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Little interest; Council cool to traffic plan assessment

April 21, 2017 Making sure the roads are safe is one of the most important jobs the city has but asking residents to pay extra for that would be inappropriate, Cape Coral City Council officials said Wednesday. more »»

CCPD Top 5 finalist for 'DNA Hit of the Year'

April 21, 2017 The Cape Coral Police Department will be recognized as a Top 5 finalist at a global convention in Austria for "DNA Hit of the Year," for the work done in solving a 26-year-old cold case. more »»

Cardboard Boat Regatta: Fun on the water at Four Freedoms Saturday

April 21, 2017 By JIM LINETTE For months, boating enthusiasts have been busy constructing boats to race in Saturday's Cardboard Boat Regatta at Four Freedoms Park in Cape Coral. more »»

Cape Christian Church to celebrate 30 years

April 21, 2017 In honor of its 30th anniversary, a Cape Coral church will host a carnival for the community. Cape Christian will kick off its 30th Anniversary Celebration today from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. more »»

Rare smalltooth sawfish caught on Sanibel

April 21, 2017 A donated tagging expedition raffle prize turned into an experience a local shark researcher will never forget. more »»

School Authority also set to meet today

April 21, 2017 With an interim superintendent and an agreement to begin to work together, the chairperson of the Cape Coral Charter School Authority hopes Monday’s meeting with the Cape Coral City Council — of ... more »»

German American Club to host International Night

April 21, 2017 A festival celebrating a mix nationalities, including American, is set for this weekend. more »»

Alleged computer chats with teen result in North Fort Myers man's arrest

April 21, 2017 A North Fort Myers man was arrested Thursday after he sent inappropriate chat messages and naked pictures of himself to a teen in Tennessee, state officials said Frida. more »»

Autism Acceptance Day event Saturday

April 21, 2017 A weekend event is planned in recognition of April as National Autism Awareness Month. Hosted by the Lee County School District's Exceptional Student Education Department and Family Initiative Inc. more »»

Two rescued by Coast Guard after plane goes down

April 20, 2017 YANKEETOWN, Fla. — The Coast Guard rescued two people Wednesday after their plane crashed in the water near Yankeetown. more »»

Traffic stop results in drug, weapon possession charge

April 19, 2017 A traffic stop for speeding resulted in the arrest of the driver on a drug and weapon possession charge Tuesday night. more »»

Watering restrictions go into effect Friday

April 18, 2017 Cape Coral property owners have two more days to comply with the city's one-day-a-week irrigation mandate that goes into effect on Friday. more »»

Councilmember Cosden to host 'live' online chat

April 18, 2017 Cape Coral Councilmember Jessica Cosden will host another “live” online chat on Tuesday, April 25. The chat will begin at 5 p.m. and is scheduled for 90 minutes. more »»

Cleaning up the Cape

April 18, 2017 The public can lend a hand this weekend to help make the city a little cleaner for Earth Da. more »»

Congressman Rooney reassures Realtors on flood insurance renewal

April 18, 2017 With the National Flood Insurance Program set for reauthorization in September, District 19 Congressman Francis Rooney said he would be sure Florida got a better deal. more »»

Council OKs addition to PDP for A-1 Shelters Self Storage

April 18, 2017 City Council approved an addition to an existing Planned Development Project at Monday night's meeting, allowing the A-1 Shelters Self Storage facility at 2555 Pine Island Road to connect 6. more »»

Local groups lobby in Tallahassee

April 18, 2017 Last week marked a step forward for a water quality initiative. Sen. Rob Bradley and Sen. Joe Negron’s SB 10 passed the Florida Senate in a 36-3 vote and has moved on to the House. more »»

‘Invasive’ tiger shrimp caught by Bokeelia fisherman

April 18, 2017 A Bokeelia shrimp fisherman, Steve Poppell, caught a foot-long Asian tiger shrimp in Lee County waters last Tuesday. Asian tiger shrimp are an invasive species in Florida waters. more »»

Two remain hospitalized following Thursday crash

April 18, 2017 Two people remained hospitalized on Tuesday following a serious traffic crash last week. Sabrina Lee Gravitt, 59, 416 N.W. Fourth St. more »»

Lee County Bar Association to host Law in the Mall on Saturday, April 29

April 18, 2017 To kick off Law Week, the Lee County Bar Association invites the public to attend Law in the Mall on Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Edison Mall in the Dillard’s Courtyard. more »»



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