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APEX Award winner

August 20, 2019 The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee’s APEX Awards acknowledge women in the community who are members of the chamber and excel in the areas of professionalism,... more »»

Council votes to approve Mercola incentives

August 20, 2019 Cape Coral City Council on Monday needed a little convincing, but eventually voted 6-1 to approve a job creation incentive to a company that has brought nearly 100 jobs, paying an average salary of... more »»

FCWC to demonstrate water testing equipment

August 20, 2019 This Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.. more »»

SWFL Children’s Charities names board of directors

August 20, 2019 SWFL Children’s Chari-ties Inc. more »»

Cape police issue missing person alert

August 19, 2019 Late Sunday night, the Cape Coral Police Department issued a missing endangered person alert. more »»

LaBelle woman killed in five-car pile-up on Pine Island Road

August 19, 2019 A woman from LaBelle was killed Saturday afternoon in a five-car crash on Pine Island Road near Barrett Road in North Fort Myers. According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, at 12:45 p.m. more »»

Proposed seawall standards could prove costly

August 15, 2019 A potential change in seawall standards in Cape Coral could find waterfront homeowners digging much deeper into their pockets for repairs and replacements. more »»

Multi-agency crackdown results in 120 arrests

August 15, 2019 An operation to reduce violent gang crime in Lee County led by the U.S. Marshals and conducted by area law enforcement has resulted in 120 arrests. The U.S. more »»

‘Hard stuff to talk about...:' Disciplinary actions for minority students still deemed too high

August 15, 2019 Although the Lee County School District is making strides in the right direction in terms of referrals and suspensions, more work needs to be done to keep students — especially minority students — i... more »»

Generational bond: Retired Cape firefighter and German family stay close decades after meeting

August 15, 2019 Chris Schroder picked up the phone and heard a familiar voice on the other end. more »»

Family gets keys to the American Dream

August 15, 2019 A Cape Coral family’s lives were changed for the better Wednesday morning, thanks to Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry countie. more »»

Speed limits, parking, among items on light council agenda

August 15, 2019 Cape Coral City Council is expected to have another light agenda when it conducts its regular meeting Monday. more »»

Rally for Clean Water fundraiser to benefit Calusa Waterkeeper

August 15, 2019 The Millennial Brewing Company will host the second annual Rally for Clean Water fundraiser Saturday, showcasing the first free public screening of the documentary “Troubled Waters. more »»

Wait-list space only for ‘A Toast to Tenacity’suffrage celebration

August 15, 2019 Members of the public hoping to take part in the 99th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution may be disappointed. “A Toast to Tenacity,” set for Aug. more »»

Council approves plan for three of four parcels at Four Corners

August 14, 2019 Cape residents now know there could be as many as 264 multi-family units on three corners of the intersection at Agualinda Boulevard and Beach Parkway. more »»

Death investigation under way

August 14, 2019 A death investigation in the wake of an altercation between an off-duty Lee County Sheriff's Office deputy and his son is continuing, according to the Cape Coral Police Department. more »»

Three dogs die in house fire; no other injuries reported

August 14, 2019 A mid-morning house fire on Wednesday resulted in heavy property damage and the loss of three dogs that could not be resuscitated despite efforts by emergency personnel. more »»

External audit, downtown walkway discussed at second budget meeting

August 14, 2019 At their second joint meeting Tuesday, the Cape Coral City Council and the city's Budget Review Committee found some ways to significantly reduce spending, making for a real possibility of reaching... more »»

Paula Kiker withdraws from County Commission race

August 14, 2019 Fort Myers Beach businesswoman Paula Kiker has ended her campaign for the Lee County Commission seat previously held by her husband. Larry Kiker died in April. more »»

School year begins in Cape

August 14, 2019   Schools opened Monday for more than 95,000 children in Lee County. more »»



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