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Property owners get first look at flood maps

September 11, 2019 Some Lee County residents could be facing a large jump in their flood insurance rates and, this week, they could see for themselves why. more »»

Court rules in favor of Margaritaville developer, Town of Fort Myers Beach

September 11, 2019 The 20th Circuit Court has ruled in favor of TPI Hospitality and the town of Fort Myers Beach, lifting the last existing hurdle for the Margaritaville Resort development projec. more »»

Lee Republican Women host county’s mayors

September 11, 2019 The mayors of all six municipalities in Lee County gathered at the Lee Republican Women Federated September lunch meeting Monday at Pinchers in Fort Myers to rub elbows and touch upon successes... more »»

SWFL Military Museum & Library to celebrate 10th anniversary today

September 11, 2019 The Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library will be holding its 10th Anniversary Luncheon & Open House today, Sept. 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.. more »»

Cape Council assumes speed limit authority

September 10, 2019 Cape Coral City Council assumed decision-making authority for city street speed limits on Monday, voting 6-1 to change an ordinance that had vested that power with the city manager. more »»

City to host South Cape development workshop

September 10, 2019 The City of Cape Coral's Economic Development Office will hold a South Cape development workshop this Thursday from 8 a.m. until noon at Vineyard Community Church. more »»

FMPD police captain arrested on charges of solicitation of prostitution, official misconduct, perjury

September 10, 2019 A Fort Myers Police Department captain is accused of soliciting prostitution while on duty as well as official misconduct and perjury related to an incident alleged to have happened at a massage... more »»

Cape middle school student charged with publishing school threats

September 9, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department reported this afternoon that a Cape Coral middle school student is facing charges after publishing photos to his Instagram account displaying a school threat. more »»

Cape Council gives nod to tax rate, new city budget

September 6, 2019 Cape Coral City Council is one step away from passing its 2020 city budget after unanimously giving a nod to both the "rollback" millage rate and $897.49 million package Thursday at City Hall. more »»

Student arrested on school bus faces weapons charges

September 6, 2019 A south county teen was arrested on a school bus after officials investigating a report that a student might be aboard with a weapon found a loaded gun in his possessio. more »»

Sanibel and Captiva community helping the Bahama islands

September 6, 2019 The Southwest Florida community has joined efforts to collect goods for the Bahamas following the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, which decimated the Abaco and Grand Bahama islands as a Category 5... more »»

Hurricane Dorian relief efforts under way

September 5, 2019 Devastation. That's what Hurricane Dorian left in his wake as it passed through the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm, with sustained winds of 185 mph, leaving chaos behind. more »»

Florida Attorney General’s Office warns: Beware of Hurricane Dorian donation scams

September 5, 2019 The Office of Attorney General Ashley Moody has issued tips for those planning to donate to Hurricane Dorian relief efforts. more »»

Major projects slated for Pine Island Road

September 5, 2019 Two new developments along Pine Island Road will see restaurants, retail, and office space make a new home along the “spine” of the Cape. more »»

Economic Development to take a new approach

September 5, 2019 Cape Coral's Economic Development manager is taking what he calls an "outside the box" look at how to promote development opportunities in the cit. more »»

Normal is Overrated: Mental health program for youths to be held Saturday

September 5, 2019 Students dealing with a mental health issue are not alone nor are they “different. more »»

Atala butterfly eggs hatch at Historical Museum

September 5, 2019 Eggs of a species of butterfly that was considered to be extinct in the ’50s, hatched at the Cape Coral Historical Museum’s certified butterfly garden earlier this wee. more »»

FEMA flood maps ready for viewing

September 5, 2019 Lee County residents will get a chance to get a first look at the new preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps at three upcoming public open houses. more »»

City council has light agenda Monday

September 5, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council on Monday will have a couple issues to consider on what will be an otherwise short agenda. more »»

Tickets on sale for Cape Coral Youth Council Fall Gala

September 5, 2019 The Cape Coral Youth Council will hold its Fall Gala next Saturday at the Kiwanis Hall, featuring an evening of networking with the Cape Coral youth population, as well as businesses and political... more »»

 
 
 

 

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