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Cape Council: Let investigations run their course

January 14, 2020 Some members of the Cape Coral City Council are urging patience -- and discretion -- as a pair of investigations continue into allegations surrounding the city's top administrator. more »»

Chamber celebrates successful 2019 at Chairman’s Gala

January 14, 2020 Members of the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce gathered at Palmetto Pine Country Club last Friday evening to celebrate one of the most successful years the organization has experienced in some time. more »»

Cape looks at splitting next UEP phase due to construction delays with North 2

January 14, 2020 According to critics, the North 2 Utilities Expansion Project phase has been a bit shaky at times, and a complete disaster at others. more »»

St. Andrew Catholic School 2020 Festival kicks off Thursday

January 14, 2020 Bingo has been added to the list of entertainment this year for the 30th annual St. Andrew Catholic School 2020 Festival. The festival will take place from 6 to 10 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 16; 6 to 11 p. more »»

Coffee shop feels the love in wake of theft

January 14, 2020 On Saturday a South Cape coffee house was rocked to its core when someone made off with its cash bag during the Cape Coral Arts and Music Festival. more »»

Thousands turn out for 35th annual Cape Coral Arts and Music Festival

January 14, 2020 Tens of thousands of art afficionados flocked to the South Cape this past weekend for one of the biggest events of the year in the city, the 35th annual Cape Coral Arts and Music Festival, presented... more »»

Cape Coral Youth Council continues mission, makes donation to Blessings in a Backpack Southwest Florida

January 14, 2020 The Cape Coral Youth Council continued its mission of helping to feed underprivileged children in the city, as it presented a donation to an organization aimed at feeding the future of Southwest... more »»

'Zombicon' shooter sentenced to 30 years in prison

January 13, 2020 An Immokalee man charged with opening fire at a Fort Myers street fair, injuring five and killing one, has been found guilty. more »»

Possible Four Mile Cove site purchase advances to county commission

January 10, 2020 Acreage abutting Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve will advance to the Lee County Commission for possible Conservation 20/20 purchase now that the Conservation Land Acquisition and Stewardship... more »»

Cape Coral to get new Post Office

January 10, 2020 Cape Coral will be getting a new Post Office, most likely in the north Cape. The U.S. more »»

Pine Island Road paves way to economic boom

January 9, 2020 Pine Island Road saw major development over the last year and residents can expect more, as more than $200 million in private investments are scheduled to break ground over the next 18 months. more »»

Inoculations urged as flu season peaks

January 9, 2020 Officials with the Florida Department of Health are “strongly encouraging” all unvaccinated residents to get their flu shots as soon as possible. more »»

S.E. 47th Terr. slowdown proposed

January 9, 2020 The Cape Coral City Council has had an issue dealing with speed limits in recent years with some residents, particularly those who live on cul-de-sacs and minor roads believing the 30 mph speed limi... more »»

Cape Coral Arts & Music Festival is this weekend

January 9, 2020 One of Cape Coral's most popular events will fill Cape Coral Parkway this weekend as the Cape Coral Arts & Music Festival returns to South Cape Coral for its 35th year. more »»

Cape scout featured on tagalong cookie box

January 9, 2020 A Cape Coral Girl Scout was named one of six national winners in the Girl Scouts of the USA's 2018 Girl Scout Cookie Pro Contest, resulting in her photograph gracing her favorite flavored Girl Scout... more »»

Tour de Cape set for next weekend

January 9, 2020 Cyclists and runners from near and far will gather next weekend for the 29th annual Tour de Cape, a weekend event featuring fun for beginners to experts alike. more »»

Volunteers sought to teach kids about the Constitution

January 9, 2020 A nonprofit organization that has a mission to “unite, educate, and take action to preserve the Constitution and the principals of our Founding Fathers” is looking for both high school, and adult... more »»

Artists to transform new business on parkway with mural

January 9, 2020 A business that opened last summer on Cape Coral Parkway is undergoing a facelift with the help of two local artists, who created Artsemble Underground. more »»

Type O blood donors sought as Lee faces 'severe' shortage

January 8, 2020 Lee Health is experiencing a severe shortage of both Type O-Negative and Type O-Positive blood, with supplies running 25 percent below minimum, and health care system is asking the public to donate. more »»

14 schools honored with the Five Star School Award

January 8, 2020 Fourteen Lee County schools have received the Florida Department of Education's Five Star School Award for the 2018-2019 school year. more »»



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