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Red White & BOOM! Cape’s Independence Day blast

July 3, 2014 It is the largest single-day event in the city, but for the first time in its history, the Red, White & Boom event will be run by wholly the city. And the city says it’s ready for it. more »»

Mullins Memorial opens Fort Myers location

July 3, 2014 Sometimes, funerals, wakes and celebrations of life need some space, and Mullins Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Service has answered that nee. more »»

Italian-American Club offering ‘jam’ nights

July 3, 2014 You can bring your trombone, your guitar, or just a tremendous singing voice, get on stage, and just perform. more »»

‘Tis that season …

July 2, 2014 As Tropical Storm Arthur rolled along the east coast of Florida Tuesday, local authorities offered some tips for residents to stay safe through the summer storms. more »»

Citizens Police Academy starts Sept. 25

July 2, 2014 The public has a shot to learn firsthand how the Cape Coral Police Department works. The 33rd class of the CCPD's Citizens Police Academy kicks off on Sept. 25. more »»

Former resident pleads guilty to setting up ‘sex tours’

July 2, 2014 A former Cape Coral man has pleaded guilty to trying to set up “sex tours” involving teens. Last week, Patrick R. more »»

Cape man facing child pornography charges

July 2, 2014 A 70-year-old Cape Coral man is facing charges for child pornography. more »»

Beacon of H.O.P.E. receives award of appreciation

July 2, 2014 On Friday, June 20, Joanne Merritt and Linda Prior, representing the Beacon of H.O.P.E. on Pine Island, accepted an award for collecting the third most “High Achiever ACCESS” applications for 2013. more »»

Radio operators ham it up for field day

July 2, 2014 Their towers were run up all over the football field at the North Fort Myers Community Center, even between the goal posts. more »»

Miles Ranch in North Fort Myers working to help mitigate PTSD

July 2, 2014 A local charity dedicated to helping victims of posttraumatic stress disorder through horse psychotherapy received some good news that those they help are now being recognized in Washington. more »»

Local students shine at JA academy

July 2, 2014 One team invented a solar panel that connects to the air conditioner fan of a vehicle in a parked car to keep it cooler. Another made disposable airline seats that can be used one time on any seat. more »»

Governor visits armory to honor veterans

July 1, 2014 They served at Pearl Harbor, in the deserts of Iraq and Afghanistan and everywhere in between. And on Monday at the 3rd Battalion Headquarters 265th Air Defense Artillery in Fort Myers, Gov. more »»

Wegmann returns to FOX 4 as morning anchor

July 1, 2014 Former FOX 4 anchor and reporter Amy Wegmann will return to co-anchor FOX 4 Rising alongside Miriam Zamorano. more »»

Cape's overall property valuation up 8.63 percent

June 30, 2014 By JIM LINETTE jlinette@breezenewaspapers. more »»

Police: Owner arrested after 'distressed dogs' removed from vehicle

June 30, 2014 A Holiday man was charged with animal cruelty after police removed a mother dog and seven puppies from a hot, parked U-Haul in Fort Myers. more »»

Traffic stop leads to arrests for trafficking heroin, possession of firearm by convicted felon

June 30, 2014 Cape Coral Police arrested a couple on charges of trafficking heroin and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, following a traffic stop for a seatbelt violation on Saturday evening. Matthew T. more »»

'Nursing Excellence Awards' awards announced

June 30, 2014 Lee Memorial Health System has announced this year’s recipients of the Nursing Excellence Awards. more »»

Standard & Poor’s upgrades bond ratings for city’s debt obligations

June 27, 2014 Standard & Poor’s has notified the city of Cape Coral that it has raised the bond ratings for the city’s water and sewer revenue debt, and utility assessment bond debt. more »»

Florida lawmaker accepts deal after DUI arrest

June 27, 2014 TALLAHASSEE (AP) — A member of the Florida Legislature arrested on a drunken driving charge was sentenced to six months of probation and subjected to alcohol tests under a plea deal agreed upon... more »»

Dog Bar and Grille planning fundraiser for new no-kill shelter

June 27, 2014 The Dog Bar and Grille is planning a fundraiser for the new no-kill shelter to be built in Cape Coral and organizers are reaching out to businesses and community members who might like to take part. more »»



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