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Young vandals damage high school campus overnight

May 31, 2016 Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public's help identifying six young adults who caused more than $600 in damage on the campus of Mariner High School Thursday night. more »»

The Crossings celebrates its grand opening

May 31, 2016 Business leaders, members of the Lee County medical field and new residents gathered at The Crossings at Hancock Creek to celebrate the formal grand opening of the 118-room assisted living facility... more »»

Reward increased for information that helps find Diana Alvares

May 31, 2016 The reward for information in leading to the whereabouts of a missing 9-year-old has been increased. more »»

Cape Coral man charged with DUI after crash

May 31, 2016 A Cape Coral man has been charged in a crash that sent several people to the hospital on Monday. Gentree Jamal Hough, 24, of 601 S.E. 13th S. more »»

Pine Island Kiwanis exploring ‘Restaurant Crawl’

May 31, 2016 After the disappointing results from the 2016 Taste of Pine Island, the Kiwanis Club is exploring something new – a "Restaurant Crawl. more »»

Sheriff's Office: Immediately report any sighting of missing girl

May 31, 2016 Nine-year-old Diana Alvares remains missing. Members of the public have asked the Lee County Sheriff's Office how they can assist with the search for Diana. more »»

Woman remains hospitalized following Friday accident

May 31, 2016 A Cape Coal driver remained hospitalized on Tuesday following a serious crash last week. more »»

Deadline to complete parent survey aproaching

May 31, 2016 Parents in the Lee County School District have two more weeks to participate in the parent engagement survey for Lee County Schools. more »»

Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:

May 27, 2016 Every year it seems, more Cape Coral residents do more to help those who are in the greatest need. more »»

Property valuations up throughout Lee County

May 27, 2016 By JIM LINETTE jlinette@breezenewaspapers. more »»

Underground electric? Utility info session set

May 27, 2016 Residents in one northwest Cape neighborhood will have an opportunity to offer their opinion regarding the undergrounding of electric and communications services at the same time water and sewer... more »»

Police chief to retire

May 27, 2016 When Cape Coral Police Chief Bart Connelly walks out the door of his office for the final time on May 31, he leaves behind 28 years of service to the community and a mound of achievements the city... more »»

Many events planned in Cape, Fort Myers to observe Memorial Day

May 27, 2016 Several events are planned in Cape Coral and Fort Myers in observance of Memorial Day. more »»

Civil War re-enactment Sunday at Cultural Park

May 27, 2016 Step back in time on Sunday and watch a segment of the Civil War unfold in Cape Coral. more »»

Busy summer at Cultural Park Theatre

May 27, 2016 Cultural Park Theatre is proud to announce their summer line up with an array of plays and concerts that will take the stage offering something for every musical taste and a fun night out as well. more »»

House demolition makes way for M/PIFCD Fire Station #4

May 27, 2016 Last week, Honc Industries began clearing the land at 11971 Pompano Ave., Cape Coral, for Fire Station #4 for the Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District. more »»

Cape teen to star in ‘Little Mermaid Jr.’ at BIG ARTS

May 27, 2016 Approximately 30 youths will be featured in the upcoming Creative Theater Workshop's production of "Little Mermaid Jr." at BIG ARTS Herb Strauss Theater. more »»

Agencies urge boaters to remember safety

May 27, 2016 The city of Cape Coral is almost like Venice, Italy, with its hundreds of miles of canals. more »»

New logo and name adopted for Lee Memorial Health System

May 27, 2016 Lee Memorial Health System Board of Directors has approved a new name and graphic logo that will help represent the system’s direction in health care over the next 100 years. more »»

Cape Council workshop to discuss land use regulations

May 27, 2016 With no regular meeting scheduled on Monday in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday, City Council will meet in a special workshop session Wednesday to discuss revisions to the city’s land use and... more »»



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