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Hoffman Group boosts efforts at Cape Harbour

April 24, 2015 Cape Harbour Marina continues to expand its activities and food offerings as Hoffman Group Holdings, LLC works to make the Cape Coral community a year-round destinatio. more »»

International fabric company offers sewing lessons to locals

April 24, 2015 It provides materials wholesale to hotels and professional designers of high-end residences. Now, it’s going to help residents make their own dream furnishings. more »»

Homes for Heroes cuts ribbon at military museum

April 24, 2015 The hero is a soldier, sailor, fireman, police officer and teacher, among other things. more »»

Cape Chorale honors 'Mr. Barbershop’

April 24, 2015 The world of barbershop harmony singing lost a treasure on March 8, 2015 when Dick Sturgeon, 89,  passed away. more »»

Earth Day activities continue in city

April 22, 2015 Local Earth Day activities continue today as individuals, groups and organizations worldwide mark the day earmarked for  environmental protection. more »»

Teen injured while skateboarding on Embers Parkway

April 22, 2015 A teenager on a skateboard was critically injured Tuesday night after he was struck from behind by a van. more »»

Protecting children

April 22, 2015 In 2012, an estimated 3.4 million referrals involving the alleged maltreatment of approximately 6.3 million children were made to state child protective services agencies nationwid. more »»

Runner struck by truck recovering at hospital

April 22, 2015 A man was improving Wednesday at the hospital after being hit by a truck while running. James P. Rosso, 20, of 2818 N.W. more »»

Council OKs funds for road repaving

April 22, 2015 Roadway repaving could be coming to a street near you, especially for those residents in the northwest and southeast sections of Cape Coral. City Council approved spending $3. more »»

Cape residents pitch in for Trash Bash

April 22, 2015 They could be seen all over Cape Coral, picking up old soda cans, paper cups and other litter left on vacant lots and along the side of the road. more »»

Author Lisa Black addresses Friends of Pine Island Library

April 22, 2015 Approximately 35 people were at the Pine Island Elks Lodge last Wednesday to hear author Lisa Black speak at the Friends of the Pine Island Library meeting. more »»

Jacksonville woman killed in early morning crash

April 22, 2015 A woman was killed Monday morning after she rolled her vehicle in north Cape Coral. Cindy Lou Gutierrez, 51, of 1665 . more »»

‘Young Frankenstein’ coming to North Fort Myers High

April 22, 2015 The musical version of one of Mel Brooks’ funniest movies will hit the stage at North Fort Myers High School this weekend for four big shows. more »»

Shriners bringing circus back to Lee Civic Center

April 22, 2015 Get ready for a day of thrills for children of all ages as the Araba Shriner Circus returns to the Lee Civic Center on Friday, April 24, for three shows at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. more »»

Wounded Warrior Anglers gearing up for fishing tournament

April 22, 2015 Anglers will soon hit the water in Matlacha for the annual Wounded Warrior Anglers fishing tournament to raise funds to further support wounded warriors, caregivers and their children through its... more »»

Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association to hold special meeting on April 23

April 22, 2015 The Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association will hold a special membership meeting on Thursday, April 23, to discuss the Seven Islands planning and issues surrounding Cape Coral's electric... more »»

Public invited to final Bimini Basin presentation on Thursday

April 22, 2015  The design team from the University of South Florida’s School of Architecture and Community Design will return to Cape Coral on Thursday, April 23, for the final community presentation. more »»

Southwest Florida Council of the Blind and the Southwest Florida Military Museum sponsor fundraising spaghetti dinner

April 22, 2015 This Saturday, April 25, from 4-7 p.m. at the Southwest Florida Military Museum, 4820 Leonard St. more »»

'Operation Green Light' brings in $135,000 in overdue traffic fines

April 20, 2015 The Lee County Clerk of Court’s office gave residents a one-time-only opportunity to save the 25 percent collection agency fee and restore their driving privileges. more »»

Document shredding to be offered Wednesday

April 20, 2015 For the fourth consecutive year, the Federal Trade Commission released figures showing Florida continues to lead the nation in identity theft complaints. more »»



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