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Teens charged with burlarizing unmarked LCSO vehicle

July 12, 2017 Three teens, including two from Cape Coral, are accused of burglarizing an unmarked Lee County Sheriff's Office vehicle and stealing five firearms, a Taser and other equipment. more »»

Youth Council appoints Social Media Communications liaison

July 12, 2017 The Cape Coral Youth Council has appointed a Social Media Communications liaison. Cole Delong, a Cape Coral High School junior, was selected at the advisory board's last meeting, held June 3. more »»

Free Discover Parks & Recreation event this Saturday

July 11, 2017 July is “National Park and Recreation Month,” and the Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a free family event on Saturday to celebrate. more »»

Juvenile bald eagle released in Cape Coral 

July 7, 2017 A slow maneuver from a carrier cage resulted in a juvenile bald eagle taking its time once exiting the enclosure before spreading its wings and taking flight towards the trees at the Cape Coral... more »»

Pilot injured in plane crash on Miramar Street

July 7, 2017 A small plane crashed on Miramar Street Friday morning, injuring the pilot but hurting no one on the ground. more »»

Small plane crashes in downtown Cape

July 7, 2017 Today at 9:51 a.m., city emergency crews responded to a report of a small airplane crash in downtown Cape Cora. more »»

Playground at Jim Jeffers Park to close for resurfacing July 11-17

July 6, 2017 The playground at Jim Jeffers Park will be closed from Tuesday, July 11, through Monday, July 17 for a resurfacing project, according to the city of Cape Coral. more »»

Tax rate cut for upcoming budget year?: Cape officials weigh property valuations bump

July 6, 2017 Overall taxable property valuation in Cape Coral is up 9. more »»

North 2 utilities plan: Info session set for Monday

July 6, 2017 City staff and project contractors will be available to answer questions from property owners in the North 2 Utilities Extension Project area at City Hall on Monday. more »»

Candidate qualifying ends today

July 6, 2017 UPDATE: All 18 candidates running for City Council or Mayor this fall have now qualified to be placed on the ballot for the Primary Election on Sept. more »»

Fine felines Annual cat show on stage this weekend

July 6, 2017 Attn: All cat lovers! The annual CFA All-Breed Cat Show will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday at the Araba Temple in Fort Myers. more »»

Food drive’s official kickoff is Thursday

July 6, 2017 An upcoming event will help raise food and monetary donations for the Cape Coral Caring Center. Last month, the center announced the start of its annual SOS Save Our Summer, Feed the Cape campaign. more »»

CCPD Volunteer Unit seeking applicants

July 6, 2017 The Cape Coral Police Department's Volunteer Unit is hoping to acquire some new faces. The unit is taking applications for its next academy class, set for Sept. 11-15 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

‘Celebration of life’ benefit set for Sunday

July 6, 2017 A celebration of life benefit for Joshua Williams, a 21-year-old Cape Coral man who died in a motorcycle crash, will be held from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday at Catch 22 Sports Bar. more »»

Fund raiser planned to help raise reward in unsolved homicide

July 6, 2017 With the one year anniversary of the murder of a Bonita Springs teenager looming, family, friends and concerned community members will gather this weekend to help raise funds, and awareness, to help... more »»

Man injured in shooting incident released from hospital

July 6, 2017 A man who was shot and injured in Cape Coral has been released from the hospital. As of Thursday, Ehab Ibraham Kudsi, 27, of 4239 Liron Ave., Apt. more »»

Woman injured in bridge crash no longer hospitalized

July 6, 2017 As of Thursday, Gail Phillipa Smith, 52, of 140 S.E. 12th Terrace, had been discharged from Lee Memorial Hospital, where she was taken June 23 after the crash on the Midpoint Memorial Bridge. more »»

Property values in Cape continue to climb

July 5, 2017 As has been the case over the past several years, Cape Coral property values continue to trend upwards. more »»

Water main break to impact more than 800 city customers

July 5, 2017 A water main break that occurred at 6 a.m. more »»

Candidates begin qualifying for city races

July 5, 2017 Update: Additional candidates with a July 3 qualifying date (list as updated 2:30 p.m. July 5.): Mayor's race: Joe Coviello and Derrick Donnell. District 1: John Gunte. more »»

 
 
 

 

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