 5, 2018 Despite some weather, this year’s Red, White & BOOM! turned out to be a win: The feature musical act performed and the fireworks went off as planned. At around 7:30 p.m. more »»

City celebrates National Parks and Recreation Month

July 5, 2018 Summer in Cape Coral is in full swing. The warm weather is here to stay and the kids are out of school, looking for something to do over the next few months. more »»

 
 
 

 

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