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Southwest Florida Eagle Cam begins sixth season

October 5, 2017 The Southwest Florida Eagle Cam began its live streams Sunday, opening the sixth season with three high definition cameras placed around the nesting site off Bayshore Road in North Fort Myers. more »»

St. Andrew Catholic School inaugural 5k to raise money for new playground

October 5, 2017 A weekend event aims to help St. Andrew Catholic School raise money for a new playground. The St. Andrew Catholic School First Annual 5K will take place Saturday at 7:30 a.m. more »»

Cape officials: City Council did what it had to with budget

October 5, 2017 By CHUCK?BALLARO Cape Coral City Council was looking to lower the property tax rate, perhaps to the rollback rate. Hurricane Irma blew that idea out of the wate. more »»

Cape teen recovering after being injured drive-by shooting

October 5, 2017 A Cape Coral teen remained hospitalized Thursday after being shot earlier in the week. Sammie Jacor Young, 18, of 1030 Hancock Creek Blvd. S. more »»

ECHO takes a beating from Hurricane Irma

October 5, 2017 When people come to take a tour or attend the annual food festival at the ECHO Farm, it’s going to look a whole lot different this year than in the past. more »»

Upcoming Candidate Forums

October 5, 2017 Upcoming Forums * Cape Friends of Wildlife Candidates Forum The Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife will hold a Cape Coral Candidates Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 1. more »»

SWFL Pride Festival is Saturday at Alliance of the Arts

October 5, 2017 This year’s SWFL Pride Festival and vendor marketplace is set for Saturday from noon 5:30 p.m. on the grounds of the Alliance of the Arts. more »»

Cape man’s nephew among Las Vegas shooting victims

October 4, 2017 Due to an act of “pure evil,” a Cape Coral resident received a call that many families are not prepared for. Stalin Mendoza, who just recently moved to Cape Coral from Corona, Calif. more »»

Chiquita Lock repaired

October 4, 2017 The Chiquita Lock has been repaired and is fully operational, according to the city of Cape Coral. The lock will be monitored to ensure that there are no other repairs needed. more »»

Lakes Park to reopen Saturday

October 4, 2017 Lee County Parks & Recreation will reopen Lakes Regional Park this Saturday, Oct. 7. Lakes Park sustained serious damage from Hur-ricane Irm. more »»

Lee County Utilities reports road closure due to sinkhole

October 4, 2017 Lee County Utilities is reporting a road closure due to a sinkhole around a manhole on Winkler Road. more »»

Potential federal assistance related to Hurricane Irma seawall damage

October 4, 2017 Lee County has received an update from federal staff members related to potential federal assistance for residents whose seawalls have Hurricane Irma damage. more »»

Cape Friends of Wildlife Candidates Forum Oct. 10

October 4, 2017 The Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife Cordially invites the public to attend the Cape Coral Candidates Forum Tuesday, Oct. more »»

Primary results are in

October 3, 2017 With all precincts reporting Tuesday night: Advancing to the General Election in November: * Cape Coral Mayor's race - Joe Coviello (4,662 or 31.42 percent of the votes) and Michael D. more »»

Coviello, Hollow advance in mayor's race

October 3, 2017 From a pool of seven candidates, only two moved closer to claiming the mayor's seat Tuesday. more »»

Nelson, Leon advance to November in District 4

October 3, 2017 Jennifer I. Nelson and incumbent Richard Leon were the top two vote-getters in the District 4 Cape Coral City Council Primary Tuesday, meaning the two will advance to the General Election in November. more »»

Gunter, Morris to face off in District 1

October 3, 2017 John Gunter and Graham Madison Morris were the top two vote-getters in the Cape Coral City Council Primary for District 1 Tuesday, meaning the two will now face off in the Nov. 7 General Election. more »»

Council debates need for more gas stations

October 3, 2017 Members of the Cape Coral City Council would love nothing more than to offer high-paying jobs to its residents. The problem is finding a way to get ther. more »»

Cape Council sets budget, millage

October 3, 2017 The Cape Coral City Council approved the budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year and the property tax to fund its operations portion Monday,wrangling a bit as the final numbers were crunched. more »»

Election 2017 Question of the Week: What final message would you like voters in the primary election to take to the polls?

September 29, 2017 Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question. more »»



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