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School board wrangles at workshop

May 4, 2019 The School District of Lee County School Board gathered for a workshop Friday morning to discuss their evaluations of Superintendent Dr. more »»

FGCU graduation ceremonies Saturday

May 3, 2019 Florida Gulf Coast University will award 1,957 degrees with 1,717 graduates expected to participate in commencement ceremonies at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday, May 4, in Alico Arena. more »»

Hundreds attend memorial service for Commissioner Kiker

May 3, 2019 Lee County Commissioner Larry Kiker was remembered Thursday as a man who would fight you tooth and nail over what he believed in, and then would take you out for a beer afterward. more »»

CCPD has person of interest in fatal hit and run

May 3, 2019 Cape Coral Police has reported that they have a person of interest and the possible suspect vehicle that was involved in the fatal hit-and-run traffic crash early this morning at Cape Coral Parkway,... more »»

Cape man sentenced to 10 years in prison

May 3, 2019 Cape Coral resident Donny Crecelius, 61, was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison followed by 5 years probation for intentionally driving his car into another car to hurt someone. more »»

Signs of the times: Parks master plan steps off

May 2, 2019 In the grand scheme of a $60 million dollar investment, the expenditure made this week was small, but Cape Coral voters got their first tangible taste of what is yet to come when the parks master... more »»

Bus stop ‘safe zones’ proposed

May 2, 2019 With more than $100,000 pledged, a pilot program to install permanent “safe zones” for Cape Coral students at bus stops is headed to City Council for approval Monday. more »»

League of Cities veto request draws fire

May 2, 2019 An organization the represents more than 400 municipalities in Florida has asked Gov. Ron DeSantis to veto legislation that would guarantee firefighters diagnosed with cancer insurance and benefits. more »»

Support fallen officers and their families by registering for Cape Cops 5K

May 2, 2019 An event, which has been held in Cape Coral for 13 years, continues to bring the community and police officers together for a morning of fitness, 3. more »»

‘Excellence in Education Awards’ presented

May 2, 2019 It was a night of recognition in the field of education Monday night at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theater in Fort Myers, as 30 teachers and students were highlighted for their outstanding... more »»

Intentional crash leads to 10 years in prison

May 2, 2019 A man who seriously injured a Cape Coral woman by intentionally crashing into her car after a failed relationship was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday. more »»

School superintendent evaluation to be discussed at workshop

May 2, 2019 The Lee County School Board will discuss Superintendent Dr. Greg Adkins’ evaluation today during a 9 a.m. workshop that will determine the next steps taken. more »»

Tickets on sale for Spring Fashion Show at Military Museum

May 2, 2019 Mothers, and others, are invited to the Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library’s inaugural Spring Fashion Show this month, featuring wardrobes and entertainment by Razzle Dazzle. more »»

Volunteers needed for Letter Carriers' National #StampOutHunger food drive

May 2, 2019 The Harry Chapin Food Bank and United Way Lee are seeking volunteers to help collect, unload and sort food during the Letter Carriers' National #StampOutHunger Food Drive taking place Saturday, May... more »»

Mariner High to present 'Monty Python’s Edukational Show' this Thursday and Friday

May 1, 2019 Mariner High School will present “Monty Python’s Edukational Show," a series of skits, music and videos from the popular “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” Thursday at 7 p.m. more »»

Thousand Reef Challenge kicks off on the beach

May 1, 2019 A challenge to help clean and flourish Florida waterways kicked off last Friday at Fish-Tale Marina on Fort Myers Beach. Ocean Habitats Inc. more »»

Three teens charged with grand theft, more

May 1, 2019 Three local teenagers have been arrested and charged for their alleged involvement in the theft of a pickup truck and a firearm, and several vehicle burglaries in the northwest portion of the city. more »»

Mayor's Scholarship

May 1, 2019 A record number of Cape Coral students were recipients of the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship on Thursday, and an high amount of those recipients came from the city’s oldest high school. more »»

‘Blessings in a Backpack’

May 1, 2019 Hundreds of Southwest Florida students got to hear words of inspiration from over a dozen world-class athletes last Friday as part of a program that provides food over the weekend for students who... more »»

Concerned local fishermen meet to discuss possibilities for fish hatcheries in Southwest Florida

May 1, 2019 A group for concerned fisherman and residents in Southwest Florida met for the first time last Thursday evening to advocate for fish hatcheries in Southwest Florida. more »»

 
 

 

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