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Updated: No criminal charges in domestic violence complaint involving Cape administrator

January 2, 2018 The State Attorney's Office will not file criminal charges in a domestic violence complaint involving the city of Cape Coral's No. 2 administrator. more »»

Plant Based

January 2, 2018 A new meet-up group is focused on supporting those with whole-food plant-based lifestyles. In October, Lee Health an-nounced the launch of the Whole-Food, Plant-Based Living Group. more »»

Lee County DOT schedules Littleton Road/Kismet Parkway Realignment Study public meeting

January 2, 2018 The Lee County Department of Transportation will host a public meeting on the Littleton Road/Kismet Parkway Realignment Study from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Ja. more »»

Pedestrian struck, killed walking along Pine Island Road in Cape

January 2, 2018 A pedestrian struck and killed Monday marked Cape Coral's first traffic fatality for 201. more »»

Motorcyclist dies in crash on Midpoint Bridge

January 2, 2018 A motorcycle accident Monday along the Midpoint Memorial Bridge left one person dead. more »»

Leoma Lovegrove and ‘My Studio’ returning to Broadway Palm theater

January 2, 2018 Leoma Lovegrove and her one-woman show "My Studio" will return to Broadway Palm Dinner Theater for seven performances beginning Jan. 4. more »»

Cape Council asked to weigh purchase of old golf course site for possible park

December 29, 2017 Cape Coral City Council has two viable options concerning the old golf course acreage off Palm Tree Boulevard in the South Cape: Buy the 175-acre parcel or pave the way for residential development,... more »»

City to host job fair Wednesday

December 29, 2017 Cape Coral is hosting a job fair Wednesday, Jan. 3, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., at City Hall, 1015 Cultural Park Blvd. The event is open to job seekers interested in working for the city. more »»

Confidence high for economy in 2018

December 28, 2017 Whether it be jobs, housing or the general economy, things are again looking up for Cape Coral as 2018 gets started. more »»

NFM eagles have a new brood

December 28, 2017 Harriet is again the mother of two eaglets. The first egg, dubbed E10, pipped early Tuesday morning around 8 a.m., with it being fully visible at 8:33 a.m. Twelve hours later, at 8:54 p.m. more »»

Cape shelter on track for 2018

December 28, 2017 A series of events caused delays in construction of the proposed Cape Coral Animal Shelter, but plans continue to move along with organizers hoping to break ground as early as this spring. more »»

New Years’ revelers have choices in the Cape

December 28, 2017 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers.com N ew Year's Eve revelers have a wealth of options in the Cape — there are three big events happening in the city Sunday, featuring food, fireworks and fun. more »»

In the wake of Irma: Still no seawalls

December 28, 2017 The most visible signs of Hurricane Irma have been dragged away: the storm create 3 million cubic yards of debris. But for many, damage remains from the storm’s state-wide destruction of seawalls. more »»

Eagle watch under way

December 26, 2017 Harriet the eagle as of late Tuesday night was on the verge of again becoming a mother. The first egg, called E10, pipped early Tuesday around 8 a.m., with it being fully visible at 8:33 a.m. more »»

Autonomous sailboat deployed to find red tide bloom

December 26, 2017 By MEGHAN McCOY mmccoy@breezenewspapers. more »»

Going global

December 26, 2017 ECHO Global Farm in North Fort Myers has received $ 25,000 grant from the Cape Coral Community Foundation. more »»

Green iguana spotted in St. James City

December 26, 2017 efranks@breezenewspapers.com Mary and Rollie Hirman have lived on a canal in St. James City for 17 year. more »»

LCEC, city reaffirm positions

December 22, 2017 It seems the only thing the city of Cape Coral and LCEC can agree upon these days is to disagree. more »»

Planes, trains & automobiles

December 22, 2017 About 107.3 million people are expected to travel from home during the year-end holidays, a 3.1 percent increase in travel volume compared to last yea. more »»

Next Yappy Hour at Fathoms to feature New Year’s theme

December 22, 2017 A monthly event is pushing the Cape Coral Animal Shelter closer to its fund-raising goal. The shelter and Fathoms Restaurant and Bar will host another Yappy Hour on Dec. 29, from 5-7 p.m. more »»

 
 
 

 

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