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One eaglet fledges; its sibling still on the brink of flight

June 18, 2020 They grow up so fast. That’s especially true for bald eagles, in particular the eaglet known as E15. more »»

SFWMD’s mandatory irrigation restrictions rescinded

June 18, 2020 The City of Cape Coral was notified Thursday that the mandatory one-day a week irrigation restrictions that were implemented by the South Florida Water Management District will be rescinded,... more »»

Cape woman charged with stabbing, killing her mother

June 17, 2020 Today, June 17, at 10:04 a.m., the Cape Coral Police Department responded to a 911 call in the 2500 block of S.W. Embers Terrace. While officers were en route, the call was upgraded to a stabbing. more »»

100 days and counting

June 17, 2020 One hundred days -- that's how long Southwest Florida residents have been dealing with COVID-19 in the community. more »»

Cape man faces assault charge

June 17, 2020 A Cape Coral man is facing an aggravated assault change after police say he got into a dispute with a neighbor and picked up a pickax. more »»

Council approves $236,000 contract for new city manager

June 16, 2020 The city of Cape Coral has reached a contract agreement with its incoming city manager. more »»

Florida reports single-day record increase in new Covid-19 cases

June 16, 2020 By the Numbers As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, there are 80,109 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 2,783 since FDOH's last update Monday morning. more »»

Board decides against pay raise for City Council

June 16, 2020 Cape Coral City Council has decided now is not the time ask voters whether council members should be paid more -- a lot more. more »»

Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library offering fruit, vegetable packages to those in need

June 16, 2020 Cape Coral residents who are in need of a helping hand with their food supplies can find fresh fruit and vegetables three times a week at a local historic museum. more »»

Hearing on Paradise Isles plans continued

June 16, 2020 A long-awaited hearing for the propose Paradise Isles development in North Fort Myers has once again been continued. more »»

County expands funding from CARES Act

June 16, 2020 Assistant Lee County Manager Glen Salyer said the county is moving into the next phase of its LeeCares program funded by the federal CARES Act. more »»

Caloosahatchee river soil samples to begin today

June 15, 2020 Beginning the week of June 15, drilling crews will collect soil samples in approximately ten locations in the Caloosahatchee River near Midpoint Bridge. more »»

Cape Coral UEP traffic advisory

June 15, 2020 Listed below are the road work area locations for major roads in Cape Coral as the Utility Expansion Project continues in the north Cape: CONTRACT 2 Ceitus Parkway Old Burnt Store Road/Ceitus... more »»

Caloosahatchee River soil sampling to begin June 15

June 12, 2020 Beginning the week of June 15, drilling crews will collect soil samples in approximately 10 locations in the Caloosahatchee River near the Midpoint Bridge. more »»

State nears 71,000 coronavirus cases

June 12, 2020 By the Numbers As of 11 a.m. Friday, there are 70,971 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 1,902 since FDOH's last update Thursday morning. more »»

Protesters gather, march in Cape Coral Friday evening

June 12, 2020 Cries for racial equality and the end of police brutality rang out in Cape Coral Friday evening, as members of the community gathered to peacefully protest and exercise their First Amendment righ. more »»

Lee Health: Stay the course to prevent ‘second wave’

June 11, 2020 As the state of Florida reported the highest single-day increase of COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began, heath officials on Thursday once again reiterated the need for the community to continue... more »»

Online summer school begins Monday

June 11, 2020 With the school year completed, distance learning will continue Monday for a month of summer school, also online, for 15,000 kindergarten through eighth grade students. more »»

Task force learns of back-to-school models

June 11, 2020 A few hybrid options were presented to the K-12 Pandemic Task Force during its second meeting Wednesday afternoon that might have students alternating days of going to school and participating in... more »»

Prom. It’s on. Six celebrations to be held at The Westin

June 11, 2020 Six separate proms are being planned for this July to give high school seniors an opportunity to celebrate one more time before they head off to college, the workforce, or the militar. more »»



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