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Nathan’s hot dog eating qualifier comes to the Cape on Saturday

April 11, 2019 A slice of Americana comes to Cape Coral this Saturday. more »»

First Triton Cornhole Tournament to be held Friday

April 10, 2019 The first annual Triton Cornhole Tournament, which is open to the community, is taking place this Friday to help raise money for the Silver Magic Marching Band of Mariner High School. more »»

CCPD: Women escape man holding them against their will

April 10, 2019 A Cape Coral visitor is facing false imprisonment charges after two women told police he would not let them get out of the car they had helped him pack to move. more »»

North High to present Musical ‘Barnum’ on stage this weekend

April 10, 2019 The circus is coming to town this weekend, and it will be the students at North Fort Myers High School who will bring you the greatest show on earth. more »»

Taste of North Fort Myers draws a hungry crowd

April 10, 2019 The Taste of North Fort Myers is where you not only got to taste great food, but you got a taste of live music and good ol’ Florida southern vibes this past weeken. more »»

Spring cleaning tips: Proper yard waste disposal key

April 10, 2019 Spring cleaning isn’t just for inside your house. Get ahead of summer’s heat and take care of the outside work now, before hurricane season starts on June 1. more »»

Chiquita Lock lawsuit goes to hearing Thursday

April 9, 2019 The fight over the controversial removal of the Chiquita Lock will head to the courtroom this week, with a hearing set for Thursday and Friday in Cape Coral. Administrative Law Judge Francine M. more »»

CCPD seeks information on weekend shooting at Yacht Club

April 9, 2019 The Cape Coral Police Department is seeking information concerning a shooting at the Cape Coral Yacht Club Sunday evening that left one man injured after a bullet fired into his car grazed his... more »»

Boat trailer parking payment boxes at city boat ramps to be eliminated May 1

April 9, 2019 Pay envelope boxes at the city of Cape Coral's five improved boat ramps will be eliminated May . more »»

City manager appoints interim building official

April 9, 2019 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag has appointed building inspector III Stephen Poposki as iterim building official. more »»

Cape man charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon

April 8, 2019 On Friday, April 5, around 3:45 a.m., Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service in reference to a disturbance with weapons at 2108 Northeast 33rd Terrace. more »»

Yellow Fever Creek Preserve receives enhancements

April 5, 2019 Yellow Fever Creek Preserve, located in northeast Cape Coral, has undergone some enhancements for public access, including a paved parking entrance and a berm around the 3-acre pond. more »»

Efforts to address opioid crisis hailed

April 4, 2019 Local leaders are applauding a new state emphasis to address Florida’s opioid epidemic. Gov. more »»

Golf course negotiations ‘on hold’

April 4, 2019 The city of Cape Coral and owners of the old golf course acreage are in a holding pattern concerning the possible city purchase of the property as environmental processes regarding soil contaminatio... more »»

‘Love One Another’ Community Prayer Breakfast theme

April 4, 2019 The inclusive Community Prayer Breakfast, now in its 29th year, will be held Thursday, May 2, with the national theme “Love One Another. more »»

PRIDE Cape Coral: First event of its kind this weekend

April 4, 2019 Cape Coral’s entertainment district will play host to a weekend of equality for members and supporters of the LGBT community this Saturday and Sunday. more »»

Science officer appointment gets support

April 4, 2019 With water quality at the forefront of the issues to which Gov. Ron DeSantis has pledged remedy, actions this week continue to follow promises made along the campaign trail. more »»

Touch A Truck event set for Saturday

April 4, 2019 The EHL Fragile X Foundation will hold its fourth annual Touch A Truck event in Cape Coral this Saturday to bring awareness of the genetic syndrome that can cause developmental issues in children. more »»

CCPD reactivates PAL program, seeks community support

April 4, 2019 After being shuttered for more than a decade, the Cape Coral Police Department has reopened its Police Athletic League as a way to reach out to children and provide them opportunities on the athleti... more »»

Relay for Life fundraiser steps off this Saturday

April 4, 2019 The annual Relay For Life of Greater Lee County will step off at Cypress Lake High School this Saturday to help the American Cancer Society attack cancer from every angle. more »»



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