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He’s back: Beach welcome goes out to Stet Howland

April 26, 2018 10,000 views is a lot to soak in over a lifetime, but for legendary drummer Stet Howland, the view from his hospital bed may be one he’ll never forget. more »»

Parks and Recreation to host annual Arbor Day event 

April 25, 2018 The city Parks and Recreation Department will host an Arbor Day Tree Planting Celebration Friday, April 27, at the William “Bill” Austen Youth Center, 315 S.W. 2nd Ave. The event begins at 11 a.m. more »»

Grants to fund major sidewalk projects

April 24, 2018 Over the past five years, the city of Cape Coral has received more than $5 million in state and federal grants for the construction of new sidewalks. more »»

Council discusses proposed D&D boat ramp

April 24, 2018 It was one of those Committee of the Whole meetings where every time staff and consultants answered a question, two or three more questions popped up. more »»

Council member’s code enforcement involvement angers some residents

April 24, 2018 Cape Coral resident Crystal Pescatori had her trailered boat parked along the side of her yard. City code, though, allows for backyard parking for boats onl. more »»

Let's dance

April 24, 2018 For five years, Lehigh Elementary School set the gold standard in the annual “Colors of the Rainbow” team match dance competitio. more »»

DOH-Lee lifts advisory for Yacht Club Beach

April 24, 2018 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County (DOH-Lee) has removed its advisory about high bacteria levels at the Cape Coral Yacht Club Beach. more »»

Fort Myers Beach homicide suspect Lois Riess caught in Texas

April 20, 2018 After a nation-wide womanhunt, Lois Ann Riess of Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, was captured in Texas. Members of the U.. more »»

Topoleski named Interim Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director

April 20, 2018 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag, has appointed Fire Deputy Chief Robert Topoleski to serve as Interim Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director. more »»

Cape woman charged in construction site theft

April 20, 2018 A Cape Coral woman was arrested on April 19 on charges of grand theft, fraud, and dealing in stolen property. Presley Lynch, 22, of 1002 N.. more »»

Murder suspect apprehended in Texas

April 20, 2018 Following a national manhunt, wanted fugitive Lois Riess was apprehended by the US Marshals Service  earlier this evening in South Padre Island, Texas, according to a report issued early this mornin... more »»

Appraisals for old golf course site in

April 19, 2018 The city of Cape Coral now has some hard numbers by which to weigh its purchase of the 175-acre old golf course site. more »»

State/city partnership addresses water woes

April 19, 2018 Issues with drought conditions in Cape Coral are being reformed, thanks to the recently approved Reservoir Pipeline Project. State Rep. more »»

Advisory issued for Yacht Club Beach

April 19, 2018 The Florida Department of Health in Lee County is advising the public not to enter the water at the Cape Coral Yacht Club Beach due to high levels of bacteria identified in routine testin. more »»

CCFD: House fire electrical, accidental

April 19, 2018 A fire that destroyed a home in Cape Coral Tuesday morning has been deemed an electrical fire accidental in nature, according to the Cape Coral Fire Departmen. more »»

Earth Day: ‘Seas’ the Day at the Yacht Club

April 19, 2018 Celebrate the 48th anniversary of Earth Day at the Cape Coral Yacht Club this Sunday for an informational, fun afternoon. more »»

Registration open for summer camps

April 19, 2018 Registration is now open for the 2018 Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Summer Camps program for children as young as 3 years old. more »»

Pioneer Club to hold annual picnic

April 19, 2018 It will be a day to honor those who have spent their lives in Lee County, those who remember when Daniels Parkway was a dirt road and Cape Coral ended on Coronad. more »»

ABC Pest Control marks 40 years of service

April 19, 2018 When the average person thinks about household pests, it’s never a pretty thought — especially in Florida, where such critters thrive in tropical climates. more »»

Cape Council to discuss D&D boat ramp, parcels

April 19, 2018 The Cape Coral City Council will spend Monday’s workshop discussing the land parcels the city bought six years ago and what to do with them. more »»



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