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LCEC reduces rates; fourth reduction in two years

January 4, 2016 Beginning Jan. 1, LCEC customers saw the fourth rate decrease in two year. more »»

LeeTran to increase service to Fort Myers Beach as part of seasonal changes

January 4, 2016 Increased LeeTran service to Fort Myers Beach is among seasonal changes that will begin Jan. 7. more »»

Necropsy results: Ozzie succumbed to bacterial sepsis

January 4, 2016 The necropsy results for Ozzie, American bald eagle and internet sensation from the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam, were completed in late December The report is broken down in detail by Dr. more »»

Cape Coral Art League celebrates 50 years

December 31, 2015 The Cape Coral Art League is kicking off its year-long celebration of its 50th anniversary with big events in January, including a reception, major exhibition showcasing two local artists with... more »»

Cape Coral City Council looks ahead to 2016

December 31, 2015 When Cape Coral City Council gets back to work in the new year, it will have to deal with countless issues, some well-known, some lurking in the weeds, and some that haven’t been born yet. more »»

GCHS marks a banner year

December 31, 2015 The year 2015 will go down as one of the most productive years in Gulf Coast Humane Society's long history, and ironically, it started with a near traged. more »»

Safety first urged for New Year’s festivities

December 31, 2015 Those planning to ring in the New Year with a colorful bang should do so safely and carefully. more »»

Major projects expected to break ground in 2016

December 31, 2015 Several major commercial projects are expected to break ground in 2016 with dozens more anticipated throughout the new year. more »»

Grand Resorts developer shares information on Beach project

December 31, 2015 Tom Torgerson is the CEO of TPI Hospitality, a company that boasts 40-plus hotels and convention centers. more »»

ReptiDay comes to the area Saturday

December 31, 2015 Lovers of spiders and snakes won’t want to miss this event. ReptiDay is coming to the Crowne Plaza at the Bell Tower Shoppes in Fort Myers on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Music festival coming to Shell Factory

December 30, 2015 It promises to be the first big musical event of 2016 when The Shell Factory hosts the first Fort Myers Music Fest Winter Fest on Saturday, Jan. 9, from 4 to 10 p.. more »»

City to begin sanitary sewer pipe lining project in southeast Cape

December 30, 2015 The city of Cape Coral’s Utilities Department will begin a sanitary sewer pipe lining project in the southeast Cape Monday, Jan. . more »»

Walk the walk

December 30, 2015 Cancer is cancer, no matter where in the body it’s located. On Jan. 9 at Tara Woods off U.S. more »»

Former deputy sentenced to prison

December 30, 2015 A former Lee County deputy is headed to prison for beating and robbing a man while on duty. Michael J. more »»

Road Watch Report for Dec. 31 through Jan. 6

December 30, 2015 Corkscrew Road and I-75 Ramp Improvements Estero, FL:  As part of the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organizations Complete Streets Initiative, sidewalks are being replaced and bike lanes are bein... more »»

Local boat theft turns into long, wild pursuit

December 30, 2015 A wild, high-seas boat chase played out over the Christmas weekend, and its origin was the Fort Myers Beach area. more »»

Pine Island couple donates 5 acres to Calusa Land Trust

December 30, 2015 Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 22, Michael and Kathy Taylor “officially” donated 5 acres of land to the Calusa Land Trust. “We just thought it was the right thing to do,” Kathy Taylor said. more »»

District to begin open enrollment period for 2016-2017 school year

December 30, 2015 The Student Assignment Open Enrollment Period for the 2016-2017 school year will begin Monday, Jan. 11, and will run through Friday, April 1. more »»

Launch party planned for jd daniels’ new mystery ‘Quick Walk to Murder’

December 30, 2015 Award-winning author jd daniels recently announced the release of “Quick Walk to Murder,” the second Jessie Murphy mystery set in Matlacha and Pine Island. more »»

San-Cap Audubon lecture series schedule set for 2016

December 30, 2015 The popular lecture series, organized by the Sanibel-Captiva Audubon Society, highlighting birds will return to The Community House this January Bill Jacobson, with... more »»



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